On the off chance that you’ve at any point endeavored to settle on a place to eat, you know how tedious it very well may be. In case you’re not endeavoring to describe every single eatery, you’re sending a surge of connections. Google is making that less difficult starting now and into the foreseeable future. As guaranteed back in May, it’s revealing a Group Planning feature on Google Maps for Android and iOS that causes you to organize occasions with companions.
When you’ve discovered spots to go, you just need to press and hold to add it to a waitlist that stays on-screen as you discover places. Once you’re satisfied, you can both offer the whole rundown on messaging service and vote on the decisions from Maps itself.
The component begins revealing this week, so don’t be amazed on the off chance that you don’t approach it immediately. It could be justified regardless of the pause, however. Gathering Planning was a standout amongst the most useful increments to Maps that we saw at Google I/O this year – it’s tending to a standout amongst the most widely recognized issues with evenings out in a basic, clear manner.
Group Planning feature on Google Maps makes it easier for friends to decide a place to hang out without the fuss of back and forth texting. This feature has made Google the core element to group hangouts and is making sure to pave way for the application to be a social app, as much as it is a navigation app.
It is interesting to note that the latest feature comes more than a year after Google added another notable social feature to Google Maps, when it rolled out a tool that lets you create lists of places and share them with friends — who can elect to “follow” all your favorite locations, such as pubs or parks.
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