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Google Maps :: Google Maps Search Facilities
The following Google Search functions are available from the top left of theGoogle Maps Search Page:
Google Web Search– search the web.
Google Images – search images.
Google Videos – search videos, with SafeSearch if required.
Google News– search for news on any particular subject.
Google Shopping– search for products.
For the above Google Search facilities your search “query” is passed from a previous Google Search Box.
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The top left-hand side of the Google Maps Search Page also has a [more] link. This link gives you access to the following Google Search facilities and Google products: Google Books; Google Finance; Google Translate; Google Scholar; Google Blogs; Google YouTube; Google Calendar; Google Photos; Google Docs; Google Reader; Google Sites; and Google Groups.
The top right-hand of the Google Maps Search Page has the following Google facilities:
My Profile – if you have created any then here you will see the business previews you have written and personalized, annotated, Google Maps of your world.
Web History – view, search and manage your web search history and follow trends in your web activity.
My Account – manage your personal account settings and your 'My Products'.
Help – learn more about Google Maps.
New! (in red) – the location for a number of Google Maps Labs beta featuresthat are not yet ready for the alpha product issue. There is no guarantee given for these beta features.
Google Maps Search SearchAssist
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Google Maps :: Using Google Maps Search Facilities
You can use standard Google Web Search conventions with Google Maps. For more information, see Google Search.
Google Maps also has Google Maps SearchAssist.
In addition there are a number of Google Maps Search conventions that are available from the search box that allow you to search for different kinds of places. Some options available from the Google Maps Search box are:
Town or village – try your local town or village. You will be given worldwide alternatives in a search drop-down Search Assist box. Just press [Return] or choose the option you require to obtain a road map. The defaults are the road map and a location in your default IP address location (unless you have switched off the Country Redirection with '/ncr', when the USA location is the default).
City – try a city that interests you. The same defaults apply as for towns and villages
State – shows a map of the entire state.
Province – as above.
Country – as above.
Continent – shows a subset of a world map with the continent you require at the centre.
Address – try your own address. If Google Maps cannot find your address then it will offer you the option to get a map of your town.
Roads and intersections – not very efficient outside of the USA.
Geographic feature – this must be a specific named feature such as 'Cheddar Gorge, UK' rather than a generalized geographic feature such as 'karst'.
Co-ordinates – specify the latitude and longitude as in +43 22 24. -103 33 55 (note that it is not necessary to put the degree and minute signs and that a full stop between the longitude and latitude can be put in or left out), Google Maps Search interprets this format as co-ordinates and either expands the co-ordinates and / or supplies a map with the co-ordinate location in the centre.