Google heads to try out some more competing availabilities that could be incorporated into the Maps for Android on the web…….!! “Sidebar” is something that can bring ample convenient access to recently viewed places on the web.
On the web, Google Maps has a navigation rail on the left edge featuring a hamburger button. Which opens the same drawer as before and two tabs that open your list of “Saved” places and “Recents.”
At present the more convenient is how recently viewed places including locations and cities, will also appear in the sidebar. This avails you to go back to a place without having to search and sift through previous results without hassle but quickly.
However, Google Maps will group together places in the same city, and clicking one opens up a side panel list. Individual locations immediately open and take you to the full listing. This wholly created as the chat head-like manner completely flexible letting you switch between places with multitasking/switching.
Additionally, it can be clearly understood that a sidebar is better than having multiple tabs. In this regard, Google Maps on the web is testing a Recent sidebar with Google Maps open. It would be a great addition to the mobile apps on Android tablets and iPads. It’ll be applauded to use the extra screen real estate afforded by the web on laptops/desktops.
Well, at the present, the expected upgradation is not widely rolled out. Google Maps sidebar be only appears on one of our signed-in accounts. The change makes location planning on the web meaningfully better than on mobile, and it’s rather exciting to see new large-screen UI ideas from Google.