To keep your business information on Google accurate and up to date, you can edit your Business Profile on Google. To help potential customers find you and learn more about your business, you can change information like your address, hours, contact info, and photos.
You can also edit your information before you verify your business. The changes can include the name, category, address, hours, phone number, and website. After approval, these changes can be published before the business is verified on Google Search and Maps. Some users may still need to verify their business first before editing their information.
Edit your business info with the Google My Business app
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google My Business app.
- If you have multiple locations, open the location you’d like to update.
- Tap Info, then the info you want to change.
- Or to find other info, tap View all.
- After each change you make, tap Apply.
Edit your Business Profile on Google Maps
If you’re an owner or manager of a business who have one or more verified listings, you can edit your info directly from your Business Profile on the Google Maps app.
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Maps app .
- Make sure you're logged in with the account you used to sign up for Google My Business.
- To open your Business Profile, in the top right, tap Account Circle Your Business Profile.
- Click Edit profile and choose from the available options.
You can see your edits on your Business Profile immediately.
Fix someone else’s local business
If someone else's business is missing from Google Maps, you can add a missing place.
Edit your Business Profile on Google Search
To edit your profile directly on Google Search:
- Sign in to the Google Account you used to sign up for Google My Business.
- To find your Business Profile, search on Google for your exact business name. In English only, you can also search for “my business.”
- If needed, to update your Business Profile, select View profile.
- In the menu above the search results, choose Edit profile.
- For managing 10 or more locations of the same business: You can upload and edit business information in bulk.
- Closed or moved businesses: Learn more about how to mark your business as permanently closed.
- Report a problem with someone else’s business: To report the issue, use Google Maps.
The following are some helpful tips for the types of information you can add or edit on your Business Profile:
Choose the category that best matches your business. All locations of a business must share a Primary category. Choose a category that's as specific as possible, and representative of your main business. If you enter several categories, the category entered in the first field will be your primary category.
You can choose up to 9 more categories. If you have trouble choosing a category for your business, choose one that’s general. Keep in mind:
- Do not use categories solely as keywords or to describe attributes of your business.
- Do not use categories that match other nearby or related businesses, such as a business that’s located inside your business’s physical location, or an entity that contains your business.
Learn more about business categories.
Enter the complete and exact address for your business location. Learn more about address entry guidelines. If you don't serve customers at your business address, leave the address field blank.
If you change your address after you request a verification letter, you have to verify your business again.
If your business serves customers within a specific local area, enter your service area. Listing your service area helps customers know where you'll go to visit or deliver to them.
You can set your service area based on the cities, postal codes, or other areas that you serve. Learn about how to set your service area.
Add the hours your business is open (i.e. the regular customer-facing hours of operation for a typical week). For days when you have unusual hours, like holidays or special events, set Special hours. Learn more about hours guidelines.
To set hours, follow these steps:
- Sign in to Google My Business. If you have multiple locations, open the location you'd like to manage.
- Click Info from the menu.
- Next to "Add hours" or your current business hours, click Hours .
- Turn on each day of the week that your business is open.
- Next to each day of the week that your business is open, click Opens at, and then select the opening time.
- Next to each day of the week that your business is open, click Closes at, and then select the closing time.
- After you’re done setting your hours, click Apply.
Changes to hours creates updates on your Business Profile
After you update your hours or reopen your business, customers who visit your Business Profile will find a message that confirms your recent update. The update also creates a post that confirms you made an hours change. This post shows up on the Updates tab of your profile on mobile devices. You can edit the post to give more information about your updated hours. To remove the hours update message and the post, delete the associated post from Google My Business.
Set business hour breaks
To indicate your business hours include a break, create 2 entries for the same day with different times.
For example, if your business is open from 9 AM–2 PM on Saturdays, closed from 2 PM–5 PM, then open again from 5 PM–10 PM:
- Turn on Saturday.
- Next to "Saturday," click Opens at 9:00 AM.
- Next to "Saturday, click Closes at 2:00 PM.
- Next to "Saturday," click Opens at 5:00 PM.
Next to "Saturday, click Closes at 10:00 PM.
Set 24-hour business hours
Next to each day of the week that your business is open, click Opens at 24 hours.
Set Special hours
To change your hours for holidays or other temporary periods, follow these steps.
Set More hours
To change your hours for specific features and services your business offers, follow these steps.
Enter your business’s website. Make sure that:
- Googlebot isn't blocked on your site.
- You've checked Search Console for any possible penalties to your site
Depending on your business category, you may see options to add additional links, like online orders, reservations, and appointments.
To add a website to your listing, follow the steps below:
- Sign in to Google My Business.
- If you have multiple locations, open the location you'd like to manage. Click Info from the menu.
- Next to "Add URL," click Website .
- Enter your URLs in the appropriate fields. Note: If you add a menu, it must meet the Google My Business menu URL guidelines to be eligible to appear in your listing.
- Click Apply.
Attributes tell customers more about your business (e.g. "Has Wi-Fi,” "Offers outdoor seating," etc.). You can edit certain factual attributes (like outdoor seating), while subjective attributes (like whether your business is popular with locals) rely on the opinions of Google users who have visited your business.
To add or remove attributes available for your business category, click Attributes .
Tip: If you own or manage a healthcare profile, you can edit the following information in Attributes :
- Inform customers whether your business offers online care.
- Provide customers with a direct method to schedule and receive online care.
- Edit your gender information.
Enter a brief description of your business: What you offer, what sets you apart, your history, or anything else that's helpful for customers to know. Focus primarily on details about your business instead of details about promotions, prices, or sales. Do not include URLs or HTML code, or exceed 750 characters in the description field. For the full list of guidelines, read business description guidelines.
Example: We're an independent ice cream shop located steps from the center of town, and are proud to be the favorite for locals to meet friends for a cone or call for a fresh pizza, delivered straight to their home. We serve 35 flavors of homemade, hand-churned ice creams and sorbets year-round, and the pizza oven turns out New York-style pies every day from midday until close. Come see us today!
Add an opening date to your Business Profile to tell customers when your business first opened, or will open, at its address.
Only the year and month of your opening date are required. You can enter a date up to one year in the future, but it won't show on Google until 90 days before the date.
Use the Menu and Services Editor to keep your menu items or services, along with their prices, accurate. Organize your menu by grouping items or services into sections. When customers find your Business Profile on Google Maps on their mobile devices, they'll see your items under either "Menu" or "Services" because those are available only on mobile apps.
This feature is available to food and drink, health and beauty, and services businesses. All businesses in these categories and have existing third-party menus will have access to the Menu or Services Editor.
Also, businesses using structured menus or service lists provided by third-party sources will see empty menu or service editors in their Google My Business dashboard. If there are third-party menu sources, any changes to the Menu, Services, or Product Editor will delete them.
Note: The Menu and Services Editor won’t affect the use of the Popular Dishes features.
To check if your menu or services lists are provided by a third-party:
- On your mobile device, open Google Maps .
- In the search bar, enter your business’ name.
- To confirm if you have a menu or services list, in your Business Profile, tap Menu.
- On your computer, sign in to Google My Business.
- If you have multiple listings, open the location you’d like to manage.
- In the menu on the left, click Info.
If the “Menu” or “Services” sections are empty, your current live menu or services list is provided by third-party sources. If there are any changes to the Menu, Services or Product Editor, these lists will be overwritten.
Any check-in and check-out times entered by the business will be viewable on their Business Profile.
To ensure that hotel listings are accurate, Google also collects check-in and check-out information from a variety of trusted sources (e.g. user reports and licensed content). Business owners can choose whether or not to automatically accept these updates.