How to use the Go tab

If you use Google Maps to get directions for trips you make frequently, like your daily commute, you can use the Go tab Go to get those directions quickly and show your estimated time of arrival.

Important: This feature is only available on mobile.

Pin your frequent trips

By default, the Go tab suggests several addresses to pin. These addresses come from your search history. Learn about directions and places from your history

If you pin a favorite trip, it shows up at the bottom of your screen when you tap the Go tab. 

Tip: You can only pin driving and transit trips.

  1. On your mobile device, open the Google Maps app Maps.
  2. At the bottom, tap Go Go.
  3. To get a list of suggested trips, in the bottom bar, swipe up.
  4. Find the trip you want and, on the right, tap Pin

Remove a pinned trip

  1. On your mobile device, open the Google Maps app Maps.
  2. At the bottom, tap Go Go.
  3. Tap the pinned route you want to edit.
    • Tap anywhere, except “Start” 
  4. At the bottom, tap Pinned .

Edit a trip you pinned

Edit a trip from driving to transit

  1. On your mobile device, open the Google Maps app Maps.
  2. At the bottom, tap Go Go.
  3. Tap the pinned route you want to edit.
    • Tap anywhere, except “Start.” 
  4. At the bottom, tap Pinned .
  5. At the top, tap Transit Transit.
  6. Tap the trip you want.
  7. At the bottom, tap Pin .

Edit a trip from transit to driving

  1. On your mobile device, open the Google Maps app Maps.
  2. At the bottom, tap Go Go.
  3. Tap the pinned route you want to edit.
    • Tap anywhere, except “Start” 
  4. At the bottom, tap Pinned .
  5. At the bottom, tap View more routes.
  6. At the top, tap Driving Driving.
  7. At the bottom, tap Pin .

Learn how the Go tab prioritizes trips

We prioritize and filter trips from your current location. Even if you’re far from your typical trip’s starting point, you can find your driving trips. To find your transit trips, you must be close to the initial station you used in your pinned trip.

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