Look up your events, booking, and personal info

You can check Google Maps for details about upcoming events like flights, restaurant reservations, or car rentals. You’ll also see related info, like loyalty or savings programs you joined.

This information might appear:

  • In your search results
  • In the suggestions below the search box
  • With details about a place
  • On your map
  • On "Your places"

See info about your personal content

You can see your related personal info by searching for a place. 

  1. On your computer, open Google Maps.
  2. Search for a place.
  3. You'll see information about the place, including info about your event.

Hide your personal content

Hide a single item

  1. On your computer, open Google Maps.
  2. Search for a place. 
  3. Scroll down to the event.
  4. Next to the event you want to hide, click More More.
  5. Choose what you want to hide. You’ll see:
    • Hide this event
    • Hide this reservation
    • Hide this information

Hide all your personal content

If you don't want to see your information in Google Maps, turn off your Web & App Activity.

If you turn off Web & App Activity, the following will stop appearing in search results and on your map:

  • Your recent searches
  • Your home and work addresses
  • Info from your Google Contacts
  • Info from Gmail

Turning off Web & App Activity won't turn off:

  • Info from custom maps
  • Starred or saved places
  • Places rated or reviewed by you

See nearby events

If local events are happening nearby, they sometimes affect your travel routes or commute times. Google Maps will let you know about these events with update cards. These cards will go away when they're no longer relevant.

How Maps knows about your personal content

Information about your events and personal content comes from your Gmail and your Google Account.

  • Only you can see information about your personal content.
  • You have to be signed into Google with Web & App Activity turned on.

Learn more about creating a Google Account or Gmail address.

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