New Changes to Earth Pro2 Recommended Answers
Hello Google Earth Pro user,
We wanted to inform you that the Terms of Service (TOS) for Google Earth Pro are being updated. Customers with active licenses will continue to be governed by the current GEP terms until the end of your active license term. After such date, your continued use of GEP will be subject to the newly updated Google Earth TOS, with “Google” in the TOS referring to “Google Ireland Limited” for EMEA customers and “Google Asia Pacific Pte Ltd” for APAC customers. For more details, please refer to the email below that was sent in June 2015.
We will continue to offer you technical support through the remainder of your current GEP license term. Afterwards, support will be offered via this Google Maps forum, a user-to-user help platform.
Can I continue to use my License Key?
Existing Earth Pro keys will not expire and will continue to work for free, even after your existing license term is over. While new Earth Pro keys are no longer being generated, you can instead use your email address and the key GEPFREE to sign in once you download the software here.
Earth Pro Product Changes:
The following three layers and Parcel (APN) Search feature will be removed from Google Earth Pro on January 29, 2016:
U.S. Parcels Data
U.S. Daily Traffic Counts
Parcel functionality was powered by Google Maps Engine which is being deprecated on January 29. As an alternative, Google Maps shows parcel boundaries for many areas if you zoom into the cartographic basemap. The lines are faint, so zoom in and look carefully. Note that the parcel data coverage may not be the same as what was in Google Earth, and you can’t search for a parcel APN.
These parcel boundaries can also be viewed using the Google Maps API which allows you to style the lines to make them more prominent. The style wizard can help create a new style which can be used in some simple Maps API code. Here is some sample code and a link to the demo.
Some community members might have badges that indicate their identity or level of participation in a community.
Member levels indicate a user's level of participation in a forum. The greater the participation, the higher the level. Everyone starts at level 1 and can rise to level 10. These activities can increase your level in a forum:
- Post an answer.
- Having your answer selected as the best answer.
- Having your post rated as helpful.
- Vote up a post.
- Correctly mark a topic or post as abuse.
Having a post marked and removed as abuse will slow a user's advance in levels.
View profile in forum?
To view this member's profile, you need to leave the current Help page.
Report abuse in forum?
This comment originated in the Google Product Forum. To report abuse, you need to leave the current Help page.
Reply in forum?
This comment originated in the Google Product Forum. To reply, you need to leave the current Help page.