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12/28/13
Original Poster
Dave Siever

Google Location History Dashboard

I know it's possible to see location history even after Google retired latitude, but is there a way you can view the dashboard? As I've been watching my miles for years and I'd like to know exactly how many miles I've traveled at least one last time hoping it's not gone forever?
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Chris Kennett
12/13/13
Chris Kennett
I was about to ask a similar thing. The dashboard seems to have disappeared from my location history page. Temporary problems or a permanent change, and can it now be found somewhere else?
R.Stuart Geiger
12/13/13
R.Stuart Geiger
Same here -- when I go to https://maps.google.com/locationhistory/b/0/dashboard I get redirected to https://maps.google.com/locationhistory/b/0 . I've been using the dashboard for a while and I love it. Is it coming back?
ehg
12/13/13
ehg
The only I can say is this:
if you go to your GoogleDashboard and then scrolling down to "Location History" you also now get the same link https://maps.google.com/locationhistory/b/0.

My problem in case I would like to escalate that issue to Goolge is: 
I unfortunately forgot about any content visible in the old "dashboard of our location history page" but not anymore visible  through the link  https://maps.google.com/locationhistory/b/0. 
Can you please remind me or give few samples of things now going lost?
Thank you
ehg
R.Stuart Geiger
12/13/13
R.Stuart Geiger
The location dashboard is/was different from the main Google dashboard. The content lost included charts of where you spent your time, how many miles you had traveled, and which countries you had visited and when. Here is a screenshot: 

ehg
12/13/13
ehg
Thanks a lot,
have forgotten about its different layout.
Now I'm escalating the thread to Google.
Greetings
ehg
Zsolt Pinter
12/14/13
Zsolt Pinter
My friend still has the dashboard, interesting. I have no idea why it disappeared. Recently there was a Google Maps update on Android, but I don't remember any other changes.
Ravyng
12/14/13
Ravyng
As mentioned in the other thread than now got locked as a duplicate of this: There has been problems with the dashboard for the last couple of months. Statistics have been frozen for days, gotten lost and then reappeared, for instance. The plane trips seem to miss some arrivals or departures even though my phone has logged its location all the while until entering the plane. And there have been complaints that the distance shown *only* shows miles if the language is set to English, and *only* shows kilometers if the language is set to anything else. Many English speakers still use kilometers. I hoped that the fact that the dashboard was down was to fix these problems.
kgx
12/15/13
kgx
+1. I'd like the dashboard back as well. I need to know what happens when I reach the moon >_<
anthony dk
12/15/13
anthony dk
Same for me! I'd like to havethe dashboard back!
I also noticed the total time spend at work/at home/elsewhere has never been accurate;
and yes, the total mileage sometimes froze (even reversed once or twice!)

I guess Google took it down temporarily to fix these ... My only concern is that my data hasn't been erased! -that I'll get it back as soon as the Dashboard is available again *pleeeease*
TheCorm
12/15/13
TheCorm
Took me ages to find anything talking about it, I really hope it comes back, Latitude going was a big pain but I was ok that at least the history and dashboard lived on.
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Ravyng
6/4/14
Ravyng
That only displays the location history itself. What we are talking about here is the Dashboard. Look at R.Stuart Geiger's message earlier in this thread for a screenshot of what we're talking about.
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