Share, download, or print your map

You can share your maps with others online, download their info for other apps, or print them out.

Share your map on social media or website

  1. On your computer, sign in to My Maps.
  2. Find the map.
  3. At the top of the thumbnail, on the right, click Share Share trip.
  4. Select how you want to share your map.
  5. Follow the onscreen instructions.

Edit access to your map

  1. On your computer, sign in to My Maps.
  2. Open a map.
  3. In the left panel, click Share Add collaborator.
    • Allow link sharing: Share your URL with specific people.
    • Make your map public: Allow anyone to find your map.
  4. Click Done or Save changes.

If you can't find or edit a shared map, make sure:

  • The map isn’t deleted.
  • You’re on the correct account.
  • You have authorization.

Download map info

  1. On your computer, sign in to My Maps.
  2. Open a map.
  3. In the left panel, click Menu More and then Export to KML/KMZ.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Download layer info

You can export individual layers to CSV, but not Maps.

  1. On your computer, sign in to My Maps.
  2. Open a map.
  3. In the left layer panel, click Menu More and then Export data and then CSV.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Print a map

  1. On your computer, sign in to My Maps.
  2. Open a map.
  3. In the left panel, click Menu More and then Print map.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Add your map to a website

  1. On your computer, sign in to My Maps.
  2. Open a map.
  3. In the left panel, click Share or Menu More and then Embed on my site.
    • Make sure the map is public.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Take credit for a map

You can take credit for a map that you share. When you have this feature turned on, your Google profile picture and user name show up on a shared or embedded map.

To take or remove credit for a map, under "Quick settings," turn Show owners name or picture on shared map on or off.

Report an impersonator

If you believe that someone created a Gmail address to impersonate your identity, you can:

  • File a report with your local law enforcement agency. In the US, you can contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center.
  • Contact your local office of consumer protection.

My Maps is unable to participate in mediations that involve third-parties regarding impersonation. Learn more about Gmail Terms of Use.

 

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