Assuming you turn on location services and location history, you can access your active timeline in Google Maps on iOS, according tomedia. The company recently updated the feature with new tags for World and Place. “With this, users can quickly access places and cities they’ve visited, and you can open views with convenient cards to see all the countries they’ve been to. “
Assuming Google Maps has access to the device’s location information, the app can track the user’s location history. Some users find this feature creepy, but the timeline also has some conveniences, such as viewing where they are on a particular date, where they go most often, and so on.
The updated iOS timeline adds three tags to IPhone users’ Google Maps: “Place,” “City, and World.” Each name is expressed very clearly by its name alone, such as clicking on “World” and popping up a list of countries the user has been to.
Of course, users retain the option to disable location services so that Google Maps can’t track their activity, and they can edit the timeline to fix any possible errors, remove a day from the timeline or delete all of their location history.