The popular Timeline feature of Google Maps is now available for iOS users around the world. Google first rolled out this feature in May 2015 and made it available to Android users then.
The timeline is a feature that keeps tracks of all the places users visited so that they have a past account of all the places they had been over the past few days. Timelines are visible to users and not to the public unlike in Facebook. Users can edit or delete location history at any time.
Users can also opt to subscribe to monthly emails that summarize all the places they’ve visited.
Sometimes you need a reminder to stop and smell the roses. So you can now receive monthly emails summarizing the cities, countries, and places you’ve visited––all in one place. To manage these email settings, open the settings tab from Your Timeline, and toggle “Timeline emails” on or off.
iPhone and iPad users can now get a daily snapshot of the places they’ve visited.