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Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Jul 16, 2020

Customize Google Maps

There is no denying that Google Maps has become the industry standard for mapping on both our desktop computers and mobile devices, but there are times when it doesn’t provide the best info.

Whenever you have any situation where you need to share a map with others, the ability to annotate the map or add specific text or directions is very helpful.

For those occasions, we like to use a web resource called Scribble Maps

It provides a ton of tools that will allow you to modify any Google map with icons, markers, text, freehand drawing and even images from your computer or smartphone.

It’s great for gatherings as well as documenting trips that you have taken such as an epic hike or kayaking trip complete with pictures of your adventures.

The best part is that there is no software to download and configure because it works completely in your browser and it’s free!

They even provide you with a video tutorial to help you get started at: