Location sharing is back in Google Maps.

Google announced the addition of “real-time location sharing” to the Android and iOS apps, coming soon to an app store near you.
The process seems pretty simple: Open the navigation drawer and press the new “Share Location” button. You’ll be able to send a sharing permission to a Google contact or send a link over a messaging app, and you’ll be able to pick how long you want to share your location for—permanently or for a set time. Anyone you share to will get a notification from Google Maps, and they’ll be able to see your location on the smartphone and Web versions of Google Maps.

There’s also a “share trip” button you can activate while navigating somewhere, so rather than sending someone an ETA, they can just see you drive around on the map.
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