Get a Map From Your Email in Gmail

Gmail Makes Email More Efficient

Map This link in Gmail
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Want an easy way to find directions to the party? Rather than copy and pasting an address into a Google Maps search, Gmail does the work for you.

Any time Gmail detects an address in an email message, such as the address at the bottom of the About Google Newsletter, Gmail will automatically create a link to Google Maps on the upper right hand corner of the message window.

Click on the Map this link, and Google Maps will open up to that address in a separate browser window or tab, depending on your browser. Use the map to get driving directions by clicking on the to here link.