Update: Provide Feedback to Google On Map Errors

Update: I got word back yesterday (Sunday) on my requested update - but only after I re-reported it on Friday. I think the original request while logged, got lost in the “launch day” shuffle. The reply:

Hi ,

Your Google Maps problem report has been reviewed, and you were right! We’ll update the map within a month and email you when you can see the change.

Report history
Problem ID: E176-3579-9E42-682D

Your report: Not a one way street. Also geocoding is backwards.

Thanks for your help,
The Google Maps team

I’m looking forward to my house being on the right end of the street again!

—- original post 10/07/09———

There’s a new “report a problem” link available, along with some new US data, per the Lat Lon blog. Per TechCrunch:

On Google Maps, you’ll now notice a “Report A Problem” link to the bottom right of the map where you can easily let Google know if there have been changes to a particular location, destination or roads. Google says that they will confirm suggestions with other users and data sources and will be able to determine the edit within a month.

The best part, and something I don’t recall NAVTEQ and Tele Atlas offer: a check box for “e-mail me when the problem is resolved.”

Published Monday, October 26th, 2009

Written by Adena Schutzberg

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