As you all know, location services help you to get useful information based on where you have been with the devices you are signed in. Well, some of you doesn’t like to store your search and destination history as it exposes your privacy. Some Users may find hard to clear the Location Tracking History on Mac. Am here to help those users.
Listed below are the steps suggested to clear Location Tracking History on your Mac.
Step 1: Clear Location Tracking History
- On your Mac, click on Apple Logo.
- Tap on System Preferences -> Security & Privacy.
- Now click on the Lock icon and then enter your Admin Username and Password.
- Then tap on Privacy -> Location Services.
- Scroll down to see System Services (at the right panel) and tap on Details option which is next to System services.
- You will see a list of System services on the pop-up.
- Turn off System services by unchecking the option (includes Significant Locations).
- Now click on the Details option which is next to Significant Locations to see your currently stored locations.
- Finally, click on Delete History.
Step 2: Delete Google Location History
- On your browser, go to Google’s History Page.
- Tap on Maps -> Select All -> Remove all items.
Step 3: Delete Google Maps History.
- Open Google Maps and then select the menu icon inside the search bar.
- Tap on Settings ->Maps History.
- You will see a list of your recent searches and destinations.
- Tap on X next to any location.
- Finally, tap on Delete to remove your Google Maps History.
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Step 4: Delete Apple Maps History
- Open Apple Maps and then tap Favourites (find in the search bar)
- At the bottom of your screen tap on Recents followed by Clear (top left corner).
- Finally, tap on delete all to clear your recent travel history.
Hope the above steps will be helpful to you. If you know any other steps regarding this article then kindly share with me via comments below. Thank You…