With Google Photos, you can relive a day through your Maps timeline

Since 2015, Google has offered a timeline feature through Maps that allows you to track where you were on a particular day in the past. Despite being released around the same time, Google Photos is only now starting to take advantage of that functionality. With the latest version of the app, you will find a new way to see all the photos you have taken on a particular day.

You can access the feature that was noticed by Android police, by tapping the search icon, then the “Your Card” icon at the top of the interface – this is also a good opportunity to get to know the app’s new three-tab design. When you visit this section of Photos for the first time, a popup will ask you to visit a support page with information about how Google built your location timeline. The company notes that a photo may contain geolocation information if your phone or camera saved that information when you took it, or if you manually tagged a photo through the app. If an image is not geotagged, its location may have been estimated by Google based on any featured landmarks.