AUSTINS traffic tickets are among the most popular in the country with about 25 per cent of motorists having received one.The vast majority of these are paid in the mail, which the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) says is an effective deterrent to criminals.The Department said it is not aware of any cases in which a driver has been caught after he or she was caught on a CCTV camera in a...
article Google Maps lets you search for articles and information by keyword or keyword phrase.
It’s a handy way to search, but what happens if you don?
You can search for information using any of the keywords listed in the map above.
But what if you can’t remember the keyword you’re looking for?
You don’t need to remember it.
Just use Google Map as a keyword search tool to find any article you want to find on the web.
If you have any suggestions for how to do this, or you have a Google Maps feature you’d like to see added, drop me a line.
Open Google Maps You can open Google Maps by tapping the gear icon in the top right hand corner of the Google Maps app.
Tap Search to open the search box 3.
Enter the keyword or phrase you’re searching for in the search field You’ll see a list of all the articles in the app that match your search.
Tap the link on the list to add the article to your cart 5.
If the article has a price, enter it in the price field 6.
If it has a review, select the review option from the search results 7.
If there’s a link to buy, enter the purchase option from that field If the item is a free item, you’ll see an option to purchase the item on the product page 8.
If your search is a result from the Google News app, it’ll also show a pop-up with the search result.
To remove a result that matches your search, click the trashcan icon in that same pop-ups section to remove it from the app.
To use Google maps for any other purpose, click Maps and then tap the Menu button to access the Google search options.