(your data never leaves your computer)
Head to takeout.google.com, then make a download request for your location history. Unselecting everything except the location history will make the download faster.
Once the archive is ready, download it and unzip the folder. Find the file that is called
Location History.json. This file may be named differently depending on your location and locale, but it's the one located at the root of the namesake folder.
Google Takeout lists your Google data sources and enables you to export that data. Go to takeout.google.com and log in to your Google account.
Click on the "Deselect All" button. You will only need your location data.
Scroll or look for the Location History Section. Then, click on the checkbox to select this report.
Scroll down the page and click on the "Next step" button
Choose how you want the export to be delivered (for ex: email). We recommend using the default values (export once, .zip, 2GB). Finally, click on "Create export".
You will shortly receive the archive. Navigate to export it, it should automatically download once you have confirmed your identity and logged in again.
Once downloaded, unzip the folder. Find the file that is called
Location History.json. This file may be named differently depending on your location and locale.
Files of other formats are not supported right now. Let us know if you have other data that you'd like us to handle.
Drag and drop the file here. The data is processed locally and never leaves your computer.
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