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Google Places Debuts New Features

If your business has multiple locations, some new Google Places features will be music to your ears.

The changes are designed to simplify the upload and management processes. With the new tools, you can:

- Edit several listings at once

- Search your listings, filtering by specific information or listings with errors

- Upload new listings with a data file, or add them individually within the interface

- Easily send feedback using a "Give Feedback" link

These two short videos show the features in action. The first video is for new users who can't make bulk uploads yet, and the second is for verified users.

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