According to foreign media reports, it seems that Google heard the voice of Belinda Bradley, who recently announced that the company announced a campaign called Local Guides, designed to help those who move the inconvenience of the user. Last month, Bradley launched an online petition that asked Google to provide a more reliable map service for people with disabilities.
In addition to adding more friendly features to people with disabilities in the map software, Google also calls for more people to join their Local Guides community. Assuming that tens of millions of users respond to two or three requests from people with disabilities every day, they can contribute hundreds of millions of charity every day.
Users who wish to participate in this charity are required to follow these steps:
Make sure the Location History is already open
In the upper left menu to find your contribution (Your Contributions)
Mark whether you have a public facility for wheelchair users
In order to better promote the Local Guides movement, Google will also be held around the world a series of guidance activities. In addition, Mountain View City will also produce a file focus wheelchair traveler in the daily travel difficulties in the series, has launched two sets: