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Timeline exporter

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Google maps timeline exporter

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Description from store Download, filter and analyze your Google Maps Timeline data. This Chrome extension enables generating mileage and time sheet reports / exports. Source: https://github.com/reinzor/timeline-exporter

Latest reviews

  • (2022-05-05) Adel de la Llave: This is just awesome. Not sure anyone knows, but this is super useful in legal matters. Being able to export a timeline and your location as proof of location for evidence is just great! Thanks for everything!
  • (2022-03-07) Alex Vasiljevic: Just found this app after searching and trying different options for weeks and so far love it. Been looking for a while for a simple solution like this to track mileage for how often I visit a site and this seems to work great.
  • (2021-12-13) Silas Miller: I've been looking for a tool like this forever! The one thing I'd add is the ability to set the date range before it starts trying to pull information. Due to the API issues I'm limiting my requests to 6months or less but it's hard to get the dates set before it tries to pull data and gets hung. Regardless thanks for making this awesome tool!
  • (2021-10-12) Ze'ev: Fantastic! Great work!
  • (2021-08-20) Ory Zaidenvorm: Great extension closing a gap in the Google timeline interface. In theory Google should let us do this kind of stuff but they don't so very happy to have found this extension that allows me to search a date range and a place to figure out when I went there and for how long. Cheers! Issues: - When Auto fetch data is turned off, it still fetches data when switching between options at the top (Day/Week/Month/Range) - Date format not using system setting (displaying in mm/dd/yyyy but I'm in Australia so was expecting dd/mm/yyyy) Potential improvements: - Add filters to table
  • (2021-08-19) Caner Balyemezler: no information on how to use the extension. needs a lot more documentation.
  • (2021-07-18) Todd Curry: Great extension. Super useful. It did have trouble loading 1 year worth of data. I had to reload many times and deal with googles captcha thing a few times too. It did finally work though.
  • (2021-07-07) Aaron Woods: Love this, I legit spent hours trying to teach myself python, and using tableau too, to get a similar effect, only to discover there exist this chrome extensin that does exactly what i want! Only suggestion for imporvement would be if you can make a google calendar import friendly version of the CSV so that I can upload the events onto my calendar!
  • (2021-05-12) Brandon Andrews: Super useful! Saved me a ton of time. Good job on the extension!
  • (2021-04-18) Andrew Voirol: It was great, but didn't quite meet my needs. I want to find a way to discover how long I spent at location. Not the travel time spent, though I see tremendous value in the extension! Also perhaps the ability to upload the .JSON file and then choose the calculations would be interesting.
  • (2021-04-14) Kelly Pais: Would be awesome if you somehow you could use this tool to format and analyze Google takeout timeline data, I can't seem to put in a range bigger than a few months without it crashing. Great tool all together.
  • (2021-04-08) John Grootveld: Hi Rein, thanks a lot for this nice tool. Have been looking for ages for something like this. Very useful already. Little question. In the csv export, the duration is presented as a number. Would it be possible to convert that number to hr:min:sec.?
  • (2021-04-04) Josh Wimpey: Like the extension but it looks like the FULL version is no longer available. Can you let us know when it is back up and running?
  • (2021-04-03) Kris: Is there something I am missing. When I download it it still shows kilometers when I choose miles. It shows on the screen in miles.
  • (2021-03-22) Sam Lewis: This is fantastic and easy to use. However after a few searches I get a repeated 429 error, which appears to be an API rate limit issue. This could be improved if we could upload the JSON from Google Takeout and perform the same analysis without having to make all of the API calls.
  • (2021-03-17) Ron DesGroseilliers: It worked well at first and let me download 2 instances of data. After that, I kept getting "Failed to fetch timeline data: Error: Request failed with status code 429" message. I closed Chrome and then relaunch it. I was signed into my Google account. Anything else I need to do?
  • (2021-03-14) Brad Banister: Tool worked great to figure out how much time I was at work. Exported to CSV and did further data analysis in excel (yes someday I will learn Python). One improvement would be if the exported time stamps were in the local time zone, or an offset option for the download (eg I would use -8 hrs from GMT). Thanks for a great tool.
  • (2021-03-10) ALBH Admin: Expand on the ability to filter and breakdown data. Miles as an option.
  • (2021-01-20) Devon LeMaster: Really helpful tool. It's just not there yet in terms of usability. It keeps crashing on me.

Latest issues

  • (2022-05-09, v:0.0.23) HAMISH CLARKE: Location
    I am trying to access my data whilst overseas. The time stamps of my previous locations are coming up as the time in the country I am currently in. Eg. original timeline shows 6:30 am, downloads as 10:30 pm
  • (2022-04-14, v:0.0.23) Brendan Kelly: Exporter timeline data is empty
    I've added the extension and can see the timeline exported okay but when I click it the icon the timeline exporter opens the export page okay but there's no data shown (duration 0 hours) even though I can see the data on my timeline? I hope I can get it to work as I think it will be very useful. Thanks.
  • (2022-04-01, v:0.0.23) Fred Miller: Extension keeps crashing
    When I use the extension it locks up and crashes. Sometimes I get a message asking me if I am a bot. I go through that but it still crashes afterwards.
  • (2022-03-17, v:0.0.23) Alex Vasiljevic: Changing custom date range
    Currently it seems that as soon as you change a date in the custom date range it starts querying the info but it would be helpful if it allowed users to set the date range first and then hit "Search" or the reload button. What happens is if i want to search for the previous year and i select the start date first then it does a query. I have to wait for that to finish then change the end date and wait for it to re-query which sometimes causes it to lock me out. And i dont always remember to change the end date 1st.
  • (2022-01-12, v:0.0.23) M S: missing km
    hi there, ... is it possible to choose km, m, or miles ... also i've notice google maps will sometime miss label items, not bike, car nor walk i would want an option to choose 'other' so that I can use timeline to fix and account for those by re label to 'car' ...
  • (2022-01-07, v:0.0.23) William Baillargeon: Nice extension
    Thanks for doing this. I'm finding it very helpful to correlate with my journals. I have found a couple of things I've had to work around... First, when downloading a CSV of the table view in local time, the date string in timeEnd is truncated. Also, in the table view, duration appears incorrect when exported as a CSV, both with local and standard time.
  • (2021-09-23, v:0.0.23) Nat Ouellet: Not working for me
    Even if i click to prove I am not a robot... fails to load any data. Range was full year 2019.
  • (2021-08-23, v:0.0.23) Ross Parkes: Excellent extension, Android?
    Hi there, was looking for something that would extract google timeline informatiom and your extension works brilliantly on google chrome on desktop but trying to get it to work on an android browser. Yandex beta supports chrome extensions and it loads and executes but returns no data. I'm assuming it is because the Yandex connectio to google has no google account associated with it. Do you think this would be the case and if so any suggestions on how to get it to work as could be useful as another covid location tracking/reminder tool. Cheers, Ross
  • (2021-06-30, v:0.0.23) Lasse Kirk: cant get it to work .
    im log'ed in, on a crome book, bot no data shoes up :(
  • (2021-06-04, v:0.0.23) Pierluigi Cozzi: Not sure how to use this extension and Error
    I installed the extension and I'm not quite sure how to use it. Nothing seemed to happen until I clicked on the three vertical buttons and selected Also, now when I click on any of the time ranges a small window pops up and indicates "Failed to fetch Google timeline data: Network Error" thx
  • (2021-05-04, v:0.0.23) Mike Go: Could not figure out how to use
    I installed the extension in chrome browser, and was on the timeline browser window, but could not figure out how to invoke the download. The extension itself had no icon on the taskbar


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4.2 (21 votes)
Last update / version
2021-04-12 / 0.0.23
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