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E-Minute: How To Get Historical Google Images
Monday, September 18, 2017

e-minute, google images  Have you ever found yourself working one of those drawn-out files and needed to get an aerial photo of what the site used to look like, but Google has already updated? You might end up with something like the top photo.

You can retrieve historical images by downloading the Google Earth desktop app (the online version will not work). Once installed, type in your target address. Then click on the clock at the top of your screen (red circle to the right) and adjust the timeline (red arrow). With any luck, there will be several historical photos and one of them will match your needs.

And if you need an easy way to grab that image, or part of it, we'll show you an option in the next E-MINUTE! Let us show you how we can make your professional life easier on your next fire claim.

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