A new Google Maps feature allows users to navigate the internet by using the words “campus”, “campus portal”, “infinite university”, “online university”, or “online video”.
The new search bar allows users “to search the internet using keywords like “campus” or “campus site”, or by using their location.
But Google says users will need to be logged in to use the feature.
The company has been working on the feature since the summer.
The feature is still in beta and users can find it on Google Maps by going to Settings -> Maps -> Advanced -> Advanced Search, and tapping on the search box.
If you want to try it out, Google has also released a free version of the Google Maps app for iOS and Android.
You can sign up for the free version at https://maps.google.com/maps/embed?key=0bC5D0F7X1TdQx0kZVVVZWJW1Q3c0s&callback=installer_app.google+&hl=en.
Google Maps also says that if you’ve signed up for a free Google Maps account, you’ll receive an email when the feature launches.
If not, it’s available for download from the Google Play store.
Google says the search bar will be updated with the new features “in the coming weeks”.