How do you get a bird's eye view on Bing Maps?


Quick Answer

To get a bird?s eye view on Bing Maps, open Bing Maps, search for the specific location, and then click the Bird?s Eye link located at the top section of the map. Bing Maps also comes with additional features for better viewing, such as the Fullscreen and Zoom options.

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How do you get a bird's eye view on Bing Maps?
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Full Answer

To search for a specific location on Bing Maps, type the name of the desired location into the search bar at the top section of the screen, and click the magnifying lens icon. Click the Bird?s Eye button, and then use the mouse to navigate through the map.

Bing Maps also provides directions from one location on the map to another. To get directions between two locations on the map, click on the Directions link located at the left-hand side of the page. The map also displays other important details for travelers, such as road networks, traffic and popular places along that particular route.

Site visitors on Bing Maps can share a particular map via email or social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, by clicking on the Share button at the top-right corner of the page. They can also print the selected map by clicking on the Print button.

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