Note: This feature is only available in the full version of the Maps, not in the Lite version. Click on the lightning bolt icon at the bottom right to see which version you have.
Zoom in on the map to a level where you can see the starting and ending points of what you want to measure.
Right-click where you want to start measuring and select Measure Distance. A point will be added to the map.
Click the ending point. The measurement line only shows the distance in one unit (not sure whether this is based on where you’re searching or where you live), but the box that pops up at the bottom shows both.
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