How to Find and Manage Your Google Reviews

Reviews are a great way to get a feel for a place before you visit, and to let others know about your experience. Google makes this even easier by integrating user reviews with Google Maps. Sometimes though, experiences change and you may want to edit your original review. You might even consider removing your review entirely.

You’ll need to be signed into your Google account to view or manage your own reviews. This tutorial assumes you are signed in, but if not simply sign into your account when prompted.

How do I See my Google Reviews?

You can see your Google reviews in the contributions section of the Google Maps app on mobile or at on your desktop computer. Below, we show you how to get there on both mobile and desktop.


Open the Google Maps app and tap Contribute at the bottom.

Google Maps Mobile App Contribute Button

Tap View your profile below your name.

Google Maps Mobile App View Your Profile on Contribute Screen

Your past reviews will appear in a list on the following screen.


Open in your web browser and click the Menu icon (Google Maps Hamburger Icon) at the upper left.

Google Maps Menu Icon

Click Your contributions near the bottom of the menu that appears.

Google Maps Your Contributions

Finally, click the Reviews tab. Here is where you’ll find all of your previous reviews.

Google Maps My Reviews Button

How do I Edit or Delete my Reviews?

Continuing from the steps above, simply tap the 3 dots next to any of your reviews and select Edit review or Delete review.


Google Maps Mobile App Edit or Delete Review


Google Maps Edit or Delete Review

4 thoughts on “How to Find and Manage Your Google Reviews”

  1. The instructions are wonderful and clear here but contextually, I’m pissed I can’t see the review I wrote unless I download the googlemaps app. If I was able to write it from a mobile browser and see everyone else’s reviews from a mobile browser, I should be able to also see my own review from the mobile browser too. Wtf. I don’t have unlimited space for apps, I cannot download an app for every little thing. Google COULD change it to be accessible, but they won’t, bc it’s intentional. So f em

    • It’s kind of like our vision/sight. We can see other people with our eyes, we can see our body parts with our own eyes, but we can’t have an objective view of ourself without an app ( camera, mirror).


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