Find a friends iphone location
Set up the Find My app and turn on Find My [device] to get started. Then turn on Share My Location. Location sharing isn't supported in South Korea and might be unavailable in other regions due to local laws. With the Find My Friends app on iCloud. If you don't want your friends to see your location in Find My Friends, you can stop sharing from the app on your iOS device or on iCloud.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: iOS Quick Tip: Find My Friends on iPhone & iPad
- Use the new Find My app to hunt down your friends and your iPhone
- Set up and use Find My Friends
- Find friends and share your location with Find My
- Add or remove friends in Find My on Mac
- Where has Find My Friends gone in iOS 13 and how do I track my friends?
- Find My Friends helps you locate your friends and family in iOS
Use the new Find My app to hunt down your friends and your iPhone
Use the Find My app to see the locations of your friends. Ask to follow a friend to see their location. Ask Siri. Tap Contact and choose how you want to contact your friend. See Add and use contact information on iPhone. See Follow turn-by-turn directions in Maps on iPhone. To remove a friend from your Favorites, swipe left and tap the star, or tap the friend, then tap Remove [ name ] from Favorites. See the location of a friend In the People list, tap the person you want to locate.
If your friend can be located: They appear on a map so you can see where they are. You can also ask Siri to locate a friend who has shared their location with you. Contact a friend In the People list, tap the name of the person you want to contact. In the People list, tap the name of the person you want to get directions to. Tap Directions to open Maps. In the People list, tap the name of the person you want to set a location label for. Tap Edit Location Name, then select a label.
To add a new label, tap Add Custom Label, enter a name, then tap Done. Mark favorite friends Favorite friends appear at the top of the People list and are marked by a star.
In the People list, find the person you want to mark as a favorite. Do one of the following: Tap the name of the person, then tap Add [ name ] to Favorites.
Set up and use Find My Friends
If you use the Find My Friends app, you will have noticed the orange icon with the two people side-by-side has vanished from your home screen. Both are now within a new app called 'Find My'. The Find My app has a grey background with a green circle and the blue location circle in the centre.
Use the Find My app to see the locations of your friends. Ask to follow a friend to see their location. Ask Siri. Tap Contact and choose how you want to contact your friend. See Add and use contact information on iPhone.
Find friends and share your location with Find My
Apple designed Find My Friends in as a means for better-connecting with friends and family. It's pretty useful for scenarios when you need to keep tabs at an amusement park or to get a live ETA when your buddy is coming to pick you up from the airport. You can even share your location with others so they can track your whereabouts as you go about your day. Sure, you need consent from both parties before sharing a location, but what if I were to enable Find My Friends on someone else's iPhone, then share their location to my iPhone without them knowing? I decided to try it out, and not only was it incredibly easy, it was also fairly incognito—once turned on, the person you're tracking never receives a notification or alert of any kind. Even if the other person decides to open Find My Friends—which most people bury in a folder anyways—it's not very apparent that they're being tracked. It simply shows that you're a follower and not a stalker. Once set up, you can monitor every movement of the person you're spying on. Not only that, but you can even set reminders for when they leave or arrive a certain location, if you want to be especially intrusive. So whether you want to keep tabs on your kids or know exactly where your significant other goes after work, I'm going to show you how to track someone's location without them knowing.
Add or remove friends in Find My on Mac
In iOS 13 or later, you can use the Find My app to share your location with friends and family members. You can also share locations on iCloud. You can also choose Add Custom Label to create your own name for your location. Just enter a name and select Done.
Where has Find My Friends gone in iOS 13 and how do I track my friends?
Find My Friends helps you locate your friends and family in iOS