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What if the Discover Map does not show my current location?
What if the Discover Map does not show my current location?
Updated over a week ago

Current Location Icon

If the Discover map does not show your current location, please click the current location icon at the top right of the map. This should center the map on your current location.

Location Permissions


If the map does not move to your current location, you will need to allow location permissions within your web browser. As this is browser-specific, we recommend that you use your favorite search engine to search for "allow location permissions in [your web browser].

As an example, you can allow location permissions in Google's Chrome browser by clicking on the site settings icon at the left of the navigation bar at the top of the browser.

Then scroll to the Location Permissions, click the drop-down menu, and choose "allow".

iOS App

To enable location permission on an iPhone, you can turn on Location Services:

  1. Open Settings.

  2. Tap Privacy & Security.

  3. Tap Location Services.

  4. Ensure the on/off toggle is green, indicating that Location Services is turned on and scroll down to the HH App.

  5. Turn Precise Location on or off.

Android App

To enable location permission on an Android device, you can do the following:

  1. Open the Settings app.

  2. Tap Location under Personal.

  3. Turn Access to my location on or off at the top of the screen .

You can also use the Quick panel to enable or disable location services by swiping down on the screen and tapping the Location icon.

To see which apps have access to your device's location, you can do the following:

  1. Swipe down from the top of the screen.

  2. Touch and hold Location.

  3. Tap App permissions.

  4. Scroll down to click on the HH app.

  5. Under Allowed all the time, Allowed only while in use, and Not allowed, you can see which apps can use your device's location.

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