Vidac's sister lost her Samsung Galaxy Tablet. How can she find it? Leo says that she can go to Google.com/dashboard and she may be able to see where it is under location information. She could also look at her Google Maps timeline if she has it and it's on (it is by default). She can at least narrow it down. Google also has a Find My Device page... Google.com/android/find
Kenny wants to know how he can export his Google Maps searches. Leo says he can go to Google.com/Dashboard to see all of the data that Google has collected on him. He can then export the Maps data, along with any other data he wants, at Google.com/Takeout. He should make sure to export it as a KML file for his GPS location history. He can also export his saved places, but he'll have to convert that, since Google puts it in a GeoJSON format.
Jeff has an iPhone 4 and wants to know if there's an app that will map his travels through his GPS. Leo says that Glympse is a great app that does that if he wants people to know when he's going to arrive. Google does it natively at Google.com/dashboard under Location History, but he'd have to enable it in Google Maps.