Drop the icon when you’ve found the perfect spot and you’ll see the map imagery replaced by real-life 360-degree photography shot from ground level.
Alternatively the search results also contain a Street View section on the right that allows you to jump right in.
By default, Street View automatically shows the most recent imagery.
In the top left corner it’ll tell you the date it was captured by Google. If you also see a clock icon next to this date it means you’re in luck… you can view images from previous Google Street Mobile took the old picture.
Once you’ve clicked on the clock, you’ll a see a drop-down timeline which lets you cycle through the previous imagery, in some cases dating back to around 2007 when Google began its Street View project.
You’ll see the older images in the thumbnail. Clicking them will transport you into the full Street View experience.
Once you’ve opened the older Street View maps full screen, you can navigate around the location just as you would with current imagery.
That means you can drag the cursor around the screen to rotate your view, move and double-click the arrows to travel along the streets or get close-up views of buildings.
In some cases you can see how the area changes depending on the seasons.
Almost main street, Google Street View start from main Jakarta Streets. A few timeline have photos since 2013.
But the other area start from 2015.
Main street have 3-5 timeline. Example 2013, 2015, 2x 2017, 2018.