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How Do You Feed A Secondary Address Field Descriptor Like Mall Name To Feed "Located In" Feature

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 I am trying to find out how I can added a secondary address field descriptor like mall / shopping center name to my bulk feeds within GMB and have it populate the "located in" feature.  I have seen this feature for Starbucks locations and know it was released about a year and half ago.  

Starbucks_-_Google_Maps.png"Located In" Feature

I've contacted GMB support several times and continue to get the following answer:  "update address 1 field with the name of the mall / shopping center, then the mall name should appear first when someone is search said location."  This doesn't feel correct to me, so I wanted to see if anyone has experience or a possible recommendation on how I can get this activated for an account.  The account has multiple locations, which are businesses w/in a business location.   

How Do You Feed A Secondary Address Field Descriptor Like Mall Name To Feed "Located In" Feature

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Have you determined how to activate this feature? This is something I am looking into as well and have not been able to figure it out. 

How Do You Feed A Secondary Address Field Descriptor Like Mall Name To Feed "Located In" Feature

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Hi

 

I think the red item is added by Google.

 

If you click on suggest an edit I do not think it will show in the address you could edit, of course do not.

 

From memory there is a fature for contained businesses like yours ? 'Bakers inside Morrisons'.

 

There should be help in the bulk upload feature or an example in the downloaded spread sheet.

 

Sorry I cannot be more helpful.

 

Andrew.