Manage locations


Microsoft Search in Bing settings are now available in the Microsoft 365 admin center. Get started by assigning search admins in your admin center.

Over time, you may need to update a location's status and content to keep it relevant.

Filter locations

Use the filter option in the upper-right corner of the Locations page to find locations by date and see who modified them. For example, set the date slider to 30 days and select an admin or editor to see the list of locations they've created or changed during that time.

Change location content

  1. Go to the Microsoft Search Admin portal

  2. In the navigation pane, click Locations

  3. To find a location, search, filter, or click a location status to narrow your results

  4. To change or update a location, click the location name

  5. Make any changes or updates to the content and preview how they'll appear

  6. Click Save

Bulk export and edit locations

Never edit data in these fields:

  • Id

  • Last Modified

  • Last Modified By

Id is a unique identifier for each location and should never be edited. The Last Modified and Last Modified By fields should only be used to sort and find locations.

  1. If you want to export a subset of your locations, filter them

  2. In the upper-right corner of the Locations page, click Export

  3. Save or open the .csv file

  4. Edit data in any of these fields:

    • Name

    • Address Line 1

    • Address Line 2

    • City

    • Address State

    • Zip Code

    • Country

    • Full Address

    • Latitude

    • Longitude

    • Keywords

    • Reserved Keywords

    • State

  5. Save the .csv file

    The .csv file should be saved as a CSV UTF-8 file, other file types and or encodings may cause import errors

  6. In the upper-right corner of the Locations page, click Import

  7. In the Import locations pane, click Browse and select the edited .csv file

  8. Click Import