Locate a friend in Find My on Mac
After you start following a friend, you can see and label their locations, contact them through Messages, FaceTime or email, and get directions to where they are.
Ask Siri. Say something like: “Where’s John Bishop?” or “Who’s nearby?” Learn how to ask Siri.
In the Find My app on your Mac, click People.
In the People list, select a name.
If your friend can be located: They appear on a map so you can see where they are.
If your friend can’t be located: You see “No location found” below their name.
If you aren’t following your friend: You see “Can see your location” below their name. Ask to follow a friend to see their location.
Click the Info button on the map, then do any of the following:
Label a friend’s location: Click Edit Location Name, then select an option (such as Home or Gym) or click Add Custom Label, enter a name, then press Return.
The label appears below your friend’s name instead of the location information.
Ask Siri. Say something like: “Is John at work?” Learn how to ask Siri.
Contact a friend: Click Contact, then choose an option.
Note: You can also Control-click a name in the People list then choose Show Contact Card.
Get directions to a friend’s location: Click Directions.
Note: You can also Control-click a name in the People list then choose Directions.
The Maps app opens with the directions from your location to your friend’s location. See Get directions in Maps.
Set up notifications: See Set location notifications for friends.