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.
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. As they move, their location is continuously updated.
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.
Mark favorite friends: Click Add [Friend] to Favorites. Favorite friends appear at the top of the People list and are marked by a star.
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.