Attributes are the descriptive features that pop up on a business’s card when you search for it in Maps. They include things such as “Free Wi-Fi,” “Outdoor Seating,” or “Kosher Food.” Google has augmented the list several times, such as when it added an of accessibility attributes to help those who used wheelchairs. The new feature follows in the footsteps of the LGBT-friendly attribute, introduced last year just in time for Pride. A Google spokesperson told Reuters: We strive to organize the world’s information in a way that is inclusive of all people. We’ve added the women-led attribute to empower women-led businesses to succeed online and help people find places to visit using Google Maps and Search. Get the full story at The Next Web