Yes, you can add a Google interactive map to your web form. In the Form Editor, you will find the Google map field in the Other fields section.
Drag and drop it on the form and head over to the left-side panel to customize the map.
To use the Google map field, you will first need to create a Google API Key. Keep in mind that Google’s Map service will require you to set up a billing account for the API usage. You can check their pricing system here. For more information about your Google API Key, read this guide.
In the Default Map field, type in the address of a location and you will be able to see the changes on the map instantly. A marker will be displayed on the map. The Google map is interactive only in preview/view mode.
By default, the map is set as interactive, meaning that users can navigate through the map and also view the map in satellite mode. You can also adjust the zoom level and set it between 1-22 pixels.
If you don’t require the Google interactive map, but a static Google map, return to its Edit panel and uncheck the option Interactive.