Minecraft has a huge planet and the virtual space extends forever in every direction. To find your location, you will need a locator map. And also protects young players from wandering. If you have created the world using the flat type then you do not need a map. By using a map you can create small madness to track anywhere for a huge distance. As you will never go too far from home or fall from the edge, so there are only 256 x 256 blocks.
Steps to map
Follow the steps below to create an empty locator map. If you want to create a map without geolocation, skip step 6.
Step 1: Open the furnace and add iron ore (top class) and fuel (bottom square). In our example shown below, we use charcoal as fuel.
Step 2: The furnace automatically manufactures iron bars until your iron ore or fuel is depleted, or you exit the furnace. To complete, drag the iron bars down your list.
Step 3: Open the crafting table and add four iron bars and a stack of redstone dust. The crafting table automatically creates a compass.
Step 4: Drag the compass down into your inventory.
Step 5: With the crafting table still open, draw three heaps of three cane into the bottom squares as shown below. Each sugarcane stack makes three sheets of paper, which means that you will draw a stack of paper three times in your list.
Step 6: With the crafting table still open, select the compass in your inventory and drag it to the center square. Fill all other sections with a sheet of paper, as shown below (eight total).
Step 7: To finish, drag the newly empty locator map to your list or hotbar.
How to fill the map?
Miracle, after creating a map, the map has to be filled in and it works exactly as RPG hides undefined areas. Clouds pull the veil back as you move.
Step 1: Open your inventory and drag the empty locator map that you created into the hotbar.
Step 2: Select the map and do the following to see it:
Console: press left trigger
PC: Press the right-click button on your mouse
Mobile: Tap and hold on the screen
Step 3: Travel in your Minecraft realm to fill the map.