Written on November 11, 2009 at 11:06 am, by Angie Ryan
This doesn't seem to work in the case where one of the trips to be merged is a shared trip (eg. was created by a co-traveller and shared). I have a situation where my wife booked the flights and I booked the accommodation. We both shared our part of the booking with the other on TripIt, but the merge option isn't available on the shared trip.
I had two flights the same day. first one coming home from vacation and then in the evening flying out for business. tripit merged the two automatically and i don't like it. how can i unmerge?
Agree with Marcelo, plans within a trip which concern different cities should count and be seen on the map. thanks
Does this work at all. All my confirmation emails were not accepted Hate to fill all of the info only to get a rejection email
I like the feature, it "worked" but funny enough a trip where I visited and worked in 3 cities only marks one in the map. That could be a great fix in the future. If you are not doing just a connection (hotel + a meeting ) etc it should count as a visited city. While the organization potential is amazing the social aspect of tripit is also really powerful! thanks!
Any chance on the iphone app you can add the email address firstname.lastname@example.org to the splash screen. I keep forgetting the email address to forward my info and I keep expecting to find it in my iphone TripIt application.
I tried to merge some trips that were contiguous in dates but when I did it, one dissapeared. I cannot manage to do this right, I really appriciate if you can show me how to. BW John