Itinerary : It's The New Hotness!
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I'm very happy to announce that today we're soft launching a new piece of trip planning technology that has been gestating in my cavernous mind for about two years... Itinerary.
Itinierary is a simple and easy way to bookmark all your favorite Vegas stuff in one place.
When the time comes kick your Vegas tripping into high gear, all of those bits and pieces of blog posts, podcast discussions, photos, hotel reviews, board discussions that raised your Spock brow in the intervening stretch will be at your fingertips WITHOUT clogging up your browser Bookmarks/Favorites folder menus.
When you come across a post you found interesting, click the Itinerary icon and a window will pop up containing the title and url of the page you want to save with options to categorize it and a small textarea to add any notes to. Click save and it gets saved to your MyVegas itinerary. It's that easy.
Should you wish to make some edits, click on the Itinerary link in MyVegas where you can update or implode any of your existing favorites. In the coming weeks we are going to be adding the ability to export pdfs, printable views and email your itinerary to yourself, followed by the ability to import your Vegas Mate itinerary as well.
Over the course of the weekend I am going to start putting Itinerary buttons throughout VT so you can start building your array of bookmarks. For enterprising bloggers, podcasters and webmasters, we've got code snippets that you can put on your site to encourage bookmarking of your stuff from your site into Itinerary.
So go ahead, bookmark the surprises! You can start with this very post.... the button is right over there and down a little bit.... »
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