Instructions



Definitions


  • Nomadic travel:

    it is a travel during which you stay in different cities (examples: visit Thailand, around the world or road trip in the USA.). You will then have to select the country or countries visited.
    If your stay is in only one city (examples: weekend in Paris or week in Majorca) then remove the option on the creation page of the trip and enter the city, your itinerary will be pre-filled.

  • Public travel:

    it's a travel that you have chosen to make public from the planning tool. It appears on our homepage, you can share it with your friends, family or social networks and integrate it on your blog. The booking confirmations registered in the tool are never visible to anyone other than you, like content of your bagage entered in the check-list lugagge tool. By default, prices, budget, accommodation names and photos are hidden for other users than you. You can make them visible from your profile in the "Public travel privacy" tab

Tutorials


  • Creating and modifying a trip:



  • Adding a booking confirmation:



  • Add photos:



  • Change steps order (place or journey):



  • Search points of interest :



  • Create your luggage check-list :



  • The essentials :


Buttons caption


  • The buttons on the home page and in "My travels"


 : generate a PDF file of the itinerary

 : share a travel

 : copy a travel

 : delete a travel


  • The buttons of the travel planning tool


Views:

 : consultation of the travel without modification. This is the view to use to quickly have all the itinerary information before and during the trip.

 : consultation of the steps in photos. This view is useful for remembering your trip or for travel planners wishing to offer their customers a visual and detailed itinerary of their stay.

 : modification of the travel. This is where you can make any changes to your itinerary and add photos.

 : access to the map allowing you to locate each step of your itinerary.

 : access to the automatically calculated budget based on your entries.


Actions :

 : add an event (place or journey)

 : delete an event

 : search for nearby points of interest (modification view)

 : access to a booking confirmation

 : add or modify a photo (modification view)

 : consult information and photo (consultation view)

 : add or modify GPS coordinates

 : duplicate night element data


Tools :

 : search essentials of the country

 : choice of travel cover image

 : luggage checklist to forget anything

 : currency converter

 : statistics of the travel

 : travel sharing

FAQ



  • How to share a travel?

    If your travel is public, you can share it on social networks using sharing button on the travel planning tool or by directly sharing the URL that appears in the browser's address bar when you consult it.
    If it is private and you want to share it with family, friends or clients, go to the "My travels" page and click on the arrow icon on the desired trip. You can then choose what information to share.
    The person will receive an email at the email address you entered and can access your tarvel using a secure link. He can also find this trip in his account in the "My travels - Travels in consultation following a sharing from their creator" section if he creates an account on tripkygo with this email address or if he already has one.

  • Can I get a glimpse of the vision of the travel that the person to whom I am sharing it will have?

    Simulate a share by filling in the information to share and enter your own email address. Disconnect from tripkygo then click on the secure link in the email you received. You thus have access to the vision that the person with whom you will share the travel will have.
    > The person will be able to edit the roadmap in PDF but only the creator of the trip can generate the travel diary with photos.

  • Can I change the information to share with someone?

    Yes, you just need to share this person again, specifying the new information to share. It will receive a new link and the old one will no longer work.

  • Can I remove travel sharing from someone?

    No, this feature is currently not available. If necessary, contact us and we will cancel the sharing.

  • Can I add multiple photos for an event?

    No, this feature is currently not available.

  • I am a travel planner, can I use tripkygo to plan my clients' itinerary?

    Of course ! Tripkygo is designed to be used by individuals and professionals.
    You can therefore create your client's itinerary on tripkygo and then, if you wish, share the trip with them by hiding the information you do not wish to communicate to them. They will be able to consult the itinerary at any time: before, during and after their trip.
    Consider creating a model itinerary and making it public so that it appears on the tripkygo homepage. You will gain visibility and be able to attract new customers since your information (website and social network accounts) entered on your profile will appear when users click on your username.

  • What happens to my data, photos and booking confirmations if I delete a travel or my account?

    If you delete a travel, we delete all data and documents (photos and booking confirmations) related to it.
    If you delete your account, all your trips are destroyed and therefore all their data and documents as well.

  • Why is my place not located on the map and does it not have a geolocation link on the consultation and photos views?

    To display a place on the map and assign it a geolocation link, you must have clicked on the place in the drop-down list that appears at the time of entry. It is this action that allows us to retrieve the GPS coordinates of the place thanks to the Geoapify API. If you don't find your place in the drop-down list, you can enter GPS coordinates manually by clicking button on the travel planning tool in modification view.

  • Why can't I find my place in the drop-down list when entering?

    Most places are listed there, try to vary the entry by changing the order of the words for accommodation in particular. For airports, enter the word "airport" followed by the airport code and the city if it is not enough (examples: "airport SFO" will offer San Francisco airport and "airport CDG" Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris).

  • How to integrate tripkygo itinerary on a website/blog ?

    To integrate a public tripkygo itinerary on your website or blog you must:
    1) use the sharing button on the planner and choose icon .
    2) chosse the default view to show on your website (itinerary, photos, budget ou map) based on the public travel privacy settings chosen in your profile.
    3) copy/paste the generated code in the page of your wbesite. If you use Wordpress, add an "HTML" block and paste the code inside.
    Your tripkygo frame is now integrated ! Sample of integrated itinerary in a blog post

    You can change the height of the tripkygo fram by modifying the value of "height" attribute in the generated code.
    For automatic adjustment according to the screen size, you must:
    1) add <div class="responsiveWrapperTripkygo"> before the generated code and </div> at the end of the code.
    2) add the folowing code in your css file:
    .responsiveWrapperTripkygo { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; /* 16:9 */ padding-top: 25px; height: 0; }
    .responsiveWrapperTripkygo iframe { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }

    If you use Wordpress, you can use Simple Custom CSS plugin. Once activated, click on "Add your CSS" at extension level and paste the above CSS code into the window.
    Feel free to contact us if you have any integration issues.