From within a trip, you can use the Custom Trip Document feature to create personalized content or to curate select destination content in the following two steps:

Part 1 - Create the Document
Part 2 - Add Pages to the Document

Part 1 - Create the Document 

From Step 3: Documents in your trip itinerary, click on Custom Trip Document. Name the document and select Create


From within the document, you can add the following: 




A. Title - it is important to remember that a document can contain many pages of content. Choosing a title that is inclusive of all the pages of content is recommended. For example, a country guide of Argentina as pictured above could include separate pages outlining food, culture, security, and sites in Argentina. 


B. Document Type - this describes what the document contains and/or what the pages within it can be used for. The options for document type include: Country, City, Tour, Activity Guide, General, Company Information.


C. Location - location information can be added, when applicable, so that the trip map is populated. Please be sure to include latitude and longitude coordinates for the location to be visible. 


D. Intro - this space is where you can add an introduction to the document. This can be used to describe or outline the Pages in the document. 


E. Tag - a tag can be added to a document so that you can easily search and sort your documents by tag or label. If you want to add a document to a trip, you can use the tag to search for it. 


F. Cover Photo - a cover photo can be added to the document. For instructions on adding a photo, please see here


G. +Add a New Page - pages can be added to the document. Pages can include information, photos, links, videos, locations and recommendations. To learn more about Pages and Documents, please see here


H. Add External Content - an opportunity to add third party destination content to a document. This content will be added as an additional Page in the document.  For instructions, please see here


I. travel42 Content - if you have the travel42 add-on enabled, you can add destination reports to your document. To learn more about this Add-on, please see here


 Part 2 - Add Pages to the Document 


From within the document you can add content by:


1. Adding an Existing Page 

2. Adding a New Page


1.Adding an Existing Page


If you have previously created pages or your company/consortia has content, choose Add Existing Page to search for existing content.


2. Adding a New Page 


Select +Add a New Page, then add a title and select Create.


From within the page, you can add the following: 




A. Title - it is important to remember that a document can contain many pages of content. Choosing a title that is specific to the content of the page is recommended. For example, a country guide of Hawaii could include separate pages outlining food, culture, security, and sites in Hawaii as shown above. 

 

B. Intro - this space is where you can add any written content such a list of personal recommendations for restaurants or foods to try. 


C. Date and Time - depending on the type of content you are adding, you may want to add a date and time.

 

D. Tag - a tag can be added to a page so that you can easily search your pages by tag or label. If you want to add a page as content to a trip, you can use the tag to search for it. To learn more about adding pages into content notes in a trip, please see here.

 

E. Recommendation Type - selecting a recommendation type to have the content from the page show up under Places in the mobile app. To learn more about Places in the mobile app, please see here.


F. Add a Photo, Video, Link - Select the appropriate button to add a photo, video or link. 


G. Location - input landmarks or a specific address.  By entering the Landmark field the City, State, Country, Latitude and Longitude points will be filled in.


H. Description - tab to add any additional information.

 

I. New Page - more pages can be added to the document. Pages can include information, photos, links, videos, locations and recommendations. To learn more about Pages and Documents, please see here


Be sure to select Save after adding a page.