We’ve added something to make this a little easier. Under the map, there’s a new “Get directions on Google Maps” link. Clicking that will open Google Maps with all of the places currently showing on the map, and you can get directions between them there.
As a reminder, in Planapple the map shows whatever places are in the list on the left. So if you’re looking at Dining, all the restaurants will show up. (Also, places only show up on the map if Planapple knows their addresses. You can set or change an item’s address by clicking “Edit Details” on the item.)
And if you get to Google Maps and want to simply SAVE each location to your Google Maps as opposed to just getting directions (if the ocean is in the way for example), click on each of the location markers and click "Save to Map", selecting a previously Saved Map (Google Account is required) or by creating a new one.
Here's some more info on Custom Maps with Google Maps: http://goo.gl/fyC6P
For me, Planapple takes care of this, but now you've got the option with room for more ideas.
16 votesplanned · 3 comments · Ideas & Suggestions » Itinerary/Calendar · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Hi Laura – I realize this is old news, but try this:
• Hover over an item in the "Notebook" section of the Trip
• Click "Add to Itinerary…" *
• Click "More Options" and you're there.
I had the same thought and came to enjoy/use this approach once I got the hang of it. I do agree that the actual TIME could start at 12 PM instead of 12 AM when selecting specific time.
I hope you've had a good few months since you left this post! :-)
p.s. If you had previously set a date for the item, rather than "Add to Itinerary…" the calendar area will show the date (i.e. July 25-27) etc.
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For those checking out the forums in the summer of 2012, the web app is functioning well as a Planapple Plus feature. Cool! :-)