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Trip Planning Dashboard Now Includes Parks You’re Visiting Each Day

by on August 27, 2014

Those of you who are subscribers know we’ve recently introduced a new trip planning dashboard, and today we’re releasing the next iteration – adding parks to specific days in your trip, and integrating trips with our main crowd calendar. Here’s what the new features look like.

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When you login to your dashboard, you’ll see that your trips now have the option to add parks to specific days. You can click on the link for the day you want to choose parks for (highlighted in orange in the picture above) to go to that day’s crowd calendar, including information about park hours and special events. There you can pick one or more parks to visit that day.

Parks you select will show up on your dashboard as you see above with their crowd levels. We’ll try to guess which parks you’ll visit based on the touring plans you already have for that day, or you can just select the ones you’re interested in (especially handy if you’re not using a plan or haven’t quite decided what you’re doing yet).

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Want to take a look at the big picture? Now the main crowd calendar page will highlight your trips and scroll directly to your next trip dates, turning the crowd levels for the parks you plan to visit green to easily scan. It will also display the name (or names if your trip dates overlap) of your trips in the notes for each day.

All these changes work with all three of our trip-enabled properties (WDW, DLR and UOR), and are available now to all subscribers. Let us know what you think so far and stay tuned – more trip planning goodness is, well…planned. ;)

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Search Feature Added to TouringPlans

by on May 22, 2014

New Search Box LocationsWe’ve added a site-wide search feature to the TouringPlans website. A search bar should appear somewhere around the upper right corner of every page

The entire site is indexed, so a search for “Peter Pan” will return links to the attraction’s description, wait times, touring plans, FastPass+ tips, relevant blog posts, and more.

We can customize the search results, so let us know in the comments if there’s a particular way you’d like to see the results displayed. Happy searching!

Give it a try right now!

 
 

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