Here are a couple of aspects of their service which I’ve only recently discovered, which make it even better …
They now have a version of their site designed specifically for mobile browsers, so you can quickly and easily get details of your itinerary and bookings from your phone on the go.
They’ve even included a “Check Flight Status” link for upcoming flight bookings, which is very handy.
2 iCal feeds
Previously whenever I booked flights I would manually add the details to my calendar – including times and flight numbers etc. I would also usually enter an all-day appointment for the days I was away, so I didn’t accidentally make other appointments when I would be out of town.
TripIt can take care of all of that for you automatically.
Just add the iCal feed to your calendar and any trips and flight bookings will automatically show up on the appropriate dates.
Those two things aside, the single greatest feature of TripIt is still the complete lack of data entry required – just forward on the confirmation emails you get from airlines, hotels and rental car companies and they will pull them all together into an itinerary for you automatically.