Posting an Itinerary or Component

Posting is a function that allows you to send an itinerary or Component from one Wetu account to another. This is useful if you need to send an itinerary/component to a Wetu user in another company. 

In this example, I am going to show you how to post an Itinerary, however, exactly the same steps apply for posting, and receiving, a  Component

Note: This feature is only available for Enterprise accounts

In this article:
Posting an Itinerary or Component
Receiving an Itinerary or Component

Posting an Itinerary or Component

To post a Wetu itinerary, open your Itinerary Builder home page (where all your itineraries are listed) and select the itinerary that you would like to post to anther Wetu user. Once you have selected the itinerary you would like to send, click on the Post button at the bottom of the screen. 

Note: You can post Personal and Sample Itineraries as well as Day and Multiple Day Components. 

You will then be prompted to enter the email address of the person you would like to send the itinerary to and click OK. 

A pop up will appear to confirm that the itinerary has been sent. 

Receiving an Itinerary or Component

If a Wetu Itinerary or Component has been posted to you, you will receive an email notification:

Click on the link in the email and you will be prompted to either View the Itinerary, Login or Register
As an existing user, you can log in and you will be taken to where the itinerary, that was posted, has been saved - ie your Personal or Sample Itineraries / Day or Multiple Day Components. 

The itinerary is now in your account as one of your itineraries and you can edit it as you wish. It is by no way linked to the itinerary that was posted to you in the other users account and any changes that you make will only change on your version of the itinerary. 

Note: Posting is for sending itineraries/components between different Wetu accounts. If you would like to do this internally (between users in the same account), then you can use the transfer or copy function. 

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