Wednesday, July 23, 2008

New Dopplr - Copenhagen

Dear Victor,

We've released a new version of Dopplr (codenamed "Copenhagen"), and it's packed with new features.

Public profiles

Every Dopplr traveller can now publish their own public profile page, visible to anyone on the internet, which displays a short summary of past and future trips on Dopplr. You get complete control of your profile: you can hide it from view, or choose exactly what pieces of information it displays about you and your travelling. The profile page is split into modules which you can switch on and off. You can even embed modules on your own web pages, if you like.

To publish, hide or edit your public profile, click this link:

Automated trip input via email, SMS and Twitter

Many of you have told us that you'd like easier ways to get information about your trips into Dopplr. We've been working on ways to automate this as much as possible. Now you can add trips to Dopplr via email, SMS message, or Twitter.

You can email your itineraries, e-tickets, bookings, or just a short note to Dopplr will look for dates and places and create a draft trip, which you can confirm later. Once the trip is active, you can forward relevant emails like hotel reservations to us, and they will be automatically attached to that trip.

If you register your mobile phone number with us, you'll be able to add trips via SMS text message:

And finally, Twitter users can send a trip details to @dopplr on Twitter:

There's more about this on our blog:

And if you'd like to read more about how it works behind the scenes, there's also

We hope this new release makes it easier for you to get your travel details into Dopplr. We value your feedback, so please do let us know what you think of the new features. To keep up-to-date with our news, keep an eye on the Dopplr blog:

Wishing you safe travels as always,
The Dopplr Team.


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