btg123
Hello

I am brand new to PB, I did watch several videos and created a "my brain" with 20 or so thoughts.

I need to visualize the travel connections for an International trip to Bali.

There will be several travelers arriving from USA, and India via Singapore (with some having additional connections)

For those connections I need to document all the hotel and inland travel plans for Singapore so I need to see the timelines of people departing/arriving to Singapore as well as Bali.

How can this be visualized in PB?

If not, is there recommendations for how to do this?

I need this by end of week!

Thank you!
Bruce
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jostber
PB is not optimized with timeline functionality yet, here is a discussion on possible solutions and workarounds:

http://forums.thebrain.com/post?id=3684927&highlight=timeline

This is the most requested feature on the Uservoice Site:

http://thebrain.uservoice.com/pages/4597-personalbrain/suggestions/69229-timeline?ref=title

The PB team has not given any feedback if or when this will be implemented.






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jostber
Some more links here:

http://forums.thebrain.com/post?id=2049378&highlight=travel
http://forums.thebrain.com/post?id=2847799&highlight=travel


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zenrain
You could set up each person, with child thoughts formatted as "YY-MM-DD", [Name], [Destination]. Add the itinerary for that leg of the journey in that thought's notes.

Now create a country for each of the destinations, if they are all within a few days of each other, create a thought for each date formatted as YY-MM-DD.

Now, for each persons itinerary thoughts (the first set of thoughts created), link each to the appropriate destination country and date as jump thoughts, or Child thoughts depending on your preference. Now you can view the country and see and see all people and dates, or click on a date and see all the people and destination, or click on the people for all of their itineraries.
Because you are using context sensitive naming (the commas in the thought name), when you are viewing the parent thought, the same text in the child thoughts are ignored.
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btg123

Thank you for all your help! I will check these out.

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jostber
This is not the same application, but might be of some inspiration to you:

http://www.biggerplate.com/viewmap.asp?id=190&p=searchresults.asp

You can save the map, and import into a brain of yours. This is pretty rudimentary and do not have a timeline, but shows a structure that can be some input.






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