The idea with Introductory Note pages is that often when we share proposals with potential guests we will include a covering note outlining why a trip was designed a certain way, or the highlights of the itinerary.
Introductory Note pages allow you to create these types of covering notes once, in your Content Library, and then re-use them again as and when needed when you are creating a new itinerary.
Once you pull any page into a Lookbook, Itinerary, or Guest Portal you can always quickly customize for that particular trip. For example, you could quickly change the salutation "Dear friends" to "Dear Mary & Joseph" to frame the whole proposal with a very hands-on, personalized feel, without having to recreate the wheel each time. From the guests point of you, it looks like you took a lot of time to write a custom note to them about the trip you designed for them, but in reality it only took you a few clicks of the mouse.
Some ideas for Introductory Notes that might be useful to have include:
- Honeymoon in Seychelles
- A Weekend in New York City
- Cape Town - Kruger - Winelands circuit
- Introduction to a Family Safari
As always, we recommend creating these in your Content Library as and when you need them. In this way, you will build out your Content Library organically.
Things to know about Introductory Note pages
- There are no character limits on the text blocks on Introductory Note pages