Capsule is stylish event planning platform that groups of friends and family members can use to privately create plans for upcoming trips and events, organize itineraries, and share photos from their adventures. The application works from the web or mobile phone.
When it comes to planning group travel, organization is key. Keeping track of different flights, itineraries, and reservations is no easy task. To start getting things in order, you might want to try out Capsule. Each event you organize is called a “Capsule,” and you can share these Capsules with all the people you hope will take part or attend. The people you’ve invited can RSVP to your event, and post their comments or questions in the Capsule information stream. Participants can also pin notes – which look and act as digital Post-Its – to any Capsule wall. If you’re running late to the event you’ve planned, or if you have got some last minute updates to tell your attendees, no worries. You can use Capsule’s group texting feature to blast messages to the group through the site or from your smartphone.
One of the fun parts of Capsule is its photo-sharing feature. People who’ve participated in group events or trips can post photos from those adventures in the associated Capsules. Friends, meanwhile, can comment on those images, download them, or share them with others via Facebook or Twitter. If you attend lots of group events each year, or if you’re looking for a smarter way to organize an upcoming bachelor party or family reunion, then you’ll want to give Capsule a try.
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