Google's Gmail-alternative Inbox does a pretty awesome job of managing your travel information into easy-to-reach bundles. Now, you can share all that information with others in a single email. Your travel bundles typically include any information Google can detect about a particular trip, arranged in an itinerary that you can see at a glance. It includes your departure and return flights, car rentals, hotel information, and more. Now, when you see your travel bundles, you can share the entire collection with a single email. This is handy if you need to let a friend or loved one know where you'll be, but don't want to write up a spreadsheet, or dig through a bunch of emails yourself.
Inbox Can Now Share Trip Bundles With All Your Important Travel Info
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