Web site TripChill monitors your travel itinerary and sends real-time alerts for all important itinerary changes, including delays, cancellations, gate changes, and more. All you have to do is forward an email.
Once you sign up for an account, you can get started using TripChill by forwarding your airline or hotel confirmation emails to
firstname.lastname@example.org. TripChill analyzes the email and automatically adds the trip to your account without requiring any manual itinerary management yourselfâ€”just like previously mentioned TripIt . From there, you can set up your notification preferences from inside the TripChill web interfaceâ€”including who should receive alerts (for example, the person picking you up from the airport) if something in your itinerary changes. Check the video below for a dry but fairly comprehensive overview (the alternate flight information looks priceless in the event of a cancellation):
If you really love the site’s offerings, you can even give it your credit card info so it can book hotels or flights on your behalf. (Personally, I’m not ready to hand over my credit card info.) TripChill is a free service; according to CNN, premium accounts may be available soon.
(Fonte: Lifehacker )