1) Log in to Google My Maps at below link using your Gmail id.
2) Click “Create A New Map” button
3) Name the map as per the trip name by editing the name “ Untitled map”. Just click on the name to edit it.
Rename the “Untitled layer” to Day 1 or as required.
4) Search for a location as required using the search bar, and click on the suggested locations. (You may adjust the location by moving the drop pin as desired.)
5) Once the location is finalized click on add to map on the popup window for that location. It will get added under the Day 1 layer.
6) a)Once added to map you can click edit button to change the name and description of the location.
b) Click save once done.
7) You can also edit the style of the location by clicking on the style button (paint bucket icon)
8) Once done repeat the process for the rest of the location to be added in day 1 as described above.
9) Once all the locations are added you may add lines to join the places.
a) Click on Draw a line button.
b) Using the line connects the locations approximately in the order of visits planned and double click to end the shape that you will reach. Once done rename the line section to Day-1 Route and add a description.
c) Change the line thickness (width) or the colour of the line as preferred.
10) Click on Add layer button to add new layer and rename it to Day-2 or as preferred and repeat the above process to add locations and connecting lines with new colours (the choice is yours).
b) Click on Change in the Sharing Settings window that will popup.
c) Select “On – Public on the web”. Do not change its default setting of “Can view”. Let it be as is. Click Save.
d) Click Done on the Sharing Settings window, to successfully make your route map public.
13) Please follow the below steps to get the URL of the Map.
b) From the scroll down window select “ Embed on my site”
c) From the pop window of “Embed this map” copy only the URL part of the map ( starting with HTTP, within double quotes after src= ).
Please follow the below steps in your Vacation Labs Backoffice.
15) Now your Route map will be visible on the trip page.