Hello, friends of Snapizzi! Here’s what we’ve been working on lately to make Snapizzi even better.
We built the Gallery Verify tool so you can make sure all of the remote galleries on your connected platform are working properly. The tool will iterate through the Subject List testing if the remote galleries exist and are working. Snapizzi will attempt to repair any broken links.
The Placeholder tool will save your location anytime you invoke one of the Inspector Repair tools. Clicking it will bring you back to the location you were at when you first opened the tool so you don’t have to navigate through the Project pages to resume your work.
You’ll find this button at the top of the Dashboard and Inspector. It gives you quick, easy access to the Knowledge Base articles for all of the tools and features of the Dashboard and Inspector. You can also launch a tour of the Dashboard and Inspector to help you get the most out of Snapizzi.
We hope you like these improvements. We’ll get back to making Snapizzi even better for you! If you have any questions or suggestions, email email@example.com. We love hearing from you!
When using paper versions of Snapizzi’s camera cards, Subject galleries are easily shared by simply photographing all the Subject codes in the same keyframe image preceding the photo series you’d like to share.
However, there wasn’t a convenient way to do this when using Snapizzi Paperless without having to use multiple display devices or windows for each code — each of those options presented their own unique challenges. So we set out to solve that problem for our users.
Today we’re excited to announce our solution! Pinning makes it is easy to share Subject galleries on-the-fly when using Snapizzi Paperless. Pinning enables you to temporarily combine up to four Subject codes into a single code to be photographed. This means that up to three codes can be pinned to a fourth with the single matrix changing each time to reflect the shared galleries.
Read the Knowledge Base article to learn more about how this new feature works.
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Our latest release offers features and improvements that are just one more step in our relentless pursuit to make Snapizzi even better! Paper proofing leveled-up again! You can now make proof sheets of Group photos. You have the option to proof only Subject images, only Group images, or both.
We’re also pleased to announce the Project Summary tool. This will give you insight into the metrics for your Projects, including data from your Studio Search Page showing the number of searches and successful forwards to your connected platform.
Other notable items:
- Hovering over an image in any Repair Tool modal will magnify the image and display the filename. In case you didn’t already know, hovering over any code in these modals will also display the Subject data connected to that code.
- Gallery naming is now supported for all platforms.
- Added a dropdown field selection menu in the paper proofing modal.
- Blog link added to the Dashboard.
- Replaced the Task progress icon.
We hope you enjoy these new additions. You can expect more time-saving features in the coming weeks and months. If you don’t already have an account, get a free 14-day trial here.
We’re at it again! Say hello to Libris by PhotoShelter! Libris is a cloud-based, Enterprise Digital Asset Management (DAM) platform for visual media designed for businesses and organizations.
Libris lets you upload all of your media assets (and their metadata) from your hard drive, server, camera and mobile device right to your account with the click of a button. With unlimited contributors, your whole team can upload photos and videos to the same place, whether they’re in the office or on the go. Store and organize all of your assets in Libris so you can find exactly what you need in seconds.
How is Libris different from PhotoShelter?
While PhotoShelter Photographer accounts are similar to Libris accounts, they differ in a few key areas:
- A Libris account may be owned by a company or institution, rather than an individual.
- Libris accounts have a multi-user, role-based structure.
- The Libris user interface and terminology are geared to organizations rather than photographers.
- Libris offers a consolidated organization and permission structure, appropriate for a company.
- Libris offers limited customization options, while PhotoShelter Photographer accounts offer a wide range of professional portfolios and customizable websites.
- Video support is an available option for Libris accounts.
With Libris, you can easily grant access to photos and videos, and make image requests self-service. Libris makes it effortless for your team and partners to search, browse and download, which means they’ll download assets more often and help you get more ROI from your visual media library. With easy access to photos and videos, you’ll be able to take advantage of more opportunities to tell your brand’s story.
Learn more on the Libris website .
You can expect more time-saving features in the coming weeks and months. If you don’t already have a Snapizzi account, try it now with a Free 14-Day Trial.
We said more cool stuff was coming! And today, we’re excited to announce that our latest release includes an update to Snapizzi Paperless that you’re going to love!
You can now add/edit Subject information on the fly when using Snapizzi Paperless and your Project database will automatically update — saving you more time!
This improvement is especially useful when using blank cards or when you’re capturing customer data on-site. Of course, you’ll always have the option to bulk edit your Project data if that is better for your workflow.
Paper proofing also leveled up! If your Project requires proof sheets, you’re no longer limited to 1 row of 3 images. You can now have up to 6 rows and 18 images on your custom proof sheets!
We hope you like these new additions. We’ll get back to making Snapizzi even better for you. If you have any questions or suggestions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. We love hearing from you!
Today we’re excited to announce an update which will help solve the most common oversights that occur when using Snapizzi. After processing, the Diagnose & Remedy tool will automatically check your Project for the most common known issues that users encounter. If problems are found, the button will turn red on your Project Dashboard. Clicking it will reveal the issues and instructions on how to fix them.
The Dashboard will now also feature a log of all activity for each of your Projects. This will enable you to keep track of what has been done and help troubleshoot when necessary.
We hope you like these new additions. We’ll get back to making Snapizzi even better for you!
If you have any questions or suggestions, email email@example.com. We love hearing from you!
Hello friends of Snapizzi! Another week, another great feature to announce! We’re pleased to introduce Snapizzi Stars!
Snapizzi Stars enable you to easily control the order that Subject photos appear when exporting images for Bundles or Paper Proofing. Stars can be set using LightRoom, Bridge, and any other software that uses a 1-5 star rating system. The ratings will be used to set the Snapizzi Stars upon import. The highest rated images will appear first on Bundles and Proof Sheets. You also have the option to set them manually.
Here’s the Knowledge Base article on how it all works. Give it a try — we think you’ll love it!
Ok, we’ll get back to making Snapizzi even better for you! If you have any questions or suggestions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. We love hearing from you!