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Passcode Photos Reporting

 
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Luke Jones
6 posts
Tue Jul 16, 19
7:01 AM
So I use the passcode photos feature for many of my galleries (schools). Is there a way of viewing what codes have been entered/searched for?
Also, is there a way of linking the passcode to an order? I use the passcode as a keyword of the image(s).
PS - is a really powerful feature for anyone considering using it.
Tim - PicturesPro.com
11594 posts
admin
Tue Jul 16, 19
11:45 AM
There is not a way to view what passcodes have been entered ... that is not recorded in the database anywhere.

Also not a way to linking the passcode to an order.
 
 
 
 
 
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Trailboy
102 posts
Tue Jul 16, 19
11:50 AM
Why dont you add the passcode as an extra field be entered at the checkout?
Edited Tue Jul 16, 19 11:55 AM by Trailboy
Luke Jones
6 posts
Tue Jul 23, 19
8:47 AM
Thanks Trailboy,
I've done just that and it's made our workflow a dream, thank you!

On another note, when I add more than one passcode (keyword) to the same image they do not work. Is this behaviour normal?
A school has requested access to view the entire album - my first thought was to apply an additional 'passcode' to every photo - is there another way I can give them access to all photos without them having to search each passcode? (I hope that makes sense!)
Edited Tue Jul 23, 19 8:55 AM by Luke Jones
Tim - PicturesPro.com
11594 posts
admin
Tue Jul 23, 19
11:24 AM
It won't work adding another keyword because it is looking for just one keyword as the passcode.

Not a way to give someone access to all the photos with the passcode photos. What you could possibly do is view the photos in the admin and click the select all tab.

Create a new gallery and in the tray at the bottom of the screen click the add photos to this page option. Then select to add them to the gallery (not move them), then you can give that person access to that gallery. Just don't set it to a passcode photo gallery.
 
 
 
 
 
Tim Grissett, DIA - PicturesPro.com || My Email Address: info@picturespro.com
Luke Jones
6 posts
Tue Jul 23, 19
12:02 PM
Hi Tim,
This does exactly what I wanted, thank you!!
I was worried doing that would duplicate the images and use up more storage. Sytist never fails to amaze me! =]
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