What’s new with ShootQ? That’s right – there’s a new a batch of updates to ShootQ that will help you streamline your photography business. This release is the second part of a two-phaser. The first phase was especially popular with portrait photographers. Here’s what’s new with ShootQ in this second release…
1. Product Options Visible to Clients – This feature lets your clients choose product options from the “share pricing” pages and proposals. While this has been an awesome internal tool for photographers to keep their product options organized, it is now also available for clients to view and choose options. With this release, the feature now works for ShootQ accounts…and our January Nimbus release will update this feature there as well! Read More Here >>>
2. Calendar Filtering For Users – We’ve added a side panel on the calendar tab for easy navigation to see who is scheduled for a shoot or appointment and who is not. Check It Out Here >>>
3. Import CSV Contacts – We added the ability to import Contacts via a CSV File upload. Learn More Here >>>
4. Navigation Sub-Menus – This new setting lets you create sub-menu drop-downs on your Nimbus site’s navigation bar. You can find it under Settings > Navigation. Just drag a menu item to the right (it will become indented), and it instantly becomes a Sub-Menu dropdown item on your site. Read More Here >>>
5. Post-Booking Pricing Page – This long requested feature is sure to be a new favorite! You can now create a pricing page to offer your clients after they have booked with you. You can designate specific packages and add-ons to be purchased post-booking. With this release, the feature now works for ShootQ accounts…and our January Nimbus release will update this feature there as well! Learn More Here >>>
And here are some screenshots from the “Pricing Settings,” displaying how to setup your Post-Booking Pricing Page.
About the Author
A Denver, Colorado native, Katie started her love affair with photography in second grade. With her first camera in hand, she began to view the world as a series of connections, with relationships at the center. Beginning with her relationship to the world and extending to personal relationships, Katie yearned to capture these relationships through her lens.
Katie honed her photography skills in college and graduated from the Art Institute of Colorado in 1999. In January 2000, she started Van Buren Photographyand used her relationship-building skills to grow it into a successful studio.
Katie parlayed her experience as a photographer into a valuable role as a Pictage Pro Consultant. During her time at Pictage, Katie helped photographers streamline their workflow, maximize their sales and apply best business practices. The skills and insights she accumulated have given her the edge to be a Photographer Training Specialist for ShootQ and Pictage.