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Partner labs are moving to our new sales system

Posted on January 17, 2022 by uk212417 under New and Improved Features, Photographers Websites, Sales and Marketing

TweetLast April we started to launch our new sales system. It is a new system from the ground up and the results in increased sales have been noticeable. Previously the photographer would select the finishes for each print size they wanted to offer. This could quickly result in a really large list of products for […]

Small Additions To The Modifier Options

Posted on December 3, 2021 by theimagefile under New and Improved Features, Theimagefile

TweetThere are some new options available on modifiers which are described in full in the Modifier Pricing help article.

Changes To Admin Icons

Posted on December 1, 2021 by theimagefile under New and Improved Features, Theimagefile

TweetWe would always recommend working on collections or web pages from a desktop or laptop, however, we are aware that more and more photographers are wanting to make quick changes from their mobile devices. To make this easier we are proposing the removal of some icons from theimagefile admin pages to give a bit more […]

Changes To Cancelled Orders

Posted on by theimagefile under New and Improved Features, Partners, Theimagefile

TweetIn January 2022, there will be some changes made to how cancelled orders are managed if using lab-fulfillment and/or theimagefile’s WorldPay account. From next year, you will no longer be able to edit or cancel any order once it has been completed online. This change will prevent you, the photographer, from having to manage changes […]

Video Size Update

Posted on July 25, 2021 by theimagefile under New and Improved Features, Theimagefile, Websites and SEO

Tweettheimagefile allows you to upload videos to your collections. Traditionally these were most commonly short-duration, moderate-size free-to-view clips, like a 4-minute 500MB wedding montage added to a wedding gallery. theimagefile would always transcode uploaded video into a common format (first Flash, then h264 MP4/AAC) that all visitors could watch from their browser, and theimagefile would compress the […]