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Free Digital Rule Templates

  • 23 November 2020
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Is there a way to add custom templates for Free Digital Rules?

All I see there are the defaults that ShootProof has. Generally, I like to give the option for full resolution along with one or two social media sizes (for example, 2048 pixels for Facebook, and 1080 pixels for Instagram), and right now I have to manually set these up. Would be awesome if there is a way to build our own templates; I don’t see this as an option currently.

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Best answer by Matt Specht 1 February 2021, 23:12

Hi @northstatephotography,

You can currently create more than 1 custom rule, you could create a rule for Full-Res, a 2nd custom rule for IG, and a 3rd custom rule for FB.

 

Also, @JebbGraff you have the ability right now to go in and create all your rules in your Gallery template and every time you create a new gallery, the digital download rules are already there. Another options would be to create all the custom rules you would want, add them in your gallery preset, and when you create a new gallery, you could just remove the download rules you don’t want them to have.

Let me know if you need any clarification on what I mentioned or if you have any other questions :)
Thanks,

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I just added this as an idea in the ideas section. I’m with you. Currently, I’m creating a digital rule over and over again for 75 albums.

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Hi @northstatephotography,

You can currently create more than 1 custom rule, you could create a rule for Full-Res, a 2nd custom rule for IG, and a 3rd custom rule for FB.

 

Also, @JebbGraff you have the ability right now to go in and create all your rules in your Gallery template and every time you create a new gallery, the digital download rules are already there. Another options would be to create all the custom rules you would want, add them in your gallery preset, and when you create a new gallery, you could just remove the download rules you don’t want them to have.

Let me know if you need any clarification on what I mentioned or if you have any other questions :)
Thanks,

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