Yes! You can bulk add/edit Subject data, passwords, gallery names, etc., at any time using your CSV file. You can also easily edit individual Subject data in the Inspector or Snapizzi Paperless.

NOTE: If you haven't photographed the Project yet and just need to upload a new version of your CSV, follow the instructions at the bottom of this article for Resetting your CSV.

Here's how to do it:

1. Download a Subject List (don't expand filenames).

2. Add/edit your columns but leave the Snapizzi code column intact.

3. Re-import your updated CSV (example below shows adding a password column).

  • Subject data submitted with a code issued to the current job will overwrite the existing data.
  • Subject data submitted without a code will create a new gallery for you to add photos.

That's it! Your Project will automatically update with your changes.


Below is a description of how Passwords, Search and Gallery Naming function and how they can be controlled using your CSV. These fields possess specific information that helps the photographer create a Project that works best for them and their customers. The entire article can be found here.  


If you'd like to require customers to enter a password to view their photos, you must include a column labeled "Password" in your CSV file as well as enable passwording in the Privacy Settings. You can define the passwords however you wish, but if no values are in the password column, Snapizzi will create passwords for you. We recommend that you don't use the letter O or number 0 unless the context is clear for your customers. For example, if using last name, they know it would be the letter O. Or if using numbers, they know it would be a zero.


The default search behavior for your Studio Search Page is by Name, ID, or Snapizzi 9-digit code. You don't need to include a "Search" header in your CSV unless you wish to change this behavior. 

If you supply "Search" values in your CSV file, all other fields are excluded from search. That means customers can only find photos using the defined search value in the "Search" column, so be certain this is what you want to do.

If you upload a CSV with a "Search" header — but no values — the photos will not be able to be found. Since you set up the Project with a targeted search, you'll need to edit your CSV to correct this problem by adding values (first and/or last name, etc) to the "Search" column. If you haven't shot the Project yet, you can simply create a new Project and import the correctly formatted CSV.


This is what is displayed on the remote gallery for your customer when they see their photos. The default gallery name for each Subject is the 9-digit code from their camera card. To change it, include a "Gallery" column and add the Subject names.

Tip 1: To combine data from two separate columns into one, click here. This is useful for combining first and last name fields in order to use the Subject's full name for the remote gallery name.

Tip 2: If you have data in one column and would like to create separate columns for each, click here. This is useful if you have a full name field and would like to create a first and a last name column.

Once again for information regarding CSV Files check out CSV Files and Mapping CSV Files.


  • CSV Reset is not available after camera cards are issued. 
  • This deletes all Subject and Group data and headers.
  • Group fields will be ignored for any re-imports.

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