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How Do I Connect Multiple Group Photos to a Subject?
How Do I Connect Multiple Group Photos to a Subject?

Great for ballet schools, bands, or other multi-group Projects.

Updated over a week ago

Here's how to connect multiple group and individual images to the same Subject for Projects where the Subject will have multiple individual and/or group photos taken. This means that all of the Subject's different individual and/or group photos will be automatically placed in one gallery for your customer. 

In this example, we'll use a ballet school where students can be in more than one class. Your CSV file should have a unique numbered column for each group as shown below. If the student is in a class, the cell in that column should contain the group name as shown below. You can put different levels under one column like Ballet 1, 2, 3 can all go under the header "1*" with the value in the cells being 1, 2, 3 or Ballet 1, Ballet 2, Ballet 3. However, if you have a situations where a student may be in two levels of any given class, you'll have to break that class out into its own column since a cell can't contain two values

CSV columns can also be designated as "Groups" by putting an asterisk* at the end of the column name. This will save you time by automatically ticking all of your groups for this step.

1. Create a Data Project and upload your CSV file.

2. You can change how the field names print on the cards here. If no changes are made, default values shown will print on cards.

3. Select and arrange the order the fields are printed on the cards. Each Subject will use their same code for all of their individual photos. Don't display the groups on the cards. 

4. Select each Group colum (if you didn't use asterisks*).

That's it! You're ready to generate your camera cards.

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