Most of our support requests have been about email. In this post we try to explain how picu handles emails and steps you can take if you think something is not working.
Earlier today we released a new version of picu which includes a few minor improvements under the hood, but also adds a new feature, we were asked for a lot. This post will get you up to date, about our latest version. We’re sure many of you will like it.
A walkthrough of the client proofing process with picu, and how it helps to make it as easy as possible for photographers and their clients.
We finally released our third add-on for picu. It’s called Selection Options and it gives you the option to choose exactly (or loosely) how many images your clients need to select to approve a collection. It’s a feature that a lot of you have asked for and now it is finally here.
We made a quick run-through video to show you how to install and use picu.
We are happy to release picu version 1.1.0 into the wild today. It is full of fixes and small enhancements, but also comes with a new client facing feature that will make selecting images even more convenient: View Filter Your clients can now filter the view to show selected or unselected images only. They can concentrate […]
picu images do not show up in the media library in the WordPress admin. This is by design: We wanted to strictly separate the images that you use in a picu collection from the images you use on your website, thereby keeping you from accidentally using an image from a collection in a blog post or in your portfolio.
Client proofing for photographers can be a disappointing process. When we first realized how big of a challenge it is for many photographers, we started looking at various solutions and ways to handle the process.
We intend picu to be used as a tool to get final approval for a collection of images – a decision that you, the photographer, can rely on.
Release notes for picu version 0.9.4.