Is it possible to set a deadline for preorders?
Yes, it is possible to set a deadline for pre-orders.
The deadline is set and managed by the adviser. For example, the adviser should select a date that would allow plenty of time for orders while still allowing no fewer than three full weeks prior to the desired delivery date.
The adviser should use the selected deadline on all yearbook flyers and other promotional materials.
The day after the deadline, the adviser should then release the pre-order queue.
It is NOT recommended to release a pre-order queue earlier than the selected pre-order deadline. All customers should be given the same opportunity to purchase a yearbook before the original deadline.
How to Set up Personalization (Advisers)
*Personalization is not available for projects created in Milestone Yearbooks* If you plan to sell your yearbook via an online storefront, then you can offer your customers a chance to personalize four pages for $7.95. Parents also have the ability ...
Is it possible to have the same book in different stores?
A book can only be in one store. A book can be in a store unfinished (set for pre order for example). In addition there are lots of settings in the store and book that influence each other, like pricing. If we were to allow a book to be present in 2 ...
Submitting Online Yearbook Orders
Did you pre-sell all of your yearbooks via the online Storefront? If so, please follow the steps below to complete your yearbook order. Before you release your yearbook to production please make sure you have locked all pages. This will cause a ...
Publishing a Yearbook for Sale
1. From Creator Studio’s home screen, click the "Sell" tab. The stores you have created will be listed here. 2. If you haven't assigned your project to this store, start by clicking the "Store Settings" link next to the store name. Scroll to the ...
Formatting your PSPA CD
What is a PSPA CD? The school picture industry offers a variety of products and services to students and schools. These are often used in conjunction with yearbooks and other products. Since individual students and schools employ different ...