The most requested feature, by far, for version 1.0 is the ability for you to create packages for your clients which puts packages are at the top of my list for features to add. I see two possible ways to define a package and would like to get input from ProofBuddy users as to which of these would be the most useful.
This is how I would imagine most people define a package, and would be the easiest for the user to set up and the client to understand.
An example of Option 1 would be
- 1 8x10
- 5 5x7s
- 15 4x6s
Each package would be made up of a defined set of pricing options.
The second option is more difficult, both for you to set up and for your users to follow along with.
An example of Option 2 would be (notice the ORs)
- Slot 1
- 1 8x10 glossy OR
- 1 8x10 matt OR
- 1 8x10 canvas
- Slot 2
- 5 5x7 glossy OR
- 5 5x7 matt OR
- 3 5x7 glossy and 2 5x7 matt (or any combination)
- Slot 3
- 15 4x6s in any combination
Of course, option 2 also allows for packages set up like option 1, you would simply have one option in each slot.
If you have an opinion on either of these, or another suggestion, I have set up a thread on the forums to get opinions or you can simply leave a comment here. You are the users who will be using this and I truly value your opinions and want ProofBuddy to be as useful to you as possible.