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Star Wars Tracker Advice

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Re: Star Wars Tracker Advice

Postby jared007 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:55 am

Hi,

Lunar_Jetman wrote:I can't see anywhere on the site details of the cost once the trial is over. Anyone able to confirm the cost?


It depends what plan you choose during sign up. I make subscriptions flexible to allow you to pay month to month if you want to dip in and out from time to time. Or you can invest upfront for a full year to get the best value. You will get 4 plan options once you get started on the signup.

If you are in it for the long run, best value is a year which works out at US$2.50 a month. Hope this helps.

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Re: Star Wars Tracker Advice

Postby jared007 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 9:01 am

Plastikheld wrote:Are you testing a beta-version? Can't find it in my mobile Version (like shown in the vid).


Steve was a fantastic help fine tuning the end result, and giving it a good workout.

This new version officially went live a couple of days ago (desktop, iOS, Android) - version 1.2.0. I'll be sending out mail shots to users very soon to alert them about the new functionality. But you can upgrade immediately (no extra charge of course).

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Re: Star Wars Tracker Advice

Postby spoons » Sun Oct 01, 2017 6:51 pm

I just signed up for he free trial, and it does look really comprehensive.

Struggling a little with the portfolio section. The tool/settings button is really hard to hit on my mobile. And I need it to edit things, it also insists on a purchase date and location. Some of the stuff I own is from too long ago...

The diecast cardbacks need updating too. No SWA DV TIE but there is a Harbert SWA land speeder

Minor gripes for an otherwise great resource!
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Re: Star Wars Tracker Advice

Postby jared007 » Mon Oct 02, 2017 8:22 am

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spoons wrote:Struggling a little with the portfolio section. The tool/settings button is really hard to hit on my mobile. And I need it to edit things, it also insists on a purchase date and location.


Just had a look and I think I know what you mean about the tool/settings button. I do insist on a purchase date so the system has something meaningful to sort by. Just make up a date that is closest - for example, a lot of my entries have 1st June 1994 as I don't know anything more accurate. Same idea for location, so it has a chance to sort properly.

I've been hoping our paths might cross at some stage. I am aware of your excellent diecast site and wanted to cross check my categorization with you, make sure we are both consistent in describing this area. I'll send a PM and we can take it from there ...

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Re: Star Wars Tracker Advice

Postby spoons » Mon Oct 02, 2017 2:13 pm

jared007 wrote:Hi,

spoons wrote:Struggling a little with the portfolio section. The tool/settings button is really hard to hit on my mobile. And I need it to edit things, it also insists on a purchase date and location.


Just had a look and I think I know what you mean about the tool/settings button. I do insist on a purchase date so the system has something meaningful to sort by. Just make up a date that is closest - for example, a lot of my entries have 1st June 1994 as I don't know anything more accurate. Same idea for location, so it has a chance to sort properly.

I've been hoping our paths might cross at some stage. I am aware of your excellent diecast site and wanted to cross check my categorization with you, make sure we are both consistent in describing this area. I'll send a PM and we can take it from there ...

Jared.


Thanks Jared - your purchase date solution seems very sensible. setting it very early shouldn't skew the tracker date either.

Just sent you an email!
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Re: Star Wars Tracker Advice

Postby jared007 » Mon Oct 02, 2017 6:11 pm

spoons wrote:your purchase date solution seems very sensible. setting it very early shouldn't skew the tracker date either.


Well just to be clear - any price information you add stays private to yourself, it *never* contributes to the price guide. It's the only way to enforce the integrity of the data and prevent people intentionally skewing prices.
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Re: Star Wars Tracker Advice

Postby spoons » Mon Oct 02, 2017 6:23 pm

jared007 wrote:
spoons wrote:your purchase date solution seems very sensible. setting it very early shouldn't skew the tracker date either.


Well just to be clear - any price information you add stays private to yourself, it *never* contributes to the price guide. It's the only way to enforce the integrity of the data and prevent people intentionally skewing prices.


that makes sense!
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