We answer all the questions you might have
- Open your online catalogue as supervisor, you should write you online address adding “admin” at the end of the URL
Then access to your account.
If is the first time that you access into your account, use the default info:
*You can change your password if you go to your user (supervisor) and select change password.
- Go to your products (Shop à Products), as you can see in the image below:
Once in products, you will find the seasonal new products deactivated, choose the ítems that you want to offer to your customers and publish it as you can see below:
Now you have published the new products. To change the prices, click on edit button, and edit one by one the product that you want.
To unpublish the products, choose the ítems that you don’t want to show any more, and do the same.
You can contact with us through this link: https://www.mitsubishielectric-printing.com/support/contact_us
They can access from any place, for example your own shop, their home, office or even the public Street. They ONLY NEED to be connected from a smart device to internet.
They have two ways to access to your own online catalogue.
The first one is scanning the QR that you received whith your POS Kit.
And the second is to access by typing the online catalogue adress in their device: mykiosk.io/photoprintme/(your ID Printer number).
You can find this ID printer number in the package of your printer.
You have to write your online catalogue direction and put “/admin” in addition.
For example: mykiosk.io/photoprintme/IDnumber/admin
Then you have to login:
Once that you are inside of your online catalogue store, you can change your password, and all the customizable content.
No problem, if your customer don´t have the number of his ticket, you can validate the order with his name or phone number.
Just look in the validation screen and you will find all the orders of your customers.
You don´t need to ask a lot of personal information to your customers, only a name and a phone number or email in order to give a photography printing service.