Using the Subjects Tab in a Job

Learn how to filter, find, edit, and delete Subject Data and Images in the Subjects Tab

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Written by Drew Starr
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What is the Subjects tab?

The Subject Tab contains all Subject information in a Job. It's here that you can add, edit, and delete Subjects in a variety of ways. To open the Subjects tab, click on the Subject Icon in the Navigation Bar.

In this tab, you'll be presented with Subject Images, Data, and Orders all in one view.

The Subject List

The Subject List on the far-left side of the screen allows you to scroll (or search) through the list to find and edit any subject or group in the Job. Click on a Subject to bring up their information on the right-side of the screen. 

You can also apply filters to return a specific list of Subjects using a combination of subject data and image metadata.

Pro Tip: You can export the Subject Data from your filtered results into a .csv file. You can then use the same .csv to make any needed updates to the Subject Data and merge the updated .csv back into the Job.


Adding Subjects

Need to add 1 or 100 more subjects to the Job? No sweat! Click or tap on the + New Subject button at the bottom to begin. You'll be prompted to enter in either specific subject information for a single subject or you can add a custom range of "blank" subjects as placeholders.

Need to delete a Subject? Click on the Pencil icon next to the filter button to bring up the delete option next to your Subjects.


Viewing and Editing Subject Data

All of the Subject Data can be found on the right-side of the window in this tab. Once we've selected a Subject from the Subject List, we can tab between their Subject Data (Info) or Orders. We can also add, edit, or remove any data as needed.

Manipulating Subject Images

Need to add images to a subject? Maybe move a range of images from Subject A to Subject B? Did the Subject blink and now we have to hide a bad image from appearing online? All of this and more through some natural motions and clicks.

Adding Images outside of Blueprint to a Subject

Simply drag-and-drop an image into the Image List in between the Subject List and the Subject Data view. 

 You can also click on the + Add Images button to open browse to the file location. 

 Pro Tip: You can use keyboard commands like Ctrl + A to select all images in a folder and upload them all together.

Adding images inside of Blueprint to a Subject 

Sometimes, images get assigned to the wrong Subject. To move them around, simply click on the images you wish to select, then click on Move in the Menu bar to select the correct Subject.

Pro Tip:

Moving Multiple Images in the Camera Roll

Organizing your Camera Roll can be frustrating when you have a lot of images. Luckily, with the new update, you can move multiple images quickly and easily!


After selecting your images to move, you can also drag-and-drop an image to move the entire selection to the correct Subject


Organizing your Camera Roll should now be easier with the new update from our team. We hope this article was useful in helping you quickly move multiple images!


Primary, Yearbook, and Hidden Image Types

Click on the ellipses (...) to bring up a checklist and specify if the image should be a Primary, Yearbook, or Hidden Image. Hidden images will appear distinctly light to help easily identify at a glance. Yearbook Selection (as well as Primary and Hidden tags) appear underneath the selected image.

You can identify Primary Images quickly by looking for the full gold star in the top-right corner of the image. The Primary Image selection can be toggled by clicking an empty star in the top-right corner of a picture.

NOTE: While an image can be both a Primary and a Yearbook image, a Hidden Image is only a hidden image.

Delete an image from Blueprint

Simply click on the image or images you want to delete and select Delete from the Menu bar that appears.

Don't forget to sync your edits into the cloud! It'll make the changes readily available on every machine you use in Blueprint.

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