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Do you keep track of your orders?


#1

If you do, how? I use Microsoft Access as a database. I use fields like order number, date, username, gig type, extras order?, notes, etc. I wish I started sooner, because I have over 100 entries to add, and data entry work is so tedious.


#2

Do you track your order for a specific reason? I get way too many order to keep a track of so just use the Priority queue a complete all order in the order they came in. If you do track for another reason I’d love to know what for?



Regards

Wayne


#3

Do you track your order for a specific reason? I get way too many order to keep a track of so just use the Priority queue a complete all order in the order they came in. If you do track for another reason I’d love to know what for?



Regards

Wayne


#4

Do you track your order for a specific reason? I get way too many order to keep a track of so just use the Priority queue a complete all order in the order they came in. If you do track for another reason I’d love to know what for?



Regards

Wayne


#5

Do you track your order for a specific reason? I get way too many order to keep a track of so just use the Priority queue a complete all order in the order they came in. If you do track for another reason I’d love to know what for?



Regards

Wayne


#6

Do you track your order for a specific reason? I get way too many order to keep a track of so just use the Priority queue a complete all order in the order they came in. If you do track for another reason I’d love to know what for?



Regards

Wayne


#7

Reply to @arnevb: I was going to use excel at first til I seen how much stuff I could do with access.


#8

Reply to @ozzieuk: Yeah. One) I can filter/search for specific information about past orders, two) store & access other vital information too increase repeat buyers. I can’t be too specific due to TOS. :wink:


#9

http://fragglesrock.com



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#10

Reply to @joannaminer: O_o ??


#11

Hi,



An export to excel feature would be nice.



All the best,



Jeff


#12

Reply to @jeffmoses: That would be nice. :slight_smile:


#13

A simple Excel spreadsheet works fine, and the data can be easily imported to another book-keeping software if necessary.


#14

I just use Fiverr, since I only get around 25 family tree orders a month its not hard for me to come up with.


#15

Reply to @voiceoverwork: True. Access is much easier for me to search, create reports, and enter data via forms though.