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Suggesting Products

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Even though we have thousands of products on our website with different customisations available, sometimes this still isn't enough! If, after browsing through our extensive range, you still can't find exactly what you're looking for, but know exactly what you want, now you can add it with our Suggest a Product feature.

You can add any product with its name, budget, image and even detailed specification to scrapbook in a matter of seconds.

How to suggest products

1) Open up your scrapbook and click the Suggest a Product button.


2) On the following pop-up, fill in relevant fields and simply drag an image and drop it into the box on the right. The only required fields are: Product Name and Quantity


3) Click Suggest Product

4) That’s it!

The more information you provide per product, the better, but we've made it easy to add products with minimum requirements. You can repeat the above action as much as necessary.  

 Try it yourself. Register for an account now. 


Already registered? Simply log in at the top right hand corner of the website and click on "My Scrapbooks". Read the following blog for more tips on how to get the most from our Scrapbooks interior design tool for furniture specification. Alternatively you can read more on how to use our design-led product search function.

Topics: Interior design tool, Specification tips

By Paula Stanbridge-Faircloth Paula Stanbridge-Faircloth on 11/08/17 13:34
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