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Spring 2022 My Frame Gallery Updates

Tom Doyle
by Tom Doyle on April 14, 2022 at 10:00 AM
 
We've just released the Spring 2022 package of My Frame Gallery updates, which include several items designed to help patients navigate the Gallery and submit Wish Lists.

 

Top navigation bar, now "sticky"

When patients scroll down on the Gallery, the top navigation bar will remain in view at the top of the page. 


 

Back to Top button

After scrolling through frames on your Gallery, visitors will now be able to quickly navigate back to the top of the page with the "Back to Top" button. 

 

New "Info" drop down
We've added a section to the top navigation called "Info".  This new section will give patients more details about using the Wish List feature, using the search filters, and virtual try-on. 
 
This feature will only display on Galleries that have Wish List turned on.springmfgupdatenavbar
 
 
Updated Wish List form
The new and improved Wish List form delivers instruction while also helping set patient expectations about the in-office visit and out-of-stock frames.
 
 
Re-positioned Contact drop down
The Contact drop down now opens directly under the Contact button for all Galleries, rather than under the optional Splash Page.
 
 
 
the perfect mis of online marketing and in-store service.
 

 

Ready to get started with My Frame Gallery? Here are 5 ways you can take the next step:

  1. Request information
  2. Request a demo
  3. Order now (existing Frames Data subscribers should call in to add My Frame Gallery to your existing account)
  4. Call us (for single location practices) at 1-800-821-6069 ext 3.
  5. Call us (multiple location practices) at 1-800-821-6069 ext 4.

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Tom Doyle
Written by Tom Doyle
Tom Doyle is Frames Data’s Director of Marketing & Key Accounts, and has been working as a marketer within the optical industry for over 10 years. In that time he’s worked with many software companies on new integrations, and has developed an understanding of what works and what doesn’t. Tom is also keenly interested in productivity methodology, the color orange used in marketing, and karaoke. He is also a die-hard cat person.
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