Introducing CellarTracker.org (Beta)

Discussion in 'Cellaring Beer' started by trickytunadicky, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. nathanmiller

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    Okay finally turned my first closet of beers into a spreadsheet. Just one question: how do I share the list with people who don't have an account (i.e. for my profile here)? Thanks for your hard work!
     
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  2. trickytunadicky

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    It is currently in development, and at the top of the to do list (aside from any bugs that pop up hindering immediate usage, of course). In the mean time you can export to CSV and load to Google Docs.
     
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  3. trickytunadicky

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    Sharing your cellar is now available for beta testing, and with that we have also launched an alternate URL for the site: haveuseenmycellar.com

    Here are some quick instructions on how to make your cellar publicly available to anonymous users.
    Step 1: Log into the application and navigate to "My Cellars"
    Step 2: Click "Edit" on the cellar you would like to share.
    Step 3: Click the "Access Control" tab.
    Step 4: Under the "Anonymous Access" section change the setting to yes.
    Step 5: You will see the "Include in Public Directory" field come up. Click "yes" if you want your cellar to be publicly browsable. The default is "no." Recommendation is to keep this setting until Step 7 is complete, then change to "yes" if desired.
    Step 6: Click the "Save" button in that section to save your changes.
    Step 7: Review the "Anonymous Views" tab to ensure that anonymous users only see the views you want them to see, and make any adjustments accordingly.
    Step 8: You may now go back and add your cellar to the Public Directory if desired or use the "link to cellar" information that has now appeared in the "Anonymous Access" section to share the cellar to specific individuals of your choosing via link.
     
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  4. trickytunadicky

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    Probably more exciting for us than anyone following our progress here, but it's srs bsns when you order business cards.
     
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  5. brother rebus

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    Any way to import an existing list from excel?
    Thnx in advance
     
  6. fear025

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    Yes, you basically export your excel file to a .csv file. Once you have created a cellar in the app, click the Import button. It should explain the process pretty clearly. Feel free to ask questions, or give us suggestions!
     
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  7. fear025

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    Bar Code Scanning has just been added as a new feature! To try it out, click on "Scan Barcode" in the new item page, then click the button that appears in the new window, and take a picture of the Bar Code.
    For now, the Bar Code must be scanned horizontally.
    Some items may not be found, but every new Bar Code we add will help to build the database.
     
  8. tennispl

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    If this is even close to working, I'm fucking excited.
     
  9. trickytunadicky

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    It's out there in beta for you to try. So far what I have found is that if it is beer from the store it works pretty alright but if it is special release stuff it has to go in the old fashioned way...but if anyone takes the minute to add a barcode if there is one, the database gets updated for everyone else.
     
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  10. nathanmiller

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  11. PepeSylvia

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    I am finally starting to use this.
    I went and took a few pictures of bar-codes, then entered them afterwards using the pictures I took. That method will probably work well for me. Nice feature.

    Thanks
     
  12. sharpski

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    trickytunadicky the transfer from CellarHQ's .csv seemed to go OK, your site reflects the correct bottle count, but several beers are not visible in inventory.
     
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  13. fear025

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    Go ahead and email the .csv file to cellartracker@cellartracker.org , and let us know what's missing, and we will take a look at it.
     
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  14. nathanmiller

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    Let's say I was stupid enough to choose a set of styles that doesn't include meads and I now have put a 750 of the Statement into my cellar.

    How can I fix this without a massive data re-entry?
     
  15. fear025

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    If you go into your Cellar's Page, and click "Edit", you should be able to change what style set you are using (and then click Save). We automatically translate as much as we can, but some styles still may be translated to "Unknown" if we can't match stuff up correctly.

    To figure out which style set you want to use, I recommend creating a new Cellar, and viewing all of the styles sets that are available.
     
  16. nathanmiller

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    Boom, thank you!