To following are the requirements to import images into Quick Sale:
The product must exist in Quick Sale before importing the image
JPG or PNG formats are supported
To import the images:
Rename each image filename to its corresponding Item ID, for example, for Item ID 1234-1 name the image file as 1234-1.jpg (for jpeg files) or 1234-1.png (for png files)
Compress (zip) all the files, for example, "images.zip" or "new-images-12-01-2020.zip", etc.
To send the images file to Quick Sale, you can use email, Dropbox or any document sharing service installed on your device, for example, OneDrive, GoogleDrive, Box, etc.
Using E-Mail to send the images to Quick Sale:
Rename the .zip file extension to .QuickSaleInventory, for example, from images.zip to images.QuickSaleInventory
Email the file to the iPad
Open the email on the iPad and tap on the icon of the attached file
Tap Open In Quick Sale
* If Quick Sale is not listed in the “Open In...” menu then make sure that the file extension was correctly changed, the method used depends on the type of computer that you are using (Mac, Windows, etc.). If you are not sure, search the internet for instructions on how to rename a file extension on your specific operating system.
Using Dropbox to send the images to Quick Sale:
First time only: Configure the default Dropbox Documents Folder in Quick Sale > Settings > Configure Dropbox > Select Document Folder
Rename the images compressed .zip file extension to .QuickSaleInventory
Copy the file to the default Dropbox Documents Folder (specified in step 1)
Go to Products
Tap Import/Export > Import Inventory > From Dropbox
A list of files from the default Documents Folder should appear. Select the file and then tap Import.