Multiple Import

How Import Multiple Items Into StylebookOnce you’ve mastered how to take photos that work with Stylebook’s background tools, you’ll probably want to add the bulk of your wardrobe to your virtual closet as quickly as you can. We always recommend starting with your favorite in-season clothes first, so you don’t get overwhelmed by trying to add everything. If you do decide to jump right in and add a large number of clothes, then you’ll want to know about our multi-import options! If you select the “Take Multiple Photos” option or turn the “Continuous Import” setting on, you’ll be able to add items one right after the other, without reopening the import screen for each  photo. Read how below! (Available in Stylebook 7.0)

Take Multiple Photos

With this option, the camera will instantly reappear after you import the first clothing item, allowing you to add items one right after the other. You take the photo, remove the background, file it, and then take the next picture. Removing the background right away gives you the opportunity to make sure that your photos work well with the background removal tools. Re-taking a photo so it works with the background tools is much faster than manual erasing. Here are our photo tips on how to get photos that work well with the automatic background tools.

How To Take Multiple Photos Into Stylebook

How To Take Multiple Photos With The Camera

  1. Select the “+” on the home screen
  2. Select “Add Clothing”
  3. Tap “Take Multiple Photos”
  4. Take your first picture
  5. Remove the photo’s background
  6. Select the category where you’d like it to be filed
  7. The camera will reappear and you can photograph your next item of clothing right away
  8. When you’re done importing tap “Cancel” on the camera screen
The first time you import an image a reminder will indicate that you're in multi-import mode

The first time you import an image, a reminder will indicate that you’re in multi-import mode

Tip: Photograph clothing items that are the same color one right after the other so your backdrop color works well with each one. When you’re done with the first group, move to the next color group and change the backdrop if necessary.

Continuous Import

This option allows you to add items from the Camera Roll and other iPhoto albums one right after the other. If you have many photos saved in the photos app already, you can import them without diving through all the menus over and over. This is an option that you can turn on and off since you will most likely only want to use multiple items the first few times you add photos to Stylebook. Once most of your closet has been added, you’ll most likely only be adding items as you buy them. Below are instructions on how to turn on Continuous Import and how to use the feature once it’s activated.

How To Turn On Continuous Import

This feature is currently available for the iPhone only

  1. Tap “Help” on the home screen
  2. Select “Settings” (you may have to scroll down to see it)
  3. Toggle the “Continuous Import” button so it’s green
  4. To turn it off, toggle the “Continuous Import” button so it’s grey

How To Change Multiple Import Settings

How To Use Continuous Import

  1. Make sure you follow the steps above to turn on the Continuous Import setting
  2. Select the “+” on the home screen
  3. Select “Add Clothing”
  4. Tap “Choose From Album”
  5. Select the Camera Roll or album where you saved your clothing photos and tap the photo you want to add
  6. Remove the photo’s background
  7. Select the category where you’d like it to be filed
  8. The album will reappear and you can add your next item of clothing right away
  9. When you’re done importing tap “Cancel” on the album screen How to import multiple photos into Stylebook

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