We have one new wrinkle to announce, concerning the ShalomCloud shopping cart.
Until now, the items in the shopping cart consisted of the name of the item, a description, and a price. (By the way, that price could be zero, or could be user-determined). All well and good. But — what if you needed to collect some additional information from the “buyer”?
- For a class, the names of the attendees
- Same thing for a community Seder
- If you’re selling Hamantaschen, who will be picking up the order?
If you have asked for that additional information, when someone places that item into the cart, the program will provide a place for the response.
In turn, the purchase queries include the question-answer pair.
Last item of note — the email to the “buyer.” Thinking that, more often than not, those emails will appear on a cell phone, we’ve formatted the response to appear vertically.
Here’s how it looks on a computer monitor:
And here’s how it looks on a cell phone:
To see a video of the end-to-end process, please access this link: