Good news, the last installment of the Pop Price Guide Migration is coming to a close.
If your collection is in good shape, feel free to skip below to see some of the new and soon-to-come features.
With the latest round of updates wrapping up, we’ve arrived at one of the final steps in the transfer of the original PPG site.
What this means is that if you’re still having issues with your collection, now is the time to ask for our help.
We’ll be able to fix any weird collection behavior from the transfer up until Sept. 25. If you believe you are missing items from your collection or wish list, have duplicate items or have any other concerns with your collection since the migration began, now is the time to ask for help (especially if you haven’t already).
We can fix it, but you have to act quickly! Let us know by messaging us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by clicking the green Contact hobbyDB button located on the right side of every page.
Now the fun stuff – What’s new
We’ve added a Total Collection Value Chart. Find it in your Showcase above your Top 10 list and alongside Estimated Value and the timestamp of that last time your collection was last calculated.
You’ll also notice that we spruced up how series and related subjects are displayed on item pages.
Sellers will also enjoy our updated seller form.
What’s coming soon
Now that the migration is nearly complete, we have a lot more freedom to create, update and upgrade many new features.
Among the new features coming are more items per page, initially in the Collection and Wish List Management pages. You’ll be able to set the amount of items you see per page to 5, 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 increments.
We’ll also be introducing the ability to sort by reference numbers in the database and in subjects.
Users will be able to have their own gallery with images of their collection, as well as pics of collector friends, photos from comic cons, etc. The best part is that it’s up to you when it comes to what you display.
That’s in addition to being able to set the currency for your collection.
We’ll also be adding the capability of adding even more price sources to the database, including from Mercari sales, for example.
Let us know
Remember, please let us know prior to Sept. 25 if issues remain with your collections. As always, we’re here to address any concerns by messaging us at email@example.com or by clicking the green Contact hobbyDB button on the right side of every page.