Session Types act as templates for your sessions, and you should define one for each of the different types of sessions that you plan to offer. A couple of example session types include: "Family Sessions", "Mini Sessions", "Corporate Sessions", "Portrait Sessions", etc.
Your clients can view information about your Session Types through your Leads Page, and they can submit inquiries related to them from there as well, but a Session Type is not a bookable item. (Sessions are booked, Session Types are informational templates.)
Follow this article for a walkthrough on creating Session Types.
A Session is created to allow your clients to book a time and a date for a photo shoot with you. Sessions are always created from a Session Type, which acts as a template for the Session.
Sessions can be created as either a Single session or a Multi session.
- Single - These are individual sessions that are created for specific clients. These types of sessions generally include weddings, corporate events, dances, etc., and are generally a little longer in duration than the "multi" sessions that are described below.
- Multi - These sessions are created with multiple predefined time-slots available within them for a variety of clients to select from. These types of sessions generally include mini sessions, workshops, conferences, studio sessions, etc.
This article will show you how to a session up.