David M. Bueker wrote:As an early adopter I had to personally create many of the German wines in the database. It was indeed worth it.
Peter May wrote:How many different wines are you working with Jenise?
Eric LeVine wrote:Jenise, I wish you had emailed me before you were all done. I could have easily removed or reordered the offending column had I realized it was causing you trouble.
Per the FAQ:
"UserWine1 - UserWine8: Users can import up to 8 different fields describing the wine. Typically these include the name of the producer, the varietal, proprietary names, appellations, country, wine color and type etc. Please note that these fields are not imported, but rather they are concatenated together to help you search for a matching wine in CellarTracker. Only UserWine1 is required."
Too late now, sorry.
Please do see my email from last night re: your last three stragglers. (Which I mapped but am just waiting to hear back from you on before importing.)
Jenise wrote:Jim, I didn't take any pains to not make it public, so I guess so. I'm Neecies. View away, but promise not to laugh.
James Dietz wrote:I'm not even going to ask what that means.....
David M. Bueker wrote:Now a fan and friends with Jenise on CellarTracker, and desptie the fact that we share many palate preferences, we only have 34 wines in common. I didn't think it would be a huge number, but I am shocked it's that low.
Dale Williams wrote:The fan designation is one of my favorite parts of CT. When you open a wine page with 50 notes, easy/timesavings just to scan for those that you are a fan of. All notes are data points, but seeing a TN from someone I feel I have a sense of is way more valuable.
When I joined CT I had less wine than now, but I had some slightly quirky stuff, so had to create quite a few wines. But as use exploded and database way expanded, other than a few added vintages I can't remember the last time I needed to add a wine.