Archive a Client Record

Archive a Client Record





To archive a client record, login to your account on the rxphoto website at App.rxphoto.com.  Find the client you'd like to archive.  Click the ellipsis at the far right side of the client record and choose Archive.  Click Confirm.  Once a client is archived you can no longer see the client's record on the website or on your mobile devices. 

Archive a Client Record

1. Log in to the RxPhoto Website from any computer browser.
2. Find the name of the client whose record will be archived.
Click on the three dots on the right side of the client's name from the Client List on the  RxPhoto Website.
4. Click "Archive."




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