My Sets lists all of the active sets you have started, regardless of their published status.You can add, edit, upgrade or delete coins in My Sets. You can delete your set and inventory. You can also add, edit or delete your set description and change your set preferences. In addition, What If? Scenarios are performed in My Sets.
Edit your set description and preferences:
Step 1. Click the My Sets link on the right menu bar. All sets you have started are listed.
Step 2. Click the View link by the set you wish to update.
Step 3. Click the Edit link which appears in the information box.
Step 4. You can change your set name, add or change a description of your set, and change your preferences on this particular set.
Step 5. Click the Update link to save your changes.
If you have added new inventory, you may wish to make updates to your sets. If you have added inventory using the option to “Add these coins to all of your existing sets which they match or replace coins if the rating of the new coin is higher,” the program will automatically add the new items to sets that qualify. If that is the case, skip Step 3 below.
Step 3. Option 1: Locate the item(s) you wish to add/replace by finding the information listed in the Add/Replace column. If you are adding a new coin, the column will say Add Coin. If you are replacing a coin, the column will say Replace Coins. Click the link for Add Coin or Replace Coins.
Option 2: Use the Add Best Available Items to Empty Slots link which will automatically add a coin to your set.
Step 4. Select the replacement coin by clicking the Replace link.
Step 5. Click the Commit or Rollback button.
Step 6. To publish your changes, click the Commit button.
Deleting coins from sets:
There are three different options for deleting coins. 1) Delete coins from the set. 2) Delete coins from all registered sets. 3) Delete coins from inventory.
Step 3. Check the coin(s) you wish to delete from the sets in the box in the left column and then select one of the three options:
Delete checked coins from this set only removes the inventory item from the set on which you are working. The item will remain in other sets in which you may have it registered and it will not be removed from your inventory.
Delete checked coins from all my registered sets will remove the item from all the sets in which it is registered, but it will not be removed from your inventory.
Delete checked coins from My Inventory will remove the item from all registered sets and inventory.
Step 4. Click OK or Cancel.
Delete a set:
You can delete a set and keep your inventory intact, or you can delete a set and all the inventory registered in that set.
Step 2. Click the View link by the set you wish to delete.
Step 3. Select one of two options:
Delete Set only removes the set from the Registry but does not delete your inventory or affect your other sets.
Delete Set and Inventory will remove the set from the Registry and all inventory registered in that set and other sets.
If you delete a set by accident and wish it reactivated, contact email@example.com.
Note, however if you have placed any of the inventory items from that set in a like set composite, that inventory will not be restored with the reactivated set. Inventory cannot be used in two sets of the same type.
If you delete a set that is over 90% complete, it is considered retired and is automatically placed in the All Time Finest category.You will not be able to start another set of the same set composite using the same inventory items. If you wish the set reactivated, which will allow you to re-use the inventory items, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you wish to delete a set that is over 90% complete and re-use the certification numbers in another "like" set composite, first delete the coins from the set, then delete the empty set. Follow the steps for "Deleting coins from sets."
Adding images from within your set:
Step 2. Click the View link by the set to which you wish to add images.
Step 3. Click the Upload link by the coin to which you wish to add an image.
Step 4. Click the Browse button.
Step 5. You must select your image file location. Locate your image file by clicking the down arrow in the Look in box and finding the file folder that stores your images. Generally, your images will be stored in My Pictures in My Documents on your C drive (or in the MAC in your Pictures folder on your home directory), but you may also upload images from other folders and drives such as a CD/DVD drive.
Highlight your image file so that it appears in the File Name box and click the Open button.This will place the file location in the Browse box.
Step 6. To add the image, click the Upload link. The image will appear as a thumbnail in the image column.
To add more images to this coin, repeat Steps 1-4 above.
To delete an image, go to My Inventory, select View Coin and delete the image.
What if? Scenarios:
The What if? function allows you to see what the addition of one or more coins will do for your set rating, cost, and value. Comparing your set to the #1 set and the next best set in your category, you can see what it will take to advance your set.
Step 1. Click the My Sets link on the right menu bar. All the sets you have started are listed.
Step 2. Click the View link by the set for which you wish to use the What If? function.
Step 3. Click the What if? link.
Your set will appear with a column for PCGS numbers and a column for grade.Your coins which are registered in the set will appear in the PCGS column with the PCGS number and description. The grade and price of your coins will appear with an asterisk in the grade column.
Step 4. Use the down arrow in the PCGS No. column and to select the coin you are thinking about adding to your set. Then use the down arrow column in the Grade column to select the grade. The value associated with the grade is from the PCGS Price Guide.
The Weighted Rating column gives you the weight of the item times the grade which would be use to calculate your rating in the set.
As you add items to your set, the What If? column will fill in. You can compare your set with the changes to the Next Ranked set and the #1 Set in the Registry.
The total value of your current set is listed in the Total Price row in the Current column. As you add items to your set, you can see the Total Price of additional purchases and the cost (your current value minus the value of the coins you are adding) in the What If? column.
Step 5. To reset your set to current items, click the Reset to my Current Set Items link.
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