In our last video tutorial, we discussed how to create products using a comma-separate value (CSV) file. CSVs can allow you as a merchant to add products to your store in a faster and more automated way. But what happens when you need to tie products together, such as through variations and a configurable product?
Our latest video tutorial shows how you can create the variations and then link the products together in a way that allows for the products to be displayed on page. In the example in the video, if you have clothing in a few sizes and colors, you can have a size attribute and color attribute, and then the different variations of sizes and colors (which form a product matrix) are declared on the spreadsheet so you can tie them together into one product listing.
Similar to the previous CSV tutorial, you declare your data headers in the top row, and then each row relates to one individual product (designated by the SKU).
Learn more about the capabilities of the CSV file import for variations, and how to best use it, from our latest video tutorial below:
If you’d like to see some of the other tutorials we’ve created to help you learn Zoey, you can view a video playlist of them here. We've also put together a playlist of video tutorials for setting up a few different apps that work with Zoey.
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If you’re feeling limited or frustrated by your current ecommerce platform - if loading a large product catalog is taking you a long time, for instance - consider Zoey. The best way to get started is with a 14-day free trial. If you have questions about the capabilities of Zoey’s product tools, or some other aspect of Zoey, we recommend speaking with one of our sales engineers.