Mapping Channels

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Channel Mapping (Map Fields Tab)

After you've created a new channel, adjust the products for your channel in the Map Fields tab. To make it easier for you, we'll automatically copy the Internal Fields, if available. To Map Fields fo…

Updated 3 years ago by Paweł

Choosing the Advertised Products (Include/Exclude Products Tab)

In this tab, you can specify which products you want to send to a given channel. You can also safely skip this section if you want to advertise all of your products. . In/Exclude Products. Include. I…

Updated 2 years ago by DataFeedWatch

Excluding Associated Variants (Include/Exclude Products Tab)

Exclude Associated Variants. You can use this to exclude all the products if a percentage of the variants is out of stock. Or if your most sold size or color of a product is out of stock. Example. Le…

Updated 3 years ago by Paweł

Adding Categories (Categorize Products Tab)

Categorize Products tab allows users to assign categories. It is usually one main category , and individual categories for product types based on fields or specific rules that can be specified here.…

Updated 3 years ago by DataFeedWatch

Comments on Mapping 💬

If you want to inform other sub-users about your changes on your data feeds and keep track of what the others have changed, now you can use the Comments on mapping feature, available in DataFeedWatch…

Updated 1 year ago by Ewa Kulik

How to Create a Custom Channel

DataFeedWatch supports +2000 channels , but if you want to add another customized channel, you can do it by setting up a custom channel. In Data Feed Watch, you can obtain the custom channel in the f…

Updated 5 months ago by Maria

Merging Variants

DataFeedWatch provides an option of merging product variants into one main product for some channels. This usually requires having a rule in the Mapping with IDs assigned to the variants. The field t…

Updated 3 years ago by Paweł


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