Editing A Product

Easily change pricing, color selection, and how the product is displayed on your storefront.
Updated 1 month ago

You are able to alter product details on the store's homepage under Products. Once within the Products tile, you are able to select the specific item you are wanting to change. From the Tasks dropdown, you will be prompted with options.

Below is a walk-through of commonly asked questions!
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Arrange products and colors

This option allows you to change the default color of the main product image as well as the order in which they show on the storefront. 

To change the default color you will select the pencil icon under the garment. To change the order, select the item, and while holding down, manually move the icon to the desired location. 

If your products are organized into categories, to change how they appear on your storefront, you will need to go to Categories from your Sales Portal under Products. 

From here you will need to select into each category and from the task drop down, select Arrange products and colors

Edit Colors

If you would like to change the color selection offered on this product, you will select Edit colors from the Tasks dropdown. 

Once here, you will see all colors offered within the product selected as well as the correlating mockups which will show on the storefront. When a color is selected, a checkmark will show on the color icon. 

Edit Design

You are able to easily update a design without needing to delete and recreate variances! Simply select Edit design from the Tasks dropdown. 

This will take you through the same flow as when a new product is created. Once you have made the appropriate changes, you will confirm the garment colors and select to Save product

To save time, the system will still reflect the garment colors previously selected!

Edit Price

You are able to edit either the fixed price, fixed percentage, or fixed sales price. The system will automatically calculate the sales price (the cost to your customer) and your profit! 

When selecting a fixed markup, your customer's final sales price may fluctuate as garment and decoration prices change.

When selecting a fixed sales price, your customer's final sales price will not change, but your margin is subject to change based on fluctuating garment and decoration costs.

TIP: If looking to pass along bulk discounts to your end customer through their white-label store, such as advertising to order more and save less, you will need to set up products to use a markup instead of a fixed price.

Any changes you make to the product will immediately reflect on the storefront! 

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