Product Filtering

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  1. List products that don’t have a category or pictures, so that these problems can be fixed before sending the feed to the channel and receiving a myriad of errors.

  2. List products that are in condition “Used like new” and have wording “Brand New” in their titles.

Setting up new Filters

Filters are available for Inventory level products.

  1. Go to Inventory > Products,

  2. Click on the tab “New filter” to set up a new filter.

  3. First, provide a filter name, and start adding fields and conditions.

There are 98 different fields and 14 logical operators you can utilize while programming your filters. You can enter infinitely many conditions and run the filter for all conditions or for at least one, depending on your needs. Please refer to the document Template Fields” for more information regarding these fields.

Filters can be deleted by clicking on the X icon at the top right corner of the filter tab. You can also edit the active filter by clicking on the text “Edit filter”.

 

Product filters

Examples:

 

Filter

Field

Operator

Value

List items without pictures

Product.ImageUrl

is blank

 

List items without Categories

Product.Categories

is blank

 

List AltSKU items

Product.AliasMode

is equal to

1

List Items with GTIN number

Product.BarcodeType

is Equal to

6

List item names have “ABB” in it

Product.Name

contains

ABB

List item names start with “ABB”

Product.Name

Starts with

ABB

List item brand names do not have “ABB” in it

Product.BrandName

Does not contain

ABB

List NEW items

Product.Condition

Is equal to

NEW

List items cost more than $10

Product.Cost

Is greater than

10

List Items that have RED in their descriptions

Product.Description

contains

RED

List items that are discontinued

Product.Discontinued

Is True

 

List items that are FBA

Product.isFba

Is True

 

List items have FBA Fee > $10

Product.FbaFee

Is greater than

10

List child items

Product.IsChild

Is True

 

List items with parent “XXXX”

Product.ParentSku

Is equal to

XXXX

 

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