Using Filters on Channel Level

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Filter your products based on multiple attributes or even write your own filtering rules to optimize your product listings.

Introducing Product Filtering (Beta)

You can filter your products based on multiple attributes or even write your own filtering rules to optimize your product data and listings.

This feature will help you find product data with specific statuses and save the time you would typically lose while having to unnecessarily review potentially hundreds or thousands of products.

You can use an endless amount of filters with conditions to locate the information you need.

Filter your products on category, brand, quantity, alias, fulfillment type, or anything you can imagine with this flexible and powerful filtering feature.

As we develop this functionality we will extend this and use it in the other components of our platform.

Using filters you can:

  1. Review products that don’t have any categories or pictures. These can then be fixed before sending the feed to the channel reducing the chances of error messages.
  2. Review products whose condition is “Used like new” but have wording like “Brand New” in their titles. You can then easily correct these errors.

Setting up new Filters at Channel Level

Once you create a filter, it will be available for all of your channels. Once created, you can use this for all channel statuses on each channel as well.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you create a filter that shows only child products then parents won't show. 

Here are the steps to follow.

1- Go to Channel > Channel Products and click on the tab “New filter” to set up a new filter.

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2- Provide a filter name and start adding fields and conditions.

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In this example, the system will gather all parents on the channel.

There are 98 different fields and 14 logical operators you can utilize while programming your filters. You can enter an infinite number of conditions and apply the filter for all conditions or for at least one, depending on your needs.

Filters can be deleted by clicking on the X icon at the top right corner of the filter tab.

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 You can also edit the active filter by clicking on the text “Edit filter”.

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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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