Product Grouping

A Walk-through on how to group your sibling variants for display in your widgets

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Written by Mollie Herbert
Updated over a week ago

Introduction πŸ“–

Product Grouping is a vital tool used to group variant(s) of a product that may not be direct variants in your product catalogue. When the setting is active, groups will be used to determine the review stats in widgets, For example providing the SKU of one product in a group, will return all reviews from that product group πŸ›πŸ€


βœ… Active account

⭐️ Available on Grow and Plus plans

Navigation πŸ“

  • Log into your account

  • Click into Collection >> Product Catalogue

  • You will then need to Enable the 'Manual Product Grouping'

βœ… After this is enabled, you can go back to Collection and choose 'Product Grouping'

Instructions βš™οΈ

From here you can:

  • Create Product Groups

  • Add Products to existing groups

  • Edit and Delete existing groups details

Once you have done so, if a SKU is picked up from that particular group, all SKUs within that group will automatically display through our widgets ⭐️

Bulk Product Grouping

You can also group your products in bulk, which may make this a lot easier for you if you have a lot of groups to add.

To group your products, head to Collection >> Product Catalogue >> Product Groups

Then choose 'Bulk Edit'

In order for the file to upload correctly, it must be formatted as below, with Column 1 containing SKUs, and Column 2 containing the Group Names.

Products can only be assigned to 1 group

Products that have already been assigned to a group will be moved to the newly created group name

Once your CSV file is created, you will need to use the 'choose file' button which will allow you to pick the file from your device.

The results will then be emailed to the email address shown, this will be the login email address, however, you can change this:

If you are happy with the CSV chosen and the email address added, then you can select 'Upload CSV'

Note: If you enter a product group name that already exists, the selected product(s) will be assigned to the existing group name, and products in the group previously will not be removed.

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