Merchants can edit basic information and product attributes to improve management efficiency.
A product category is a naming convention that describes the type of item you sell. Providing product category information can help customers browse and search for your store's products. It can increase your store's discoverability and help improve your ad performance. Product categories help determine how much your customer needs to pay in taxes or if a product is eligible for a custom return policy. At the same time, product categories help you to classify and manage products with different attributes. The product categories provided by Shoplazza are divided into two types: custom categories and Google categories. You can manage products by creating custom categories, or you can also add product categories from Google categories directly.
Categorize your products into collections to manage them easier. Displaying your products in different collections also makes for a better browsing experience.
After a merchant has published the review, it will be displayed to clients. Merchants can click "Settings" to customize, edit, reply and hide existing reviews.
Product Feed is a data source containing information about all products in the store. Through the data source, you can also upload all products in the store to different advertising platforms for promotion.
Create Product Feed by clicking “Product feed” on the SHOPLAZZA admin. After the Product Feed is generated, the corresponding Feed URL can be seen, and you can synchronize the products by uploading the URL to the connected platform. Currently, Facebook Feed, Bing Feed, Pinterest Feed, and Criteo Feed are supported.
Inventory is the quantity of a particular product that is available for sale.
Inventory tracking can help you avoid selling products that have run out of stock, or let you know when you need to order or make more of your product. You can view your inventory, and adjust your inventory levels in the Inventory section of Shoplazza admin. You can also view the history of inventory adjustments for products and variants whose inventory is being tracked by Shoplazza.
Merchants can record commodity storage information by adding new purchase orders. After creating a purchase order, merchants can view historical files and follow the purchasing dynamics.