This article is rather long, so here is a quick overview graphic of all the information. Scroll down to find further information about each individual attribute type.
Names, Identifiers with letters, and other short values of text.
Longer pieces of plain text, eg. description, instructions and warranty content.
Used for content that uses styling, when exporting the content outputs in HTML format.
A numerical input that only allows for whole numbers. If you do not input the number correctly you will get an error message. Useable for Quantities, numerical identifiers, weight in grams, volume in ml/oz.
A numerical input that allows for decimal numbers.
For a set of options where only one option can apply at a time, i.e a color or size.
For a set of options where multiple options can apply simultaneously, i.e. color combinations or available retail outlets (webshop, retail store.
Fairly self-explanatory, some examples are launch dates, end of life dates etc.
Link to an external resource i.e. YouTube video or external documentation.
Used for all 'yes or no' questions for your products i.e. Diswasher Safe or Discontinued.
Encapsulate a linked file for a product i.e. main image or instruction booklet.
Encapsulate multiple linked files for a product i.e. packshots, in-use images, firmware updates.
Completeness attributes lets you choose how to track your product completion progress. Learn how to make them here.