Using Product Filters

How to use Attribute and Relationship filters to find products in the Plytix PIM faster

This article explains the different ways you can use filters to find products in your Plytix account quickly and efficiently. 

 

Finding the product filter function

Attribute filters

Relationships filters

Saving Filters

Clearing Filters

 

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Product filters

Narrow down the products you see in the Product Overview table.

  1. Click on 'Products' in the navigation menu.
  2. Choose 'All products' from the dropdown.

Product Filters are found on the right side menu of the Product Overview page. There are two filter types: Attributes and Relationships. These can be used together to narrow your selection.

 

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Attribute Filters

To use attribute filters: 

  1. Click on the '+' icon next to Attributes.

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  2. From the dropdown, select the attribute for which you would like to filter.
  3. Choose the operator.
  4. Select the value you want to filter for, then click 'Apply filter'.Using Product Filters - Vertical

💡  You can further narrow or broaden your search by stacking filters on top of one another. To do this, click 'AND' or 'OR' and follow the process to add a filter. 

 

The Product Overview table will now show the results of your chosen filters.

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ℹī¸  Each attribute type has a specific set of conditions that can be selected to change the parameters of the filter. To learn what types of conditions there are for every attribute type, see the article:  Attribute Types.

 


Relationship Filters

To use relationship filters: 

  1. Click on the '+' icon next to Relationships.Using Product Filters
  2. From the dropdown, select the relationship for which you would like to filter. 
  3. Choose 'is defined' or 'is not defined'.
  4. Click 'Apply filter' to search for all SKUs that fit the filter or click 'All SKUs Selected' to select specific SKUs.4-1
  5. If you selected specific SKUs, define the quantity of related products for which you want to filter. 4
  6. Click 'Apply filter'. 

The Product Overview table will now show the results of your chosen filters. 

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ℹī¸  At this time, you cannot filter on more than one relationship. 

 


Saving your filters

You can also save your filters to a smart list, so you can reload your filtering conditions another time.

To do this: 

  1. Click the 'Save filters' icon at the top of the filters section.


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  2. Select 'Create a new list' and give your list a name.
  3. Click 'Save'.

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💡 Load a saved filter anytime by clicking 'Load list'. You can also access these lists under the Product Lists page. 

 


Clearing Filters

When you want to view a different set of filters or return to an unfiltered view of all of your products, you can remove one filter at a time or all filters at once.

To remove one filter, hover over it and click the trash can icon.6

To remove all selected filters, click on 'Clear Filters' at the bottom of the filters menu.

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