Uploading a CSV template into your Channel

How to upload a CSV template into your Channel to mirror specific requirements

Many third party channels (Amazon, Wayfair, eBay, Home Depot, and the list goes on…) have their own set of requirements when it comes to product data. For each channel you need a different set of attributes (some of them being mandatory, others optional) that should come in a specific naming convention and format. Usually this information is provided in a spreadsheet template that needs to be filled out. In this article you will learn how to upload any CSV template into your Channel to mirror any requirements. 


Upload CSV template

Mapping Attributes 

Edit CSV template




Upload CSV template

Within a Channel you are now able to upload a CSV file template to mirror any template for a given channel. By simply matching attributes living in your PIM with the ones in the CSV template you will save a lot of time. 

ℹ️ The CSV template should contain in the header row in each column a different attribute name to be read by our system correctly.

To upload a CSV template, simply:

  1. Head to the "Attributes" tab within your Channel
  2. Click on "Upload CSV template". 




Mapping Attributes

Once you have uploaded the CSV template, you can match the required fields for the specific Channel with the attributes living in your PIM. 

To do so:

  1. Click on the attribute you wish to map


  2. Map it either with an already existing attribute OR create a computed field



ℹ️ The attributes that you leave unmatched will still get displayed in the header row of the CSV file generated by this Channel but will not display any values.


Edit CSV template

If you have already some attributes in your Channel (by either adding them manually or uploading a CSV template) and choose to upload another CSV template you will have two options:

  1. Add attributes from the CSV template to the channel
  2. Remove all and replace existing attributes




When uploading a CSV template, not only the required output labels will be automatically displayed in the final URL feed generated by the Channel, but also the order of them. 

The attributes will automatically be displayed in the manual sorting order of the template file. This means you will save a lot of time not having to manually change under the "Format tab" the output labels and the order of the attributes in which they should be displayed for each channel you are sending your data to. 




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