You will need to be a Super Administrator or a Product Editor to do this.

Navigate to the create product screen

Hover over the product icon in the menu and click the + next to product library.

Add images of your product

Add up to 10 images of your product by clicking one of the squares, or dragging the images onto the squares.

Once you’ve added the photos, you can drag them to re-arrange the order. The image in the large square is considered the product’s main image and will be the one shown in the product listings.

Images must be a JPG, PNG or GIF file and be less than 100kb in size. You may need to use a tool like reduce images if your images are larger.

Enter your product’s information

Start entering your product’s data. The tooltips will give you some guidance on what the fields are.

Each product must have at least a GTIN or supplier item code before you can save it.

It’s a good idea to add your product’s global product classification, because other users can browse through these categories easily. If your product is correctly classified, others are more likely to find it.

Enter your product’s price

Find out more about adding prices here.

Add your product to a catalogue

You must be a Super Administrator or a Catalogue Editor to do this.

Find out more about adding your product to a catalogue here.

Preview your product

Previewing a product will give you an idea of how it will look to someone outside of your organisation.

Save your product

Now that all the information has been entered, you can save it! You can view all of your products in your product library. Find out how to navigate your product library here.

One final note

A product can only be seen by the public if:

  1. The product has an effective date in the past (relative to when the user is viewing the product) AND
  2. The product is in a catalogue that is visible to the public. Learn about catalogues here.

A product can be seen by other specified organisations if:

  1. The product is in a catalogue that is visible to that organisation specifically. Learn about catalogues here.