How to Apply Rules to a Lists of Products

Posted on June 19, 2015 by Jacques van der Wilt

How to Apply Rules to Lists of Products

Sometimes you want to make changes to a number of products that have nothing in common. They are not the same product type or color, no common word in the description, no price-similarities, nothing.

Apply a rule to a few random products

Applying the rule to just a few products is easy: you enter the condition IF ID = … or ‘Matches Regexp 32 | 33 | 34 | But if you want the rule to apply to hundreds or thousands of products, that is too cumbersome. 

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Apply a rule to many different products: Upload a List

That is why you can now apply any rule to a number of products that are in a list that you can upload. You simply use ‘is in list’ as the condition. You then upload a list with (for example) all IDs of the products that you want the rule to apply to.

 

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This will give you total flexibility to create any rule for any random group of products!

 

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Written by Jacques van der Wilt

Jacques van der Wilt, Founder & CEO at DataFeedWatch is an eCommerce industry leader specialized in online marketing.
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