How To Login and Add Products Online

How to Login:

  1. select Login to get into your account
  2. click Dashboard button (not from the drop down list)
  3. click: Products
  4. click  Add New to begin adding your first product

The meaning of each section: 

Product Name: 
This will be the title on your product.  It becomes the products page title.  We recommend this not being too long. 

Product Description: 
This goes below your product, on the product page and usually is in more detail. Include everything you might want the customer to know about your product. If you put this product on backorder because you have to make it, this would be a good place to mention how long the turnaround would be. 

Also if you can not ship your item, here is a good place to tell the customers that this item is by local pick only, and that option will be seen in the cart.

If your item is customizable, please add a note to have the customers add the item to the cart. But in the cart “notes” have them add the customization details there.  You may want to add in this section, your limits on customization. 

Product Short Description:
This is what goes beside the image on the right and this is what shows up in the customer cart. This can be point form.

Product Image: 
The main image the customer sees when they come to your products page. This is also the image that is shown on the social media shop. 

Product Gallery:
Is where you upload multiple images of your item. Example different angles, closeups, defects (as is items) etc.

Product Categories: 

Select the appropriate categories that suit your item(s). This list will slowly populate. If you don’t see a category to suit your product, just put “Other”. The administrators of the page will take note of your item and create a category for your product and select them for you. 

Product Tags: 
Use keywords to describe your products, separate all by commas. ex, slippers, wool, knit etc.  This is good for customers who use the search bar to find your items, taking them to Google or our website.

“Sync With Square”, click box “Send product data to Square”. This must be clicked so that we can see the items on our Point of Sale system.

Adding Products (Under Product Data):

For One Product (Simple): 

  1. Chose “Simple Product” from the drop down
  2. Click General:
    1. Enter Prices (Regular Price, Sale Prices etc.)
  3. Click Inventory: Refer to screenshot
    1. Enter a SKU which should include your code at the beginning (ex. DCD_word or DCD__###)
    2. Click  box for stock management and enter in quantity
    3. If you don’t have this available but can make it, click “Allow, but notify customer”, or if you started off with 10 items, and sell out but can make it (click this as well)
    4. If you want to be notified of low stock, enter in the low stock number
  4. Under Shipping:
    1. If you want the customers to have the option of having the item shipped to them, you must provide these details.
  5. Under Linked Products
    1. Upsells: You can link to your own products if you have more than one product available.
    2. Cross-Sells offer options to the customers of other products you sell, at the cart.
  6. Under Attributes: (Skip for now)
  7. Under Pinterest: (Skip for now)
Sku's, stock and Backorders
Sku’s, stock and Backorders

For Multiple Products With Multiple Variants: 

Refer to Screenshots below

  1. Chose “Variable Product” ,from the drop down. Same process for “Variable Subscriptions” coming soon.
  2. Under General: (Skip) – This will be filled in each variant
  3. Under Inventory: (Skip) – This will be filled in each variant
  4. Under Shipping: (Skip) -Unless all products are the same weight/size
  5. Under Linked Products
    1. Upsells: You can link to your own products if you have more than one product available.
    2. Cross-Sells offer options to the customers of other products you sell, at the cart.
  6. Click Attributes
    1. Click Add New
      1. Under Name: Write a name (ex. colour, size, material) 
      2. Under Value: Write each out with | between each (ex. blue|green|red)
      3. Click Save Attributes button
    2. Click Variations
      1. Click “Generate Variations” (you will see all your variations based on the attributes showup)
      2. A Message pops up asking if each variation is the same price, if they click “Add Price”.  If not enter each variation as a different price, you can adjust them in the next step
      3. Click “edit” at the far right of your variation. This will open more options. (do this for each)
      4. Now you can set the image for each, enter a modified sku  (ex. DCD_wordRED or DCD_###RED)
      5. This is also a good place to click “Manage Stock” therefore you can indicate how many you have on hand or if they are on backorder (where you have to make them or acquire them), shipping etc. . 


For shipping, simple or variable products, please fill in the weights and dimensions of your products.

If the variations have different weights or sizes, fill in the weights and dimensions per variable. Otherwise just fill in the information on main shipping page and it will fill in the information per variant for you.

This is important for using the shipping apps, otherwise your product will use the default shipping price.

Saving Your Work: 

Save Draft:
If you are not ready to publish your product because for example you forgot how many you had in stock, click this. This is also good to click once and awhile.

Preview Changes: 
Shows what your item will look like based on the details you provided. 

Submit For Review: 
If you are ready to publish having put in all the details ready for customers to see, click this. Admins will review it and publish it on your behalf.

Things to Note:

If you are a vendor also located in the store, you must have an adequate amount of stock located at the store itself or be able to bring in the item within 24 hours. This is so that we can ship it within 24-48 hours, if someone places an order online. 

Alternatively to having the stock in store, you can mark as backorder. This will let your customers know that it will be time before it is sent out to ship. Unless an item needs to be made, then add that to the description. For example, This item is made on demand and takes up to 2 weeks to ship.

Examples of this:

  1. You are a vendor who buys from another company for resale
  2. You have to make the item, and deliver to ABW, to ship
  3. You have to make the item and ship for the customer
  4. You have the item, but have to deliver to ABW, to ship