Product Configuration Reference
In the Product Detail’s tab, you can configure the Product’s SEO settings, applied Categories, specifications, and more.
General Product Details
|Catalog||Catalog associated with the Product; this association is permanent|
|Short Description||Short summary of the Product|
|Full Description||Longer description of the product|
|Friendly URL||The URL for the Product page|
|Meta Title||Product title to help search engines locate your products|
|Meta Description||Product description used by search engines|
|Meta Keyword||Keywords used by search engines|
|Label||The specification’s name|
|Value||The specification’s value|
|Group||Links the specification to another Specification Group|
|Position||Determines display order, beginning with the lowest number|
|Published||Enables the Product’s visibility and availability for sale in the Catalog|
|Display Date||Date the Product is first made available for sale in the Catalog|
|Expiration Date||Determines when the Product will no longer be available, if Never Expire is unchecked|
|Never Expire||Determines if a Product can be scheduled for expiration|
Product Options provide a convenient way to add custom fields to your Products. They can be used to create Product variants based on attributes (e.g., size, quantity, color, material), bundles, and more. See Using Product Options to learn more.
|Add Options||Field for Creating or applying existing Options to the Product|
|Options||List of Options added to the Product; click on an Option to edit its settings and values|
SKUs represent variants of a Product. See Creating SKUs for Product Variants to learn more.
By default, a Product’s SKUs inherit the specifications and configurations of their parent Product. However, you can override some of these configurations on an individual basis. See Overriding Product Level Information to learn more.
Users can upload product images and attachments. See Product Images and Product Attachments to learn more.
Use Product relations to connect related products. Once connected, these relations can be displayed on the product’s display page using the Product Publisher widget. See Related Products, Up-Sells, and Cross-Sells to learn more.
Create and manage subscription options for Products. Examples include magazines, service contracts with renewal options, and regularly consumed items. See Enabling Subscriptions for a Product to learn more.
By default, Products are visible across all Channels and Catalogs, you can limit visibility to specific Channels and Account Groups. See Configuring Product Visibility Using Channels and Configuring Product Visibility Using Account Groups for more information.