Fuse UI - Mapping Product Import Data

Fuse UI - Mapping Product Import Data


Products imported using Fuse need to be mapped before they are added to Omnyfy. Marketplace Owners and Vendors can map their connected store after successfully linking it.

NOTE: You will need to ensure you have the necessary product attributes ready before you can map. See the product attributes guide for mapping here: Fuse UI - Creating brand and custom product attributes for mapping
NOTE: The only product types that are currently supported to be created via import are Simple Products and Configurable Products. Bundle, Grouped, Virtual or Downloadable Products are currently not available to import via Fuse.
NOTE: All products imported will have a default weight of 0.001 (kg or lbs depending on locale) if the weight value is empty from the original platform/feed.
NOTE: Special characters in the content can cause issues in the integration, such as delays or conversion of text. Please keep this in mind with the content from your original source, and if possible keep it clean from using special characters.

Once the store is connected, go to Marketplace Management > Fuse > Manage Store Connections.

Find your connected store, and in the action column on the right, choose Select > Map Data

Here you will be able to see a few tabs on the left once it loads the new page.

NOTE: Before you start mapping, you will need to sync some of these attributes first as a requirement. Go down the tabs until you sync all tabs, and then you can start to save it. 

Once you have synced everything you need to, there will be fields that need to be mapped before you can save it. These are:
- Default Attribute Set
- Default Warehouse
- General: SKU Prefix
- General: Website

Populate these fields, and it will allow you to save. 

IMPORTANT: Products will only be imported / synced to the marketplace if the product's category, brand and all relevant attributes are mapped. If any of these attributes are not mapped for the product, it will be skipped.

Map Categories

First you will need to sync your categories. When the categories are synced, all the available categories from the store will be loaded in the left column.

The category mapping dropdown is a multi-select, so you can add multiple categories.

Map Attribute Sets

This will be based on the type of products you have. Once again, you will need to ensure you sync your Attribute Sets data from your store before you see it on the left side.

The attribute set mapping is a single select.
NOTE: If the additional attribute sets for a product is not mapped, it will fall back to use the Default Attribute Set. This may mean that additional attributes will not be synced.

Map Attribute and Options

Mapping attributes and its options can be done only to attributes that have the option added to be mapped in Omnyfy. Ensure you sync all of the attributes first. When the attributes are showing on the left column, you'll be able to see what is the attribute, and options that you can map to (if applicable). On the middle column, the option will be blank at first. You will need to select the Attribute to map, before you can select the attribute options.
NOTE: An attribute is the type of parameter, and an option is the individual selection of that parameter. Eg Colour = Attribute. Blue, Yellow, Green are all Attribute Options.
NOTEGoogle Feed and WooCommerce - The attributes that are available to be mapped can include Google Feed Custom Product Detail Attributes (https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/9218260) and WooCommerce Attributes (https://woocommerce.com/document/managing-product-taxonomies/#product-attributes), however these are restricted with mapping to only text fields (ensure the fields are in the attribute set). These attributes will appear below the attributes that are required for linking children products, on the mapping page.
NOTE: If the attribute type does not include options, you will only be able to map it with text attributes. If the attribute type includes options, you will be able to map it to dropdown attributes.

1. Text Attributes Example

2. Dropdown Attributes Example

Once you select the Attribute, you then need to select Load Options. This will load the options from the marketplace to allow you to map. You can also choose to ignore mapping this attribute by using the Ignore column

The options that are loaded can then be mapped manually, by selecting the dropdown.

Adding Attribute Options that don't exist in the dropdown

You can also choose to just add the options if they don't exist. There are 2 ways.

You can map each option manually by selecting the Add options to Attribute link on the right of the option itself. This will add the option to the dropdown and assign that option automatically. This is only applicable to dropdown attributes.

You can also choose the Add All Options to Attribute  (available in Omnyfy v2 only)   button on the right of the Attribute, if you'd like to automate and add / map the attribute options in one go. This will find search the list of available attribute options from the marketplace, and map any matching data. If it's not a match, it will add it to the list and assign it.

Map Brands

Brands can be mapped to the specific Brand Attribute in the configuration.

NOTE: The Brands attribute needs to be set up and configured first, before you can map this data in a store. See the guide here:  Creating a Brand Attribute for Mapping

This will be the same as the Map Attribute and Options, however you will not need to select the attribute here, it will be preselected. You will only need to map the options. Much like the Map Attribute and Options section, you can also use the Add All Options to Attribute (available in Omnyfy v2 only) button to auto-populate the attribute options.

Map Warehouses

Here you will need to map your online store warehouse to a source. You will need to ensure a source is created first, before you can set this up.

There might be at times where more than 1 default is synced, which is fine. They will just need to have both the same warehouse.

NOTE: If the warehouse that the product belongs to is not mapped, it will fall back to use the Default Warehouse.

Core Mapping (coming soon)

Here you will be able to select fields that you would like for the import to ignore on update. Note that the data for these fields are still imported on product creation.

General Settings

This is where you would need to set up some of your other settings.

General Settings

Product SKU Prefix
Set a 4 letter Prefix that will be applied as a Prefix to all SKU's mapped from this Store. Prefix Must be Unique.
Set the Marketplace/Website that these products will belong in
Default Store
Set the Store View that these products will belong in
Allow setting status for existing product
Select checkbox if you want to update product status in Omnyfy based on product status in your store.
Enable Sync Order
Select checkbox if you would like orders to be synced back to your store. Only applicable in some platforms.
Tax Settings

Set this to what the default tax setting should be if the product is taxable
Tax Free
Set this to what the default tax setting should be if the product is NOT taxable

Import products after removing tax
When set to Yes, you will see a field appear called Tax Amount. This will allow you to dictate the percentage of the tax to be removed from the products, if your prices already include tax.

Sync Settings

Enable Product Sync
Set this to yes to sync the products with the marketplace ongoing.
Enable Inventory Sync
This will allow you to select 3 options:

Automated sync: This will bring inventory from your connected store.
Fixed inventory amount: This will allow you to set a single number for all products on the marketplace. A new field (Default Quantity) will appear for you to input this.
Do not sync inventory: This will not set the inventory on import. You can manage the inventory on the marketplace manually.

Start/stop Sync
This will allow you to start your sync once you have completed all mapping.

Save Mapping

When you are finished with the configuration, you can Save Mapping at the top right.

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