What is Product Feed and how can you add it in User.com?
What is Product Feed?
A feed is a file that contains all the information about the products you sell. The different pieces of information about your products are described in attributes, which allow customers to search for and find your items.
A feed is a file made up of a list of products that use groupings of attributes that define each one of your products in a uniquely. Attributes, such as condition and availability, can have standardized or accepted values. Other attributes, such as id or title, can be left open to fill with your own choice of value. Accurately describing your items using the required and suggested attributes helps users to search for and find your products more easily.
If you want to read more, go to this website.
Where can I find it?
You can find Product feed in Settings --> App settings --> Products. It checks your product feed database once per day and then puts the changes into User.com app :)
- We accept only feed with Google Merchant Center Specification in XML file.
- Feeds are automatically synchronized every night.
- During every synchronization, we will add all changes from the database to the data, thus keeping your products feed verified.
<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" xmlns:g="http://base.google.com/ns/1.0"> <title>Feed</title> <link rel="self" href="https://website.com/"/> <updated>2021-09-16T10:03:55+02:00</updated> <entry> <g:id>9</g:id> <g:title> <![CDATA[ Levis - Jeans ]]> </g:title> <g:description> <![CDATA[ Description text ]]> </g:description> <g:google_product_category> <![CDATA[ Jeans ]]> </g:google_product_category> <g:product_type> <![CDATA[ Mens > Jeans ]]> </g:product_type> <g:link> <![CDATA[ https://website.com/mens-jeans.html ]]> </g:link> <g:image_link> <![CDATA[ https://website.com/mens-jeans.jpg ]]> </g:image_link> <g:condition>new</g:condition> <g:quantity>87</g:quantity> <g:availability>in stock</g:availability> <g:availability_date/> <g:price>71.00 USD</g:price> <g:sale_price/> <g:sale_price_effective_date/> <g:gtin/> <g:mpn/> <g:brand> <![CDATA[ Levis ]]> </g:brand> <g:identifier_exists>FALSE</g:identifier_exists> </entry>
These tags are mapped as standard product attributes:
Image URL: <g:image_link>
Product URL: <link>