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Grouping Inventory using Classifications

A classification is a grouping of like inventory items that have similar descriptive attributes. For example, if you sell cameras you may have a classification such as "Digital Cameras". Each of the items in this classification is a digital camera, but they may all have different values for attributes like Megapixels, Optical Zoom, and Lens options. A classification also allows you to configure shipping options and even related upsell items for checkout , to a large group of inventory items at one time.

 

Prerequisites


You should be familiar with the following topics before continuing:

 

Video


Creating Classifications – In this video you will learn how to group your inventory using classifications. View Transcript

 

Why Use Classifications?


Classifications allow you to group inventory items with similar characteristics together, and can determine which attributes appear on an inventory item. Classifications are not mandatory, and you can only assign one classification per inventory item.

A common use of classifications is to specify categories in marketplaces.

 

Tasks to Complete


  1. Creating Classifications
  2. Assigning Classifications
  3. Removing Classifications

 

Reference


Refer to the following for additional reference information:

Classification-Level Shipping

A classification is a grouping of like inventory items that have similar descriptive attributes. For example, if you sell cameras you may have a classification such as "Digital Cameras". Each of the items in this classification is a digital camera, but they may all have different values for attributes like Megapixels, Optical Zoom, and Lens options. A classification also allows you to configure shipping options and even related upsell items for checkout , to a large group of inventory items at one time.

 

Prerequisites


You should be familiar with the following topics before continuing:

 

Video


Creating Classifications – In this video you will learn how to group your inventory using classifications. View Transcript

 

Why Use Classifications?


Classifications allow you to group inventory items with similar characteristics together, and can determine which attributes appear on an inventory item. Classifications are not mandatory, and you can only assign one classification per inventory item.

A common use of classifications is to specify categories in marketplaces.

 

Tasks to Complete


  1. Creating Classifications
  2. Assigning Classifications
  3. Removing Classifications

 

Reference


Refer to the following for additional reference information:

Classification-Level Shipping

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