How To

Using Labels

Labels have many uses within the ChannelAdvisor software such as segmenting inventory , sending products to various channels and applying filters to automate processes . Understanding how labels are used and how they can be beneficial is crucial to experiencing the full benefits of the ChannelAdvisor software.

 

Prerequisites


You should be familiar with the following topics before continuing:

 

Videos


Using Labels – This video will give you an overview on how to create, manage and delete labels. View Transcript

 

Why Use Labels?


There are many uses for labels within the ChannelAdvisor software. See below for a description of some of these uses

 

Segmenting Inventory

One of the primary uses of labels is to allow you to dynamically group inventory items together that share similar characteristics. You can use labels to tag your items as “clearance” for example. Or you can label a set of inventory as “holiday” items. Or you can mark some inventory as both “clearance” and “holiday” – you can assign as many labels as you like to an item!

Once you have labels on inventory, you can filter it by label in the Inventory > Products > All Products view. This enables you to segment your inventory and operate on just that subset of your items.

 

Sending Products to Channels

Labels are central to many of our products, such as listing on Amazon Marketplace and Amazon Repricer, eBay (when using QuickStart; assign to both parent and child items), Walmart, Jet, etc., and Shopping and Flex Feeds. In order to send inventory to these channels, you tell the system to pull all inventory that has a certain label associated with it. This gives you a flexible way to tag the inventory you want to appear on the channel without having to assign classifications or any other grouping mechanism.

 

Applying Advanced Filters to Labels

An advantage of labels is that you don’t have to go through all of your inventory and manually assign them to each item. By leveraging the power of our advanced filters, you can have a label applied automatically to all the inventory that matches the criteria set in the filter. For instance, you could set up an advanced filter to look at items whose price is less than $100 and then in the label definition tell it to automatically apply to the items in the filter.

Please note: Removing an Advanced Filter from a Label will also cause all SKUs that were added by this filter to be removed from the label.

For additional information please visit the Using Advanced Filters page.

 

Tasks to Complete


Complete the following tasks related to this topic:

  1. Creating Labels
  2. Assigning Labels
  3. Removing Labels
  4. Managing Labels in Bulk Via Spreadsheet

 

Reference


Refer to the following for additional reference information:

Labels have many uses within the ChannelAdvisor software such as segmenting inventory , sending products to various channels and applying filters to automate processes . Understanding how labels are used and how they can be beneficial is crucial to experiencing the full benefits of the ChannelAdvisor software.

 

Prerequisites


You should be familiar with the following topics before continuing:

 

Videos


Using Labels – This video will give you an overview on how to create, manage and delete labels. View Transcript

 

Why Use Labels?


There are many uses for labels within the ChannelAdvisor software. See below for a description of some of these uses

 

Segmenting Inventory

One of the primary uses of labels is to allow you to dynamically group inventory items together that share similar characteristics. You can use labels to tag your items as “clearance” for example. Or you can label a set of inventory as “holiday” items. Or you can mark some inventory as both “clearance” and “holiday” – you can assign as many labels as you like to an item!

Once you have labels on inventory, you can filter it by label in the Inventory > Products > All Products view. This enables you to segment your inventory and operate on just that subset of your items.

 

Sending Products to Channels

Labels are central to many of our products, such as listing on Amazon Marketplace and Amazon Repricer, eBay (when using QuickStart; assign to both parent and child items), Walmart, Jet, etc., and Shopping and Flex Feeds. In order to send inventory to these channels, you tell the system to pull all inventory that has a certain label associated with it. This gives you a flexible way to tag the inventory you want to appear on the channel without having to assign classifications or any other grouping mechanism.

 

Applying Advanced Filters to Labels

An advantage of labels is that you don’t have to go through all of your inventory and manually assign them to each item. By leveraging the power of our advanced filters, you can have a label applied automatically to all the inventory that matches the criteria set in the filter. For instance, you could set up an advanced filter to look at items whose price is less than $100 and then in the label definition tell it to automatically apply to the items in the filter.

Please note: Removing an Advanced Filter from a Label will also cause all SKUs that were added by this filter to be removed from the label.

For additional information please visit the Using Advanced Filters page.

 

Tasks to Complete


Complete the following tasks related to this topic:

  1. Creating Labels
  2. Assigning Labels
  3. Removing Labels
  4. Managing Labels in Bulk Via Spreadsheet

 

Reference


Refer to the following for additional reference information:

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