It is now possible to create product selections based on size. This is particularly useful when highlighting size oriented selections, such as Curves or Petite. For example, a category
Petite can be created with the product filter to include only products sold in smaller sizes. Similar to other categories, the autocomplete and search will automatically pick up the category title or other connected search terms and utilize them appropriately.
How to use
When creating product selections such as promotions, demotions, or categories in the apps,
Size is available as a filter option.
Out of stock¶
|Display out of stock sizes in product card||The size is visible in the product card when enabled, but with a strikethrough effect applied on the text. The size is not visible when disabled.
Can be useful to be disabled if a large portion of the product catalogue has a large number of sizes, and many sizes are out of stock.
|Display out of stock products in product list||When enabled, products are visible but with the text defined for
It is generally recommended to keep products out of stock displayed in product listings as visitors may be confused when not finding products they've previously interacted with.
|Display out of stock products in product card||Products that are out of stock are visible in the product card when enabled.
Products that are out of stock are not visible in the product card when disabled.
Can be useful to be disabled if a large portion of the product catalogue has a large variety of colour, and many colours are out of stock.
How to use
Display name support for attribute values¶
Since all attribute values used for product selections must be based on stable values, there are occasions where a merchandiser may have to work with system generated numbers. Support for display names of attribute values have been added to facilitate working with product selections with unintelligible values. This means that the product selection remains stable, while it is possible to work with readable names in the apps.
How to use
Supply display names in the data feed for values where identifiers aren't human friendly. The following illustrates the syntax of the category
Jackets with an external id
Filterable list component¶
A new component, Filterable list,
<esales-filterable-list>, is now available. It contains a pre-filtered product list with connected facets. Unlike the Search results component and the Navigation page component, this component does not require neither a search phrase nor a particular page route to be used. It is a product listing that can be used on any page that is independent from the navigation structure and the search functions.
An example of where this could be of interest is on a unique collection page, decorated with a custom title and lots of imagery. A product listing targeting that specific collection would be suitable to use here.
How to use
Add the Filterable list component,
<esales-filterable-list> on the page where it should be displayed, assigned with the desired filter. Attributes targeted as filters must be present in the data feed. The following example filters on the custom attribute
collection with the value
Size cleaning is a feature that automatically extracts and interprets size information from uncurated size values that are provided in mixed formats the data feed. This enables a much cleaner set of values within the size facet without the need of any manual curation of the data feed. This feature is not needed if the data feed already contain purely curated values.
Size cleaning uses several methods to curate values including:
- Splitting values such as
Srespectively for the size facet while maintaining the correct presentation in the product card.
- Combining values such as
one size, and
O.Sunder a common value by selecting the most common representation for the product card.
- Splitting of multiple sizes provided in different formats such as
- Automatic separation of formats.
How to use
Enable the feature in the Size cleaning section Settings tab in the Experience app. It is recommended to preview the resulting changes to the facets before publishing the settings.
Localisation interface update¶
The view for localising texts has been improved by a clearer user interface for input fields including recommended text lengths, a table of contents to easier find values to localize, and a visualization of colours in the interface.
Quick buy button¶
Support for adding a quick buy button to the product cards have been added. The image above shows the default visuals of the button but it can be themed to a different look using the Theming API. The button will provide an event with information of the product that was targeted. This button can also be used to enable quick view or similar modal functionality, and the text of the button can be localized using the Localisation tab in the Experience app.
How to use
Enable the button by specifying
productQuickBuyPositionin the theming of the script.
Integrate the desired modal functionality upon a triggered event.
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