During the onboarding process, PRICEFY will ask you to choose which type of importing process you would use. In this particular case you must select CSV (Comma Separated Value).

To be prepared for the next next, you must first know how the CSV should be structured. Here is a simple CSV structure that you can fill with your products data.

Please note: 

  • The only mandatory field is "Code". Without this information on the product row, the import process for products who don't contain it, will fail.
  • Product image URL must be an HTTPS url or it will skipped
  • CSV file must be separated by comma. Other separators will not work at the moment.



CSV fields explained:

Name: Your product's name
We use this information to let you easily recognize your products inside the PRICEFY dashboard.

Price: Is your product's selling price
We use it to calculate your price positioning on the market and against your competitors. Prices must be tax included.

MAP: Is the minimum advertised price that your wholesales or distributor has provided you.
Useful if you would be alerted when you are selling at a lower price than the MAP.

Cost: Is your product's cost
We use this to calculate your markup and discover potential new markets opportunities . Costs must be tax included. 

Tax: Is your country product's tax percentage (use just numbers, without the percentage, so if your tax percentage in UK is 20%, just put 20)
We use this to auto-add Price and Cost value if you imported them tax excluded.

Code: Is the EAN/UPC product's code
This is the most important and mandatory field. We use the EAN/UPC code to search your products on internet and match them against your competitor's catalog.

PhotoURL: Is the product's image file URL.
Useful to help you recognize your products inside the PRICEFY dashboard.  


Step 1:  Upload your CSV file

Once you will have prepared your file, proceed with the upload. Just drag and drop your file or select it from your computer folder.

Step 2:  Select import method

Now that your products file is uploaded, you must decide what kind of import you want to launch. 

You have two options:

Full: It will completely restore your catalog, deleting old products and importing only what you have on your last uploaded products file.

Update: It just append your uploaded products file to your actual catalog products.

Let's see all others import options

Code Type:  What kind of code you are using inside the products file. You can choose between:
                EAN:  European Article Number
                UPC:  Universal Product Code

Currency: Your products currency

Add Taxes To Cost Value:  Add your tax percentage value to your products cost. This is a very useful option because usually, wholesalers and distributors provide their catalogs with cost tax excluded.

Specify Your Tax Rate: In case you have selected "Yes" at "Add Taxes To Cost Value" here you can define which is the tax percentage you would charge. 


Step 3:  Fields Mapping

Using the first row of your file, PRICEFY will provides you a list of fields that you must map to our fields list. 

Using "SKIP" value, in the CSV fields dropdown, you can avoid importing column you don't need.

Please note: 

  • The only mandatory field is "Code". Without this information on the product row, the import process for products who don't contain it, will fail.
  • Product image URL must be an HTTPS url or it will skipped
  • CSV file must be separated by comma. Other separators will not work at the moment.

Step 4:  Map Review
PRICEFY will show you how the CSV file will be imported, using the second row of your product file (first one is the file header).

If everything is ok, you can press next and let import start.

When the import will be finished, PRICEFY will show you a report of how many products have been imported or rejected.

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