How can I prepare for a price update?
In the “Price updates” dashboard, you can view a list of products that will be impacted by the upcoming price update or those that have already been affected if the effective date is in the past.
To identify and update the products affected by price changes, follow these steps:
Step 1: Select the most recent price updates
Make sure you select the most recent price update dates using filters at the top of the dashboard for both shipping, and product price updates. Click on the green Update button to the right of the filters.
Step 2: Check if any of your products are affected
To determine if any of your products were impacted by recent price updates, refer to the tables at the top of the “Price updates” dashboard.
Step 3: Review the price changes
If some of your products were affected, review the bottom section of the dashboard:
- If the price has decreased (indicated in green): it means that the base product has become more affordable, requiring no action from your side.
- If the price has increased (indicated in red): it indicates that you should raise the product price to prevent any impact on your profit.
Step 4: Update your product prices individually
If multiple products are affected, we recommend updating them by category. For example, begin with t-shirts. Apply a filter: Category: T-shirt. Then, click on the green Update button located to the right of the filters.
From the top of the list, click on the specific product name to access the link that will take you to the product edit page, allowing you to update the product price:
Step 5: Update your shipping rates
If necessary, update your shipping prices by following the steps in these articles specific to your sales channel:
- For WooCommerce and Pop-Up Store users, shipping rates will be updated automatically.
- If you’re using other integrations, you’ll need to manually update your shipping rates.
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