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How To Create Filters For Your Product Feed?

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Filters are meant to filter out products you do not want to appear in your product feeds. You can set two different types of filters, ‘include only’ and ‘exclude’ filters.

Exclude filters

You need to ensure that certain products are excluded from your product feed. The most straightforward method to achieve this is by creating exclude filters.

You want to exclude products that are out-of-stock:

Filter out of stock

Or you want to exclude a product based on a product ID:

Exclude products that have an empty price:

For example, you want to exclude products that have a stock lower than 2 items:

Filter on low stock

Or exclude product categories from your feed completely. Just select “Category” in the IF drop-down so the value field automatically populates with your WooCommerce categories. Select the one you would like to exclude and thats all:

Include-only filters

Whereas rules are created to exclude products you can also set filters to create a product feed that contains products based on include-only filters. Meaning only products will be added to your product feed that meets the criteria you have set.

Include only in-stock products:

Or, include only products that have a price > 100:

IMPORTANT: Please note that creating multiple filters is possible but that they act as an AND statement and not as an OR. Creating both include_only and exclude rules for a product feed is also possible but please make sure you start with all include_only rules first.

Exclude individual products:

It is also possible to exclude individual products. Please read this blog post on how to enable this option.

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  1. CS = case sensitive
    IS = when creating a rule this column is filled with a dropdown so you can say. If attribute Y is (something) than attribute X IS (something)

    All the best,

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