7 Sep, 2021

Remove variations when there are lots of variations out of stock

By |2021-09-07T19:28:05+02:00September 7th, 2021|Categories: Filters & rules, Plugin settings|Tags: , , |

Imagine you are selling apparel products in different sizes or colours. When you do, you most likely you would have lots of different variations of that product in all different sizes and colours. Over time you sell lots of those products variations and only some are left, in many cases only variations in exotic sizes and colours (su)ch as a purple XXXL shirt). As those products are hard to sell you'd probably do not want to actively advertise and ...

15 Jun, 2021

Facebook Conversion API (CAPI)

By |2021-06-23T11:55:35+02:00June 15th, 2021|Categories: Facebook Conversion API, Facebook pixel|Tags: , , , |

Support for the Facebook Conversion API is an Elite feature of our plugin. Interested in getting the most out of your marketing campaigns? Upgrade to the Elite version of our plugin, enjoy the Facebook Conversion API support and many more Elite options. As of June 15th 2021 our Elite plugin supports usage of the Facebook Conversion API. Facebook's conversion API allows you to send web events from your server directly to Facebook. Server events are linked to your ...

29 Mar, 2021

How to add the unit_pricing_measure and unit_pricing_base_measure to your Google Shopping feed

By |2021-03-29T14:25:14+02:00March 29th, 2021|Categories: Elite, Google Shopping feed|Tags: , |

On a regular base our support-team is being asked how to best add the unit_pricing_measure and unit_pricing_base_measure fields to Google Shopping feeds so let's explain with this small tutorial. First of all you would need to enable the extra fields feature of our plugin (this is a paid Elite feature): After which you can enable both the unit_pricing_measure and unit_pricing_base_measure on the “extra fields” tab: This will result in two extra input fields on your product edit pages: Bear in mind that for ...

29 Mar, 2021

How to add Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) to your Google Shopping feed

By |2021-03-29T09:11:38+02:00March 29th, 2021|Categories: Elite, Google Shopping feed, Plugin settings|Tags: , |

When you would like to get additional reporting in Google Ads on the gross profit (Gross profit is the difference between your revenue and the cost of goods sold (COGS)) you are making on products sold in Google Shopping you can add the "cost_of_goods_sold" attribute to your Google Shopping feed. The reporting in Google Ads on the gross profit will only work when you have installed Google's global site tag and are measuring purchases through it. So how can you ...

26 Nov, 2020

Only update your product feed when products changed or new ones have been added

By |2020-11-26T10:13:40+01:00November 26th, 2020|Categories: Plugin settings|Tags: , |

There is no need in updating your product feed on a regular base when none of your products changed or no products have been added to your WooCommerce website. In fact, it is a waste of server resources and it sometimes even negatively impacts the performance and speed of your website when you have huge product feeds to process several times a day. In order to not waste your website resources we therefor introduced this new feature as of ...

27 Oct, 2020

How to add delivery costs to Zbozi.cz and Heureka.cz XML feeds

By |2020-11-05T08:49:29+01:00October 27th, 2020|Categories: Heureka, Plugin settings, Zbozi|Tags: , , , |

Zbozi.cz and Heureka.cz have some very specific requirements for adding delivery/shipping costs to their feeds. As of version 8.9.8 of our plugin these requirements are supported. First of all you need to have your WooCommerce shipping zones/methods set-up very specifically. Make sure your zone name has this value: "ZASILKOVNA" and when you have both shipping methods in the order as shown below. So make sure your flat rate method is first and your local pickup method second as shown ...

13 Oct, 2020

Setting-up your first Facebook catalog / Instagram product feed

By |2021-03-24T11:11:39+01:00October 13th, 2020|Categories: Facebook catalog feed|Tags: , , |

Need help from our qualified support-team setting up your product feed for Facebook / Instagram? Upgrade to the Elite version of our plugin today and enjoy the Elite features and stellar support. You have installed our plugin (Product Feed Pro for WooCommerce) and are ready to start advertising your products on Facebook and/or Instagram. We have written this tutorial to help you get started creating and uploading your feed into Facebook's business manager. Before we start are ...

28 Sep, 2020

Adding only the lowest priced variation to your product feed(s)

By |2020-10-14T09:58:16+02:00September 28th, 2020|Categories: Plugin settings, Product variations|Tags: |

As of version 8.8.0 of the plugin it's possible to only add the lowest priced product variation to your feeds instead of all variations or the default product variation. So let's assume you have a parent variable product with 3 variations: Yellow - EUR 12,- Blue - EUR 15,- Red - EUR 18,- No default variation is set and you only want to add the lowest priced, yellow, variation added to your feed. This is how you do so, ...

11 Sep, 2020

Polylang support for your product feeds

By |2020-10-04T10:42:17+02:00September 11th, 2020|Categories: Currency switchers, Plugin settings|Tags: , |

Polylang support is an Elite feature of our plugin. Interested in getting the most out of your marketing campaigns? Upgrade to the Elite version of our plugin, enjoy the Polylang support and many more Elite options. Great news, as of version 1.4.4 of the Elite version of our plugin we are supporting the Polylang plugin. When you are using Polylang together with Polylang for WooCommerce you can now create product feeds for all Polylang languages you configured. ...

21 Apr, 2020

How to install the Product Feed Elite for WooCommerce plugin

By |2021-03-18T17:23:13+01:00April 21st, 2020|Categories: Elite|Tags: |

First of all, thank you for getting the Elite version of our plugin. Much appreciated! Downloading and installing the Product Feed Elite for WooCommerce plugin is pretty straightforward. Just follow these steps: Downloading the plugin: In the order confirmation email you received straight after check-out you will find your license key and a link to where you can download the plugin: When you have downloaded the zip-file and saved it locally on your computer you need to go to ...

1 Mar, 2020

Add filters based on product creation date

By |2020-04-23T12:11:55+02:00March 1st, 2020|Categories: Filters & rules, Plugin settings|Tags: , |

As of version 7.6.1 two new attributes are available which you can add to your product feed(s) and create filters or rules on: Product creation date Product days back created The product creation date attribute is formatted like "Y-m-d" (2019-12-30) and holds the date your product has been created. The product days back created attribute holds the number of days between the current date and the date the product was created. Now let's imagine you don't want products in ...

23 Feb, 2020

Creating a WooCommerce product feed for Skroutz

By |2021-08-24T07:23:56+02:00February 23rd, 2020|Categories: Plugin settings, Skroutz|Tags: , |

As of version 7.5.3 of our plugin it has become a lot easier to create WooCommerce product feeds for the Greek Skroutz.gr. In previous versions you could already create such a feed but it would force you to jump through a few loopholes, do some concessions and some extra manual data entry work. This no longer is needed. As of version 9.0.0 our plugin also supports Skroutz apparel product feeds. Before we start showing you how to create a ...

28 Jan, 2020

Create a feed with performing products only

By |2020-04-23T12:18:05+02:00January 28th, 2020|Categories: Filters & rules, Plugin settings|Tags: , , , |

We have added two new cool features to our plugin that will help you create a product feed containing only well performing products. Filter on number of product sales; Filter on sales in a certain time range; Let's imagine you only want to add products to your feed that have been sold at least once before. You can achieve that by creating a filter that looks like this: The above filter will effectively filter out all products that never ...

16 Jan, 2020

Facebook pixel feature

By |2021-06-16T12:41:05+02:00January 16th, 2020|Categories: Elite, Facebook pixel, Plugin settings|Tags: , , , |

When you decide to retarget the visitors that have been on your website in Facebook you need the following: A Facebook catalogue product feed (which can be created with our plugin); A Facebook pixel installed on your website which builds a Facebook audience you can retarget your products on; A Facebook Conversion API connection to capture all conversions coming from Apple devices. Because we noticed that lots of users who created a Facebook catalogue product feed with our plugin run ...

30 Dec, 2019

Creating find & replace rules

By |2020-04-23T14:21:45+02:00December 30th, 2019|Categories: Filters & rules, Plugin settings|Tags: , |

As of release 7.0.9 of our plugin we support the creation of powerful 'find & replace' rules. Next to the existing rule options we have introduced a find & replace rule feature which allows you to replace parts of attribute values. This feature is best explained by showing some examples. Let's imagine we have a product in our feed with the title: "Red Carrot Wallet": Now let's say we want to change the "Red" part of the title into ...

6 Dec, 2019

Changing the product variation product name

By |2020-09-28T15:11:18+02:00December 6th, 2019|Categories: Data manipulation, Filters & rules, Plugin settings, Product variations|Tags: , , |

Product data manipulation is an Elite feature of our plugin. Interested in getting the most out of your marketing campaigns? Upgrade to the Elite version of our plugin and enjoy the product data manipulation feature and many more Elite options. Since most marketing channels, such as Google and Facebook, require product names to be unique our plugin automatically creates unique product names for all variations of a variable product. It does so by taking the attribute values that ...

7 Nov, 2019

Adding “installment” to your Google Shopping feed

By |2020-04-23T14:23:44+02:00November 7th, 2019|Categories: Google Shopping feed, Plugin settings|Tags: , , , |

One can only add installment details to Google Shopping feeds with the Elite version of our plugin. Interested in getting the most out of your marketing campaigns? Upgrade to the Elite version of our plugin and enjoy all the nice Elite options. This brief tutorial shows how you can add installment details to your Google Shopping feed. One uses the installment attribute to tell your customers the details of a monthly installment plan that you offer to pay ...

22 Oct, 2019

Create a product price, shipping costs included

By |2020-04-23T14:44:28+02:00October 22nd, 2019|Categories: Plugin settings|Tags: , |

Product data manipulation is an Elite feature of our plugin. Interested in getting the most out of your marketing campaigns? Upgrade to the Elite version of our plugin and enjoy the product data manipulation feature and many more Elite options. Some marketing channels require you to deliver products prices including shipping costs. WooCommerce does not have a default attribute available for this so we added this option to our product data manipulation feature (as of version 6.7.2 ...

8 Oct, 2019

How to add Shipping costs to your Google Shopping feed

By |2020-10-08T20:22:57+02:00October 8th, 2019|Categories: Google Shopping feed, Plugin settings|Tags: , , |

When you upload your products to Google's merchant center Google requires you to indicate what your product shipping costs are. There are two ways of letting Google know what these costs are: You add all shipping costs to your product feed; You add the shipping costs in Google's Merchant Center directly; Adding the shipping costs to your product feed Our plugin supports Google's requirements for adding shipping costs to your product feed(s) directly. This however will only work when you ...

25 Sep, 2019

How to properly add sale prices to your Google Shopping feed

By |2020-04-23T14:45:42+02:00September 25th, 2019|Categories: Google Shopping feed, Plugin settings|Tags: , |

You must have seen them around in Google Shopping ads, the so-called price-drop alerts showing on some of the products listed. They look something like this (see the Halfords example): You want that price drop notification to show too for your Google Shopping ads, right? Now how does Google knows how your product is on sale and how are they able to calculate the price drop? Google is able to do so when you add the "regular" and "sale" ...

12 Sep, 2019

Batch size configuration product feed

By |2020-10-08T20:21:15+02:00September 12th, 2019|Categories: Plugin settings|Tags: , , |

Changing the product batch size is risky, it could cause performance issues for your website. Please note: changing the product batch size is risky, it could cause performance issues for your website. In order to prevent your website from running into performance issues or timeouts upon creating product feeds our plugin processes your product feed(s) in small batches. The default product batch sizes are as following: PHP version < 5.6 = batch size of 50 products at ...

22 Jul, 2019

Facebook pixel and Facebook catalog aligned

By |2020-04-23T14:49:46+02:00July 22nd, 2019|Categories: Elite, Facebook catalog feed, Facebook pixel, Plugin settings|Tags: |

Are you experiencing problems getting your Facebook Pixel to match the products in your Facebook catalog feed? You are not alone! Multiple times a week we receive questions of users who have issues with their Facebook pixel and their Facebook catalog feed. These issues are related to the Facebook pixel plugins not being able to insert the proper values into the content_ids parameter of the pixel. To overcome this problem we added a feature to our plugin. This feature ...

2 Jul, 2019

Changing “on backorder” to “in stock” in your product feed

By |2020-08-19T08:15:34+02:00July 2nd, 2019|Categories: Filters & rules, Google Shopping feed, Plugin settings|Tags: , , |

You created a product feed for Google's Merchant Center as you want to start promoting your products in Google Shopping only to find out that Google has disapproved (some of) your products because of an issue with your 'availability' field. You seem to have added products that have an availability that says "on backorder" (which is a WooCommerce stock status value): Unfortunately Google doesn't accept the availability status "On backorder". Only the values "in stock", "out of stock" and ...

11 Jun, 2019

Featured products in your product feed

By |2020-04-23T14:51:21+02:00June 11th, 2019|Categories: Filters & rules, Plugin settings|Tags: , , , |

On popular demand we have added support for creating filters and rules on featured products as of version 5.7.4 of our plugin. This enables you to create product feeds that contain those products only (or exclude them for that matter). All you have to do is create a filter in your product feed configuration.  The include_only filter you need to create looks like this: When you would like to remove featured products from your feed than you need to ...

7 Jun, 2019

Add a field to your product feed based on another attribute

By |2020-04-23T14:53:39+02:00June 7th, 2019|Categories: Filters & rules, Google Shopping feed, Plugin settings|Tags: , |

You need or want to add data to your product feed for, for example, Google's Merchant Center but you don't have that data available in a separate field or attribute but the information is part of another field. How can you then add this to your product feed? Let's assume you want to add a g:gender field to your product feed for Google Shopping but don't have a gender attribute with the gender data available: how can you still ...