In this guide, we will show you how to set in which specific Fruugo countries to sell your products on a product-level.
When you are getting started on Fruugo, you will be asked to select in which of Fruugo's 46 available countries you want to sell your products, you are required to select at least three.
Every product you activate for sale on Fruugo will be made available in the countries you chose, however, should you find yourself not wanting to sell a certain product in certain countries, you can specify in exactly which countries the product should be sold.
In order to tell Sello what countries the product SHOULD be sold in, you need to use the "FruugoCountries" -property.
- Log into Sello.
- Go to: "Inventory".
- Find your product.
- Click: "Edit"
- Go to the "Details" -tab.
- Click: "Add more details".
- Input: "FruugoCountries" in the search -bar.
- Click the property to add it to your product.
Next, you need to input the countries in which the product SHOULD be available for sale, excluding the countries you do not want to sell the product in.
A full list of accepted values can be found by going here, and looking in the "Country Code" -column.
Keep in mind that the values are case-sensitive and are input using a space-separated format, meaning every country code is separated by a single space.
When you are done, click: "Save" on the property itself, and then "Save" in the top-right.
This can also be set using our Excel import -feature, read more here.
Using this method requires you to include at least one of the following identifiers:
- Sku - your private reference
- Id - Sello's article number
The column name you need to use is: "Property FruugoCountries".
The values need to be space-separated and in one single string, all wrapped with quotation marks, for example: "GB FI LU SE"
Good to know:
- In order to be accepted as a merchant on Fruugo, you are required to select at least three countries to sell in.
- The country codes input in the "FruugoCountries" -property need to match the exact values found here.
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