In the last step you have to map the attributes of your channel feeds. When using a channel template we have already set all feed attributes and connected them to a recommended Woocommerce source field. This way you could basically start directly with the given feed settings as they are, save the feed and submit to the chosen channel.
How to work with Attribute Mapping
In the attribute mapping section you will see three columns: “Add to feed”, “From Woocommerce source” and “condition”
Three columns in attribute mapping
The “add to feed” column shows you the channel feed attribute. The “from woocommerce source” shows you the woocommerce source field we have connected as the best choice for the feed attribute. Under “condition” you can create advanced conditions and edit the values from the woocommerce source.
Required and optional attributes
Every channel has its own required and optional fields. We give you the option to setup all possible attributes and show you what attributes are required, highly recommended, recommended and optional.
We have added required and highly recommended attributes in the tool and have set the right woocommerce source field where that is possible.
Under recommended and optional attributes you can pick attributes from the dropdown to include in tot the feed and have that way full controle in what you want to show and what not.
Adding recommended output
Out of the box the feed will be valid for the chosen channel but we do recommend you add as much fields as possible because that will give the channel more information to show there visitors the right product resulting in a higher conversion rate.
The attribute mapping tools is very advanced and innovative. You are able to controle the values you map to the feed attributes as you wish and alter them to meet your or the channels requirements. This way you are able improve the performance of the feed and your products sales in the channel.
Make sure you get to know the working of the attribute mapping tool