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Assigning internal product names

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tipp.png Do you offer many different products and have a higher need for reports and integrations? If you assign an internal product name, you can easily keep track and optimize your sales.

When creating or editing products, you can easily add an internal product name to the product that is not visible to your customers. You then have the option of filtering by your internally assigned product names so that you can make your evaluations even more efficient and clear. This data is available for your >>CSV reports, >> integrations (see also >>Zapier) and >>webhooks.

Set internal product names

Simply go to the "More" tab during product editing or creation and add your internal label at the bottom of the "Internal Product Information" field.

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Filter by internal product name

In different views, e.g. under "Products," "Orders" or "Transfers" you can then filter by these names.

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Include internal product names in CSV reports

If you export data via CSV (once or regularly), you can also include the internal product name in these reports.

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To group products, you can also give several products the same internal name, such as "Coaching on Marketing Topics 2022." You can then set this >> filter for your products, orders and transfers and only display the relevant information for this product group. For example, you can see how much revenue you have generated with marketing coaching.

Alternatively, you can also group via the >> product categories. However, this is also visible to your customers on the shop page if you have activated the display of product categories for your shop page.

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