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Managing product availability

Choose which integrations your products are sold.

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Written by Chris
Updated over a week ago

Some catalog setups are more complex than others. That doesn't mean setting it up correctly is a pain, though.

We'll run through an example and give you the tools to ensure your products are set up correctly.

The most common example is a product only available in-store (and not online).

Let's say Square is our in-store POS, and we use BigCommerce for e-commerce sales.

Starting from the Edit Product page of that product, we'd want to navigate to the "Locations" tab and scroll down to the Locations section, as shown here:

Let's focus on the Cap Hill location for this example. Right now, the product (Active Bar) is available at the Cap Hill location, Square (in-store POS), and BigCommerce (website).

As mentioned, we want to ensure the product is available in-store but not on our website.

To do that, we'd need to have:

  • Cap Hill location toggled 'On' βœ…

  • Square (in-store POS) toggled 'On' βœ…

  • BigCommerce (website) toggled 'Off' β›”

In Thrive, that would look like this example in our Cap Hill location:

You can see that the Cap Hill location and the Square integration are both toggled 'On.'

We toggled the BigCommerce integration 'Off' to ensure the product was not being pushed to our website.

Then we hit 'Save,' and we're finished!

Want to learn more about the Edit Product page?

Get all the details on leveraging this page to help your business here:

Managing products in bulk

Generate an Edit Products bulk upload spreadsheet to enable and disable products for specific integrations in bulk.

Once the spreadsheet is generated, use the corresponding columns to enable/disable certain integrations. When editing this sheet, you'll want to use the white columns. The grey columns are where the product is currently assigned.

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