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    September 27, 2016
    2 minute read

    Publish Your Product Content with Greater Confidence

    by: Evelyn Hartz

    When you go live with a product page on your site, it can be scary. It gets even scarier when you’re working through a retailer and you don’t have a final view of the information before it goes live.

    If you’re responsible for getting content to a particular retailer or merchandising a product line, you want to be 110 percent positive that when you hit “publish” your content is accurate and up-to-date.

    Now, with the new “channel-specific product view” in Salsify, you can:

    • Toggle between channels and move product-to-product in the view of a particular channel to ensure content accuracy and completeness
    • Easily preview content in its transformed version for each channel, identify any errors, and fix mistakes in the source data
    • View the readiness for individual products for each channel that you publish to and easily reference the acceptance criteria

    How does it work?

    Simply, select a product in your Salsify account. Then, click on the new box to the left of the actions button.

    And scroll to your desired channel to see your naming, product description, images, specific attributes required by the retailer and more, transformed to the meet the channel’s requirements.

    This feature is now available to all customers. Watch the video below to learn more.



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