Previously you have learned about the product listing module, to add new products or change existing products, iSeller provides a variety of features, from basic features such as managing names, descriptions, prices, and product images to complementary features such as setting variants, setting recipes with composite, and bundling settings with a combo-set.

Follow the instructions in the following article to learn the basic features of iSeller product settings.

Price Settings

In the Pricing panel, you can apply or replace the selling price of your product. You can also apply different taxes for each product. To activate tax calculation, activate the feature Charge taxes on this product and a list of tax per outlet will appear. By default, the tax applied is PPN with a nominal 10%.

Different Ways to Apply Tax Costs

Step 1: Create a new Tax Fee. To make adding a new tax register, please open the Taxes and Charges Settings (POS).

Step 2: Open the product for which you want to apply tax. Activate the Charge taxes on this product feature.

Step 3: Set the tax that you want to apply at each outlet.

Buying Price

The purchase price is used to report Cost of Sales / COGS (Cost of Goods Sold). To activate and apply the purchase price of your product, please follow the following steps.

Step 1: Go to the Settings menu and General sub-menu then go to the Business Settings section.

Step 2: Please activate the button next to Enable Automatic Costing and you can choose the Cost of Goods Sold calculation method at the bottom. We provide 3 methods, First In First Out, Last In First Out, and Average. For more information, please see the General Settings page.

Step 3: Go to your Product page then select the product you want to give a Buying Price.

Step 4: Please fill in the purchase price of the product.

To view the Profit Report, please open the Profit & Loss Report page.

Product Visibility

Product Visibility determines whether the product can be seen from the POS or from your Online Store. Please follow the steps below to set Product Visibility.

Step 1: Go to the product page for which you want to adjust visibility.

Step 2: In the upper right corner, you will see a Display panel with a choice of sales channels, such as POS and Online Store.

Step 3: If the button next to the Sales Channel (POS and Online Store) is turned off, then the product will not be visible on the Sales Channel. Conversely, if the button next to the Sales Channel (POS and Online store) is turned on, then the product will be seen.

Visibility Settings for All Channels

To adjust the visibility of several types of products, please follow the steps below.

Step 1: Please go to the product page where you can see a list of your products.

Step 2: Check the products for which you want to adjust visibility.

Step 3: Click the 3 dot button, and select Set Visible.

Step 4: Please apply the visibility settings by activating the button next to the Sales Channel (POS and Online Store).

Product Organization

Product Organization is a feature that can classify a product into a grouping. There are three types of Product Organizations that we provide include:

  • Product Type: The type or class of the product (example: men's jacket, women's accessories, men's suit, etc.) Products of the same type will have the same color on the POS. Creating product type can also help you create product collections and make it easier to Filter Products.
  • Vendor: The type or class of brand of a product. Products with the same vendor will facilitate the process of filtering products and making product collections. You can also display products with the same vendor in your online store.
  • Tags: Tags are a collection of keywords associated with your product. Filling tags can appear in the process of filtering products and making product collections.

To manage product organization, please enter the product you want to fill, then on the right, you will see an organization panel that contains Product Type, Vendor, Collections, and Tags.

Collection Settings

You can also collect products with the same class into one collection. Classification by collection makes it easy for you to display multiple products in 1 tab on the POS or in 1 link / widget in the Online Store.

Product collections also make it easier for you to apply discounts or promos to a particular product.

The picture above shows where you can put one product in the collection that was created. The collection list must be created first. Visit the Collection module to organize your collection list.

Add On for Products

iSeller also provides Add On or additional features to manage your product further, including the following:

  1. Multi Outlet Price and Visibility: This feature allows you to set product prices and visibility at each outlet.

Product Image

You can upload product images in two ways.

1. File Selector: Click the choose a file button then please select the image file that you want to specify as your product image.

2. Drag and Drop: Drag your product image file then place it in the area that we have marked with a red box.

To add a picture, click the area marked with a red box then select an image file, or by dragging your image file and place it in the same area.

Alt-Text on Product Image

You can also fill Alt-Text / Alternate Text into the product image. Alt-Text can be used as a bookmark / additional info if you have your own website to achieve a certain look. The way to add Alt-Text is as follows:

Step 1: Slide your mouse cursor over the image you want to add Alt-Text to, then click the pen logo at the bottom of your image.

Stage 2: In the next screen, please fill in the Alt-Text you want.

For more information if you want to display Alt-Text on your website, you can contact us via live chat.

Additional Descriptions

You can also enter additional descriptions of your own products. To add additional descriptions, please click the Add Description button that we have marked in the red box.

On the Add Description / Editing page, please select the Type of Additional Description you want, then fill in the Additional Description. Following is a brief explanation of each Type of Additional Description.

Kitchen Printer (POS)

Change the name of the product sent to the kitchen printer. This is usually done to make product names shorter or easier to read.

Receipt Printer (POS)

Change the name of the product sent to the receipt printer. This is usually done to make product names shorter or easier to read.

Full Translator Product Description (Online Shop)

Used to write product descriptions if your Online Shop has more than one language. Language selection can be changed in the lower right corner. To make your Online Store have multi-language features, please open the Language Settings page in the Online Store.

Product Description Translator (Online Shop)

Substitution Simple product descriptions (only containing textual content) for online stores that have more than one language. Language selection can be changed in the lower right corner. To make your Online Store have multi-language features, please open the Language Settings page in the Online Store.

Simple Text (Storefront)

Add descriptions using simple text for your product, which will then be displayed in your Online Store.

Rich Text (Storefront)

Add a description using the Rich Text format (a text format that can be adjusted, such as Bold , Italic , Text Alignment , etc.) for your product, which will then be displayed in your Online Store. In Rich Text, you can also add tables and figures to make the description easier to understand.

Fetch from URL (Storefront)

Adding a description taken directly from a specific URL, we will display the contents of the URL entirely in the product description.

Additional descriptions with information on the Online Store can be displayed on websites that you create yourself. For more information if you want to display Additional Descriptions on your website, please contact us via live chat .

Timeline Export

You can also export your own product timeline. To export a product, please choose one of the products then click on the icon that we have marked as shown below.

Then click Export Timeline .

Then a pop-up page will appear as shown below.

Some information that you must enter:

  • Outlet: The location of the outlet you choose to export the product timeline.
  • Start Date: The start date that you selected to export the product timeline.

After you have filled in the information above, please click the Export button to continue exporting the timeline.

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