When you go to the feed management page > ‘source feed overview’ tab, you will see two sections.
The first relates to the overview of your source feed. The second enables you to create virtual fields.
1. Source feed overview
Here you will see the structure of your source feed as our indexers detect it. You will see your header titles and an example of the value contained in the first product in your source feed.
URL of your source feed
Fields in your source feed
Example with product values
If you want to see all of your source feed, here’s a guide to tell you how to do it.
At the bottom of this page, you will find a form to enable you to create virtual fields within Lengow.
2.1. When to add a virtual field
You can add columns (headers) within your source feed to fill a gap, particularly when you don’t know which field in your source feed to match with the distributor’s field.
2.2. How to add a virtual field
You can add columns (headers) within your source feed to fill a gap. The name of the virtual field created cannot contain special characters or accents. It cannot duplicate an existing field from your source feed otherwise it may impede updates. The virtual field, by its very nature, doesn't contain a value, so you need to match it in field matching and then inject values into it via an automatic rule or from the product listing in offers management.
PLEASE NOTE: You need to wait for the next indexation for the new field to appear in field matching.