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Thread: Add new "Create Value" within "Options"

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    Default Add new "Create Value" within "Options"

    Hi, I'm trying to add a new colour to the T-Shirts I sell in my store by adding a new "Create Value" within the "Options" section on each product. Is there a way to do this once and have it update all items, or do i have to go into each item and update them one by one which would take forever?

    John

    www.characterplanet.co.uk

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    The only way you could do this in one fell swoop would be to use the import feature, specifically the Variants field. However, I wouldn't recommend this route unless all of your products have exactly the same size/colour combinations (and no Variant-specific data). I've had a peek at your product catalogue, and this may be the case, but I can't be sure as I don't know your product line.

    Do a "complete export" first, before attempting this - to use as a backup. If in any doubt, take the manual (longer/safer) route.
    Developer :: Bluepark Solutions

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    Thanks Rich, I think It'll be safer spending time to edit the "Create Value's" individually incase I mess it up as I'm not really sure what I should be doing.

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