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How to upload products to Wix Stores: a detailed guide

If you're planning to launch an online store on Wix Stores or considering switching from another e-commerce platform, you're in the right place.

In this article, we will walk you through the complete process of uploading products to Wix Stores, focusing on using CSV files to manage bulk product additions.

Plus, we'll explore how Connecteed, a 100% Italian feed manager platform, can simplify and automate this crucial operation for your business.

Preparing the CSV file

Before starting the process of uploading products to Wix Stores, it is essential to prepare the correct CSV file. Wix provides a CSV template file that you can use as a starting point.

This file includes examples that will help you understand how to organize your data.

To download the Wix CSV template file, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your Wix site Control Panel.

  2. Go to the "Products" tab in the navigation menu.

  3. Click on "More actions".

  4. Select "Import".

  5. Click on "Download CSV file".

Make sure you choose the correct version of the CSV file according to your needs:

  • Blank Wix CSV template: if you are importing products from another store or if you want to start from scratch.

  • Wix CSV with your products: if you are updating existing products on your store.

Once you have downloaded the template file, open it and start entering your product data following the specifications provided by Wix.
 

Adding products to the CSV file

Inserting your product data into the CSV file is a critical step. It is essential to carefully follow the instructions provided by Wix to avoid errors during the import. Here are some key guidelines:

  • do not add or delete columns: the CSV file must maintain the structure provided by Wix, so do not add or delete columns.

  • Keep column names intact: Do not change the column names, as Wix uses these names to identify the correct data.

  • Required fields: be sure to fill in the required fields, including "handleId," "name," "fieldType," and "price."

  • Variant management: if you have products with variants, make sure the variants have the same "handleId" as the main product.

  • Image management: Product images must be provided via URL. You can include up to 15 images or GIFs for each product, separated by a semicolon (;).

Once you have completed entering data into the CSV file, save the file in CSV (comma delimited) format.
 

Uploading the CSV File to Wix Stores

Now that you have prepared your CSV file with product data, it's time to upload it to Wix Stores.

Follow these steps:

  1. go back to the "products" tab in your Wix dashboard.

  2. Click on "more actions".

  3. Select "import".

  4. Click "upload CSV file."

  5. Upload the CSV file you just prepared and click "continue."
     

Review and import

After you upload the CSV file, Wix will review the import to verify that the data is correct and that there are no errors. At this point, you may receive one of the following results:

no products with errors: in this case, you can click "Import products" to complete the process. Your products will be successfully added to your store.

Products with errors: if some products have errors, you will have several options. You can fix the errors and import the CSV file again, or you can choose to import only the products without errors. To handle errors:

  1. Click "View Errors" to identify problem products or variants.

  2. Open the original CSV file, fix the errors and save the file.

  3. Upload the new corrected CSV file and proceed with the import.

Note: The time it takes to complete the import will depend on the number of products and images. It may take up to an hour if you have a lot of products to load.

 

Connecteed: Simplify and automate the process

Now that you understand how to upload products to Wix Stores using a CSV file, we want to introduce you to an option that can make this process even more efficient: Connecteed.

Connecteed is an advanced feed management platform that simplifies and automates the activities of importing, merging, modifying and converting product price lists obtained from suppliers.

Here's how Connecteed can make your job easier:

Organization of data feeds

With Connecteed, you can organize your data feeds within one or more projects. This means you can manage multiple data sources and different feeds, all from a single dashboard. You will no longer have to confuse different sources of your data.
 

Multi-channel sources for feed acquisition

Connecteed allows you to ingest data from multiple sources, including public URLs, email inboxes, Google Sheets, HTTP/HTTPS or FTP/SFTP repositories. Furthermore, you can manage multiple import sources in parallel, even if they have different data formats. This means you can centralize all your data from different sources in one place.
 

Creation of custom databases

Within each project, you can customize your database to fit your business needs. You can define the number of columns, name and type of each field, creating custom templates for your data. This flexibility is especially useful if you have complex data to manage.
 

Unification of feeds

Connecteed allows you to unify two or more feeds into a single list. By selecting a unique key, such as a field common to all feeds (for example an ID), you can automatically aggregate the different price lists. This is especially useful when you're working with many different vendors or data sources.
 

Data normalization and uniformity

During the import process, Connecteed cleans the data by applying filters that remove incorrect or incomplete information. This ensures that data is consistent and accurate across all your sales channels. You no longer have to worry about inconsistent data.
 

Conditional rule-based changes

Connecteed includes tools for processing data based on conditional rules. You can exclude or include specific rows based on certain conditions or apply changes to the data. For example, you can automatically update product prices based on specific categories or defined parameters.
 

Converting output formats

Regardless of the feed ingestion format, Connecteed allows you to choose the desired output format. Whether you need a CSV, XLS, TXT, XML or JSON file, Connecteed can convert the data to the format you require.
 

Programming of times and frequency of updates

Once you have configured your data sources and final destinations (such as repositories, email inboxes, e-commerce or marketplaces), you can precisely schedule the times and frequency of feed updates. This ensures that your data is always up to date and in sync with supplier information.
 

Reception of automatic alerts

To ensure secure data management, Connecteed allows you to set up email notifications that are triggered in the event of specific events. For example, you can receive an alert if there are significant increases in prices set by suppliers or if the availability of a product in your warehouse drops below a specific threshold.

Ready to optimize product placement on your Wix ecommerce site?

Try now Connecteed!

Uploading products to Wix Stores may seem like a challenge at first, but by following a well-structured process and using tools like Connecteed, you can make the process much easier. With proper CSV file preparation and automation of data management tasks, you can focus on growing your online store and providing a better experience to your customers.

Remember that Connecteed offers a free trial that you can activate to test all its features and see how it can improve your data management. Investing in advanced tools like Connecteed can make a difference in the success of your online store on Wix Stores.

Start simplifying your product loading process and optimizing data management today.

If you're planning to launch an online store on Wix Stores or considering switching from another e-commerce platform, you're in the right place.

In this article, we will walk you through the complete process of uploading products to Wix Stores, focusing on using CSV files to manage bulk product additions.

Plus, we'll explore how Connecteed, a 100% Italian feed manager platform, can simplify and automate this crucial operation for your business.

Preparing the CSV file

Before starting the process of uploading products to Wix Stores, it is essential to prepare the correct CSV file. Wix provides a CSV template file that you can use as a starting point.

This file includes examples that will help you understand how to organize your data.

To download the Wix CSV template file, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your Wix site Control Panel.

  2. Go to the "Products" tab in the navigation menu.

  3. Click on "More actions".

  4. Select "Import".

  5. Click on "Download CSV file".

Make sure you choose the correct version of the CSV file according to your needs:

  • Blank Wix CSV template: if you are importing products from another store or if you want to start from scratch.

  • Wix CSV with your products: if you are updating existing products on your store.

Once you have downloaded the template file, open it and start entering your product data following the specifications provided by Wix.
 

Adding products to the CSV file

Inserting your product data into the CSV file is a critical step. It is essential to carefully follow the instructions provided by Wix to avoid errors during the import. Here are some key guidelines:

  • do not add or delete columns: the CSV file must maintain the structure provided by Wix, so do not add or delete columns.

  • Keep column names intact: Do not change the column names, as Wix uses these names to identify the correct data.

  • Required fields: be sure to fill in the required fields, including "handleId," "name," "fieldType," and "price."

  • Variant management: if you have products with variants, make sure the variants have the same "handleId" as the main product.

  • Image management: Product images must be provided via URL. You can include up to 15 images or GIFs for each product, separated by a semicolon (;).

Once you have completed entering data into the CSV file, save the file in CSV (comma delimited) format.
 

Uploading the CSV File to Wix Stores

Now that you have prepared your CSV file with product data, it's time to upload it to Wix Stores.

Follow these steps:

  1. go back to the "products" tab in your Wix dashboard.

  2. Click on "more actions".

  3. Select "import".

  4. Click "upload CSV file."

  5. Upload the CSV file you just prepared and click "continue."
     

Review and import

After you upload the CSV file, Wix will review the import to verify that the data is correct and that there are no errors. At this point, you may receive one of the following results:

no products with errors: in this case, you can click "Import products" to complete the process. Your products will be successfully added to your store.

Products with errors: if some products have errors, you will have several options. You can fix the errors and import the CSV file again, or you can choose to import only the products without errors. To handle errors:

  1. Click "View Errors" to identify problem products or variants.

  2. Open the original CSV file, fix the errors and save the file.

  3. Upload the new corrected CSV file and proceed with the import.

Note: The time it takes to complete the import will depend on the number of products and images. It may take up to an hour if you have a lot of products to load.

 

Connecteed: Simplify and automate the process

Now that you understand how to upload products to Wix Stores using a CSV file, we want to introduce you to an option that can make this process even more efficient: Connecteed.

Connecteed is an advanced feed management platform that simplifies and automates the activities of importing, merging, modifying and converting product price lists obtained from suppliers.

Here's how Connecteed can make your job easier:

Organization of data feeds

With Connecteed, you can organize your data feeds within one or more projects. This means you can manage multiple data sources and different feeds, all from a single dashboard. You will no longer have to confuse different sources of your data.
 

Multi-channel sources for feed acquisition

Connecteed allows you to ingest data from multiple sources, including public URLs, email inboxes, Google Sheets, HTTP/HTTPS or FTP/SFTP repositories. Furthermore, you can manage multiple import sources in parallel, even if they have different data formats. This means you can centralize all your data from different sources in one place.
 

Creation of custom databases

Within each project, you can customize your database to fit your business needs. You can define the number of columns, name and type of each field, creating custom templates for your data. This flexibility is especially useful if you have complex data to manage.
 

Unification of feeds

Connecteed allows you to unify two or more feeds into a single list. By selecting a unique key, such as a field common to all feeds (for example an ID), you can automatically aggregate the different price lists. This is especially useful when you're working with many different vendors or data sources.
 

Data normalization and uniformity

During the import process, Connecteed cleans the data by applying filters that remove incorrect or incomplete information. This ensures that data is consistent and accurate across all your sales channels. You no longer have to worry about inconsistent data.
 

Conditional rule-based changes

Connecteed includes tools for processing data based on conditional rules. You can exclude or include specific rows based on certain conditions or apply changes to the data. For example, you can automatically update product prices based on specific categories or defined parameters.
 

Converting output formats

Regardless of the feed ingestion format, Connecteed allows you to choose the desired output format. Whether you need a CSV, XLS, TXT, XML or JSON file, Connecteed can convert the data to the format you require.
 

Programming of times and frequency of updates

Once you have configured your data sources and final destinations (such as repositories, email inboxes, e-commerce or marketplaces), you can precisely schedule the times and frequency of feed updates. This ensures that your data is always up to date and in sync with supplier information.
 

Reception of automatic alerts

To ensure secure data management, Connecteed allows you to set up email notifications that are triggered in the event of specific events. For example, you can receive an alert if there are significant increases in prices set by suppliers or if the availability of a product in your warehouse drops below a specific threshold.

Ready to optimize product placement on your Wix ecommerce site?

Try now Connecteed!

Uploading products to Wix Stores may seem like a challenge at first, but by following a well-structured process and using tools like Connecteed, you can make the process much easier. With proper CSV file preparation and automation of data management tasks, you can focus on growing your online store and providing a better experience to your customers.

Remember that Connecteed offers a free trial that you can activate to test all its features and see how it can improve your data management. Investing in advanced tools like Connecteed can make a difference in the success of your online store on Wix Stores.

Start simplifying your product loading process and optimizing data management today.

If you're planning to launch an online store on Wix Stores or considering switching from another e-commerce platform, you're in the right place.

In this article, we will walk you through the complete process of uploading products to Wix Stores, focusing on using CSV files to manage bulk product additions.

Plus, we'll explore how Connecteed, a 100% Italian feed manager platform, can simplify and automate this crucial operation for your business.

Preparing the CSV file

Before starting the process of uploading products to Wix Stores, it is essential to prepare the correct CSV file. Wix provides a CSV template file that you can use as a starting point.

This file includes examples that will help you understand how to organize your data.

To download the Wix CSV template file, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your Wix site Control Panel.

  2. Go to the "Products" tab in the navigation menu.

  3. Click on "More actions".

  4. Select "Import".

  5. Click on "Download CSV file".

Make sure you choose the correct version of the CSV file according to your needs:

  • Blank Wix CSV template: if you are importing products from another store or if you want to start from scratch.

  • Wix CSV with your products: if you are updating existing products on your store.

Once you have downloaded the template file, open it and start entering your product data following the specifications provided by Wix.
 

Adding products to the CSV file

Inserting your product data into the CSV file is a critical step. It is essential to carefully follow the instructions provided by Wix to avoid errors during the import. Here are some key guidelines:

  • do not add or delete columns: the CSV file must maintain the structure provided by Wix, so do not add or delete columns.

  • Keep column names intact: Do not change the column names, as Wix uses these names to identify the correct data.

  • Required fields: be sure to fill in the required fields, including "handleId," "name," "fieldType," and "price."

  • Variant management: if you have products with variants, make sure the variants have the same "handleId" as the main product.

  • Image management: Product images must be provided via URL. You can include up to 15 images or GIFs for each product, separated by a semicolon (;).

Once you have completed entering data into the CSV file, save the file in CSV (comma delimited) format.
 

Uploading the CSV File to Wix Stores

Now that you have prepared your CSV file with product data, it's time to upload it to Wix Stores.

Follow these steps:

  1. go back to the "products" tab in your Wix dashboard.

  2. Click on "more actions".

  3. Select "import".

  4. Click "upload CSV file."

  5. Upload the CSV file you just prepared and click "continue."
     

Review and import

After you upload the CSV file, Wix will review the import to verify that the data is correct and that there are no errors. At this point, you may receive one of the following results:

no products with errors: in this case, you can click "Import products" to complete the process. Your products will be successfully added to your store.

Products with errors: if some products have errors, you will have several options. You can fix the errors and import the CSV file again, or you can choose to import only the products without errors. To handle errors:

  1. Click "View Errors" to identify problem products or variants.

  2. Open the original CSV file, fix the errors and save the file.

  3. Upload the new corrected CSV file and proceed with the import.

Note: The time it takes to complete the import will depend on the number of products and images. It may take up to an hour if you have a lot of products to load.

 

Connecteed: Simplify and automate the process

Now that you understand how to upload products to Wix Stores using a CSV file, we want to introduce you to an option that can make this process even more efficient: Connecteed.

Connecteed is an advanced feed management platform that simplifies and automates the activities of importing, merging, modifying and converting product price lists obtained from suppliers.

Here's how Connecteed can make your job easier:

Organization of data feeds

With Connecteed, you can organize your data feeds within one or more projects. This means you can manage multiple data sources and different feeds, all from a single dashboard. You will no longer have to confuse different sources of your data.
 

Multi-channel sources for feed acquisition

Connecteed allows you to ingest data from multiple sources, including public URLs, email inboxes, Google Sheets, HTTP/HTTPS or FTP/SFTP repositories. Furthermore, you can manage multiple import sources in parallel, even if they have different data formats. This means you can centralize all your data from different sources in one place.
 

Creation of custom databases

Within each project, you can customize your database to fit your business needs. You can define the number of columns, name and type of each field, creating custom templates for your data. This flexibility is especially useful if you have complex data to manage.
 

Unification of feeds

Connecteed allows you to unify two or more feeds into a single list. By selecting a unique key, such as a field common to all feeds (for example an ID), you can automatically aggregate the different price lists. This is especially useful when you're working with many different vendors or data sources.
 

Data normalization and uniformity

During the import process, Connecteed cleans the data by applying filters that remove incorrect or incomplete information. This ensures that data is consistent and accurate across all your sales channels. You no longer have to worry about inconsistent data.
 

Conditional rule-based changes

Connecteed includes tools for processing data based on conditional rules. You can exclude or include specific rows based on certain conditions or apply changes to the data. For example, you can automatically update product prices based on specific categories or defined parameters.
 

Converting output formats

Regardless of the feed ingestion format, Connecteed allows you to choose the desired output format. Whether you need a CSV, XLS, TXT, XML or JSON file, Connecteed can convert the data to the format you require.
 

Programming of times and frequency of updates

Once you have configured your data sources and final destinations (such as repositories, email inboxes, e-commerce or marketplaces), you can precisely schedule the times and frequency of feed updates. This ensures that your data is always up to date and in sync with supplier information.
 

Reception of automatic alerts

To ensure secure data management, Connecteed allows you to set up email notifications that are triggered in the event of specific events. For example, you can receive an alert if there are significant increases in prices set by suppliers or if the availability of a product in your warehouse drops below a specific threshold.

Ready to optimize product placement on your Wix ecommerce site?

Try now Connecteed!

Uploading products to Wix Stores may seem like a challenge at first, but by following a well-structured process and using tools like Connecteed, you can make the process much easier. With proper CSV file preparation and automation of data management tasks, you can focus on growing your online store and providing a better experience to your customers.

Remember that Connecteed offers a free trial that you can activate to test all its features and see how it can improve your data management. Investing in advanced tools like Connecteed can make a difference in the success of your online store on Wix Stores.

Start simplifying your product loading process and optimizing data management today.

If you're planning to launch an online store on Wix Stores or considering switching from another e-commerce platform, you're in the right place.

In this article, we will walk you through the complete process of uploading products to Wix Stores, focusing on using CSV files to manage bulk product additions.

Plus, we'll explore how Connecteed, a 100% Italian feed manager platform, can simplify and automate this crucial operation for your business.

Preparing the CSV file

Before starting the process of uploading products to Wix Stores, it is essential to prepare the correct CSV file. Wix provides a CSV template file that you can use as a starting point.

This file includes examples that will help you understand how to organize your data.

To download the Wix CSV template file, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your Wix site Control Panel.

  2. Go to the "Products" tab in the navigation menu.

  3. Click on "More actions".

  4. Select "Import".

  5. Click on "Download CSV file".

Make sure you choose the correct version of the CSV file according to your needs:

  • Blank Wix CSV template: if you are importing products from another store or if you want to start from scratch.

  • Wix CSV with your products: if you are updating existing products on your store.

Once you have downloaded the template file, open it and start entering your product data following the specifications provided by Wix.
 

Adding products to the CSV file

Inserting your product data into the CSV file is a critical step. It is essential to carefully follow the instructions provided by Wix to avoid errors during the import. Here are some key guidelines:

  • do not add or delete columns: the CSV file must maintain the structure provided by Wix, so do not add or delete columns.

  • Keep column names intact: Do not change the column names, as Wix uses these names to identify the correct data.

  • Required fields: be sure to fill in the required fields, including "handleId," "name," "fieldType," and "price."

  • Variant management: if you have products with variants, make sure the variants have the same "handleId" as the main product.

  • Image management: Product images must be provided via URL. You can include up to 15 images or GIFs for each product, separated by a semicolon (;).

Once you have completed entering data into the CSV file, save the file in CSV (comma delimited) format.
 

Uploading the CSV File to Wix Stores

Now that you have prepared your CSV file with product data, it's time to upload it to Wix Stores.

Follow these steps:

  1. go back to the "products" tab in your Wix dashboard.

  2. Click on "more actions".

  3. Select "import".

  4. Click "upload CSV file."

  5. Upload the CSV file you just prepared and click "continue."
     

Review and import

After you upload the CSV file, Wix will review the import to verify that the data is correct and that there are no errors. At this point, you may receive one of the following results:

no products with errors: in this case, you can click "Import products" to complete the process. Your products will be successfully added to your store.

Products with errors: if some products have errors, you will have several options. You can fix the errors and import the CSV file again, or you can choose to import only the products without errors. To handle errors:

  1. Click "View Errors" to identify problem products or variants.

  2. Open the original CSV file, fix the errors and save the file.

  3. Upload the new corrected CSV file and proceed with the import.

Note: The time it takes to complete the import will depend on the number of products and images. It may take up to an hour if you have a lot of products to load.

 

Connecteed: Simplify and automate the process

Now that you understand how to upload products to Wix Stores using a CSV file, we want to introduce you to an option that can make this process even more efficient: Connecteed.

Connecteed is an advanced feed management platform that simplifies and automates the activities of importing, merging, modifying and converting product price lists obtained from suppliers.

Here's how Connecteed can make your job easier:

Organization of data feeds

With Connecteed, you can organize your data feeds within one or more projects. This means you can manage multiple data sources and different feeds, all from a single dashboard. You will no longer have to confuse different sources of your data.
 

Multi-channel sources for feed acquisition

Connecteed allows you to ingest data from multiple sources, including public URLs, email inboxes, Google Sheets, HTTP/HTTPS or FTP/SFTP repositories. Furthermore, you can manage multiple import sources in parallel, even if they have different data formats. This means you can centralize all your data from different sources in one place.
 

Creation of custom databases

Within each project, you can customize your database to fit your business needs. You can define the number of columns, name and type of each field, creating custom templates for your data. This flexibility is especially useful if you have complex data to manage.
 

Unification of feeds

Connecteed allows you to unify two or more feeds into a single list. By selecting a unique key, such as a field common to all feeds (for example an ID), you can automatically aggregate the different price lists. This is especially useful when you're working with many different vendors or data sources.
 

Data normalization and uniformity

During the import process, Connecteed cleans the data by applying filters that remove incorrect or incomplete information. This ensures that data is consistent and accurate across all your sales channels. You no longer have to worry about inconsistent data.
 

Conditional rule-based changes

Connecteed includes tools for processing data based on conditional rules. You can exclude or include specific rows based on certain conditions or apply changes to the data. For example, you can automatically update product prices based on specific categories or defined parameters.
 

Converting output formats

Regardless of the feed ingestion format, Connecteed allows you to choose the desired output format. Whether you need a CSV, XLS, TXT, XML or JSON file, Connecteed can convert the data to the format you require.
 

Programming of times and frequency of updates

Once you have configured your data sources and final destinations (such as repositories, email inboxes, e-commerce or marketplaces), you can precisely schedule the times and frequency of feed updates. This ensures that your data is always up to date and in sync with supplier information.
 

Reception of automatic alerts

To ensure secure data management, Connecteed allows you to set up email notifications that are triggered in the event of specific events. For example, you can receive an alert if there are significant increases in prices set by suppliers or if the availability of a product in your warehouse drops below a specific threshold.

Ready to optimize product placement on your Wix ecommerce site?

Try now Connecteed!

Uploading products to Wix Stores may seem like a challenge at first, but by following a well-structured process and using tools like Connecteed, you can make the process much easier. With proper CSV file preparation and automation of data management tasks, you can focus on growing your online store and providing a better experience to your customers.

Remember that Connecteed offers a free trial that you can activate to test all its features and see how it can improve your data management. Investing in advanced tools like Connecteed can make a difference in the success of your online store on Wix Stores.

Start simplifying your product loading process and optimizing data management today.

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© Copyright 2024, All rights reserved by Connecteed. VAT 16225951009