[LIVE Seminar Feb. 22] Use Case Inspo Thread - Product Feed Best Practices

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  • Tobias Lewe

    Hey Ashley, 

    awesome that you create this training! I would interested in the following case.

    Gender and Age-Group for Websites with several Stores. 

    Use Case:

    Retailer has separted their store into four areas (1.Default, 2.Women, 3.Men, 4.Kids). There is an overlap in the product range some products from Women Store are shown in the Kids Store and vice versa.

    What would be your recommendation how to deal with the gender and age-group columns. We have discussed three possibilitites the gender coumn: 

    1. Only have the values  "women" "men" for gender and seperate them with a pipe. (women; men; women|men)

    2. Have the values "women", "men" and "unisex". (women, men, unisex)

    3. Create two column and make it a binominal value (women-> yes/no; men->yes/no)

    Same question for age-group. Here we would have the values, "adult", "teen", "kids", "babies"

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  • Tobias Lewe

    How does DY select which SKU to choose from a similar group-id?

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  • Sunita Dublish

    Are the custom columns added to file before adding to DY or can we add them after?

     

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  • Fernando Gavarrón

    Can you create an audience with "top affinity to dresses" when the parent category is a general category like woman?, won't it be "woman" always the category to which the user has the top affinity (as it's in all woman clothes) or are the levels in the category treated as separate elements

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  • Sunita Dublish

    Can we remove custom column that was used for rendering? We were using custom column for creating urls for emails but we are not using it now. The custom column was created using the parser function. Can I remove that code from parser function.

     

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