Your WooCommerce Marketplace Settings control how Sku Grid is allowed to interact with your WooCommerce products. Be sure to configure all of these settings before adding WooCommerce items to Sku Grid.
1. You should have already gotten your WooCommerce API keys and entered them into your Sku Grid Marketplace Settings. If not, CLICK HERE to learn how to do so.
2. Log into Sku Grid at https://skugrid.com
3. Click Settings --> Marketplaces --> WooCommerce --> Country you're selling on.
4. Configure all of your Marketplace Settings. Each field will be described below.
Default Quantity: This is the quantity that you want your listings to be maintained at by default. All items, when updated, will be changed to this quantity unless you specify on individual items to have a different Default Quantity. Enter the default quantity that you desire here.
Update Sold Items To Default Quantity: This option tells Sku Grid whether or not you want your items revised back up to their default quantity after you make sales.
Reprice only if price increased by at least ($): This is your price increase threshold. Do not leave this blank. If the supplier’s price increase by this amount, then Sku Grid will revise your price. For example, if you enter a 1 here, that would mean that if the supplier price increased by $1 then Sku Grid should increase your price. But if the supplier’s price increased only for up to $0.99, it should take no action. Please enter your desired price increase threshold here.
Reprice only if price decreased by at least ($): This is your price decrease threshold. Do not leave this blank. If the supplier’s price decreases by this amount, then Sku Grid will revise your price. For example, if you enter a 1 here, that would mean that if the supplier price decreased by $1 then Sku Grid should decrease your price as well. But if the supplier’s price decreased by anything up to $0.99, it should take no action. Please enter your desired price decrease threshold here. If you never want your prices to decrease, you can enter 4 Nine’s here 9999 as there will never be a price decrease that large, therefore, your prices will never decrease
Set price to be rounded to following cents: If you want your prices rounded, you can select how you would like for Sku Grid to round them here. If you do not want your prices rounded up, then select Do Not Round Up.
Do not end OOS items, instead, change my price to: This option is for people who do not want their items ended or put out of stock when the supplier is out of stock. Instead they want their prices changed to an extremely high number to discourage buyers from making a purchase. If you want to use this option, enter a value here such as 999.
Auto Update WooCommerce Stock: Select Yes here if you want your stock to be controlled. Select No, if you do not.
Only put items OOS (don’t put them back in stock): Most people would want to leave this option set to Disabled. This options means that while Sku Grid can control your stock, that you only want Sku Grid to put your items out of stock and never back in stock, even if the supplier has the items available.
Auto Update WooCommerce Price: Select Yes here if you want your prices to be able to be controlled. Select No, if you do not.
Import only products that exist in SG (to synchronize data): Set this option to Yes. In the event that there is some glitch or reason why an item did not update, it allows Sku Grid to be able to try again later.
Import new products that do not exist in SG: Set this option to Yes, if you want Sku Grid to import any of your WooCommerce items that have not yet been added to Sku Grid. When it imports them, the items will be paused. You'll need to edit them, put in the correct supplier url and supplier variation and set Pause Repricing to No to unpause them. This is a good way to get your items in without you having to add in each item or remember to import after adding them.
Sync Sales from Orders Dash: Orders Dash is a centralized hub for your orders from WooCommerce and any other marketplace you're using in Sku Grid. Here's more information on setting up Orders Dash CLICK HERE
5. Once you're done configuring your WooCommerce Marketplace Settings, scroll down and click Save Settings.