Using the standard inventory template and uploading it to CommerceHub's Dsco platform is the fastest way to create a lot of SKUs quickly. Simply download the template, enter your SKU information, and then upload the file to the Dsco platform.
Want to see a walkthrough of how to upload SKUs via Excel spreadsheet? Click through the steps directly in the Dsco platform using the Guide Me tool: Add Inventory
Step 1: Click the Dashboard icon and select Workflows > Inventory.
Step 2: On the Inventory page, click Upload File at the top of the page.
Step 3: The Upload Inventory page is displayed with a list of available file types and downloadable templates. From the Dsco Standard Templates section, click the desired Excel template and save the file to your computer.
Note: Both the Inventory Excel Template and Catalog Excel Template can be used for your item information, but Inventory provides the narrowest set of data and Catalog provides the widest set of data. For example, the narrow Inventory template can be used to enter essential item details such as quantity or the status, and the wider Catalog template can be used to enter extra details such as warehouse location or handling cost.
Step 4: Populate the file with your inventory SKU information. The template has several rows at the top of the spreadsheet that provide details on what information is required for each field. Be sure to pay attention to the fields that are required to ensure that the spreadsheet is processed correctly. When finished, save the file.
Step 5: Return to the Inventory page in the Dsco platform. Click the Dashboard icon and select Workflows > Inventory.
Step 6: On the Inventory page, click Upload File at the top of the page.
Step 7: On the Upload Inventory page, click Choose File and follow the instructions to upload the file from Step 4.
Step 8: Click Inventory or Catalog to upload the file to the Dsco platform.
Step 9: A status message is displayed at the top of the page. Your inventory data should appear in the Inventory page within a couple of minutes.
Note: If your inventory data does not appear within a few minutes, review the logs for all of your jobs. See Checking your job history for more information about reviewing process logs.