ARE YOU READY?

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French Summer Sales period is coming up! Time for you to set up your different channels.

This year, Sales will start on June the 26th, 2019 until August the 06th, 2019.

Lengow recommends you to contact each channel and indicate them your intention to set your products on Sales on their websites.

Read our Special Operations Calendar to know when to send your on sale products

Here are some examples of rules to carry out:

Note: Adapt the values ​​of these examples according to your product catalogue and the expectations of the channel

Example 1: the channel expects the price values, pre-discount price and an indication of the sales.

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Regarding the condition of the rule:

vert-1.png You target the products in your catalogue that will be discounted. It will be these products that will be impacted by the rule in the outgoing catalogue.

In this example, you select all your products that have a sale price ("price" field in your product catalogue) less than the pre-discount price ("Price_before_discount" field in your product catalogue).

Regarding the effect to be produced by this rule:

(The names of the channel fields are given as an example. These vary from one channel to another)

vert-2.png In the "price" channel field, the channel expects the discounted sale price. You make it match the field in your product catalogue that contains all your discounted prices.

vert-3.png In the "prix barré" channel field, the channel expects the price before the promotion (pre-discount price). You make it match the field in your product catalogue that contains all your pre-discount prices.

vert-4.png If the channel asks for an indication of the sales, you will help with what they want. Here the channel expects the value "1" in the "type_promotion" field.

vert-5.pngRegarding the application period of the rule, you indicate the dates of the sales so that the rule only applies during that period. If the channel wishes to receive your discounted offers before the start of the sales, you vary that application period, subject to having your discounted offers in your product catalogue at that time.

 

Example 2: the channel expects the price values, the reduced price and the dates of the start and end of the discount offer.

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Regarding the condition of the rule:

vert-1.png You target the products in your catalogue that will be discounted. It will be these products that will be impacted by the rule in the outgoing catalogue.

In this example, you select all your products that have a sale price ("price" field in your product catalogue) less than the pre-discount price ("Price_before_discount" field in your product catalogue).

Regarding the effect to be produced by this rule:

(The names of the channel fields are given as an example. These vary from one channel to another)

vert-2.png In the "prix" channel field, the channel expects the price before the promotion (pre-discount price). You make it match the field in your product catalogue that contains all your pre-discount prices.

vert-3.png In the "discount-price" channel field, the channel expects the discounted sale price. You make it match the field in your product catalogue that contains all your discounted prices.

vert-4.png If the channel asks for the application dates of the promotions/sales, you will help with what they want. In this example, the channel expects the start date of the promotion in the format YYYY-MM-DD. You enter the value "2018-06-27" in the "discount-start-date" channel field.

vert-5.png If the channel asks for the application dates of the promotions/sales, you will help with what they want. In this example, the channel expects the end date of the promotion in the format YYYY-MM-DD. You enter the value "2018-08-07" in the "discount-end-date" channel field.

Summer Sales 2019

ARE YOU READY?

dd9c006f-e0fa-4bdc-838e-c1a28ce3a7b7.jpg

French Summer Sales period is coming up! Time for you to set up your different channels.

This year, Sales will start on June the 26th, 2019 until August the 06th, 2019.

Lengow recommends you to contact each channel and indicate them your intention to set your products on Sales on their websites.

Read our Special Operations Calendar to know when to send your on sale products

Here are some examples of rules to carry out:

Note: Adapt the values ​​of these examples according to your product catalogue and the expectations of the channel

Example 1: the channel expects the price values, pre-discount price and an indication of the sales.

2019-04-24_09h59_28.png

Regarding the condition of the rule:

vert-1.png You target the products in your catalogue that will be discounted. It will be these products that will be impacted by the rule in the outgoing catalogue.

In this example, you select all your products that have a sale price ("price" field in your product catalogue) less than the pre-discount price ("Price_before_discount" field in your product catalogue).

Regarding the effect to be produced by this rule:

(The names of the channel fields are given as an example. These vary from one channel to another)

vert-2.png In the "price" channel field, the channel expects the discounted sale price. You make it match the field in your product catalogue that contains all your discounted prices.

vert-3.png In the "prix barré" channel field, the channel expects the price before the promotion (pre-discount price). You make it match the field in your product catalogue that contains all your pre-discount prices.

vert-4.png If the channel asks for an indication of the sales, you will help with what they want. Here the channel expects the value "1" in the "type_promotion" field.

vert-5.pngRegarding the application period of the rule, you indicate the dates of the sales so that the rule only applies during that period. If the channel wishes to receive your discounted offers before the start of the sales, you vary that application period, subject to having your discounted offers in your product catalogue at that time.

 

Example 2: the channel expects the price values, the reduced price and the dates of the start and end of the discount offer.

2019-04-24_09h58_50.png

Regarding the condition of the rule:

vert-1.png You target the products in your catalogue that will be discounted. It will be these products that will be impacted by the rule in the outgoing catalogue.

In this example, you select all your products that have a sale price ("price" field in your product catalogue) less than the pre-discount price ("Price_before_discount" field in your product catalogue).

Regarding the effect to be produced by this rule:

(The names of the channel fields are given as an example. These vary from one channel to another)

vert-2.png In the "prix" channel field, the channel expects the price before the promotion (pre-discount price). You make it match the field in your product catalogue that contains all your pre-discount prices.

vert-3.png In the "discount-price" channel field, the channel expects the discounted sale price. You make it match the field in your product catalogue that contains all your discounted prices.

vert-4.png If the channel asks for the application dates of the promotions/sales, you will help with what they want. In this example, the channel expects the start date of the promotion in the format YYYY-MM-DD. You enter the value "2018-06-27" in the "discount-start-date" channel field.

vert-5.png If the channel asks for the application dates of the promotions/sales, you will help with what they want. In this example, the channel expects the end date of the promotion in the format YYYY-MM-DD. You enter the value "2018-08-07" in the "discount-end-date" channel field.

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