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Add Products by Importing a CSV file (spreadsheet)
Add Products by Importing a CSV file (spreadsheet)

Learn how to add new products using a CSV file

Holland Rocha avatar
Written by Holland Rocha
Updated over a week ago

Sellbrite gives you the ability to build your products in bulk, through the use of CSV spreadsheet templates. These spreadsheets are also called CSV files, because the format of the file is CSV (Comma Separated Values) when you save it.

Here are some simple steps to guide you through this process:

1. Export the Product CSV template from Sellbrite.

This can be done by navigating to Settings > Export Data. From this page, you can select "All Data", which export a spread sheet containing all of your products.

You can also choose to export a "Template Only", which will provide you with a template containing a few sample products.

This will help you to help you visually see how to format your products.

Row 4 = a single product (meaning a product without any variations).

Row 5 = a product with variations (also known as the parent product).

Row 6-11 = variations of the parent product from row 5.

NOTE: Do not edit or remove the first 3 rows of the file.

2. Fill out the spreadsheet

NOTE: When adding a product in Sellbrite, you are required to enter a SKU (Stock Keeping Unit) and a Product Name. Sellbrite only accepts letters, numbers, hyphens, spaces, and underscores in SKUs.

After your spreadsheet has been filled out, you want to save the file to your computer. Make sure you save the file in CSV format.

3. Upload the File

Navigate to Settings > Import Data. From this page, select "CSV File" for Products.

This will take you to the Product CSV upload page. Select the file you saved to your computer and upload it.

NOTE: Sellbrite's system does not accept spreadsheets other than Sellbrite's Product or Inventory CSV Files. If you have your product information already saved to a different spreadsheet, you will need to transfer the data onto one of our provided spreadsheets.

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