How Do I Setup Product Modifiers in WebManager? How Do I Setup Product Modifiers in WebManager?

How Do I Setup Product Modifiers in WebManager?

If your products offer multiple options for your customers to choose from such as fabric style, color, size, etc., then you may want to use WebManager modifier function. The process of creating modifier menus is easy once you get the hang of it.

The first step we need to take is to download the two spreadsheet templates that are required to create a modifier menu: The Modifier_Lists.xlsx(Modifier Options) and Product Modifiers (Associated Product Modifiers)

The Modifier List spreadsheet is where you configure the drop-down options that will appear for selected products. Color, Fabric, Size etc.

The Product Modifiers spreadsheet is where you associate the modifiers to the desired products.

Let’s begin with the Modifier List.

Modifier List Spreadsheet Headers:


ModifierListName - This is the modifier menu drop-down name in which the modifiers are under. In this example we are using Choose a Color.

ModifierListKey - This is where you add the name that will be used to pair the modifier to the   ItemID (Product). In this example we are using Color 1.

ModifierItemID - This is where you enter your internal SKU/ItemID for that entry; it will be shown in the final ItemID for the product. In this example we use R-10 for the color Red.

ModifierItemName - This is the name that you will see in the dropdown list. In this example Red.

PhotoName  - This is the same field that is on the ImportProductTemplate spreadsheet. If the name of the .jpg image does not match the ModifierItemID you need to specify the image name here.

Price - If the modifier is going to change the price, you enter the amount here. The modifier can be a positive or negative value. Here we are using -30.

IsDeleted  - This field is required on every spreadsheet uploaded. To have shown enter False. To hide enter True.


Product Modifier Spreadsheet Headers:


ModifierListKey - This is the field used to pair the Modifier to the ItemID/SKU (Product).

Here we are using Color 1 from the Modifier List spreadsheet.

ItemID - This is the ItemId/Sku of the product that you want the modifiers to be associated with.

Here we are using Armchair.

SortOrder - This field determines the order in which the modifiers are displayed.

IsDeleted - This field is required on every spreadsheet uploaded. To have shown enter False. To hide enter True.

Let’s suppose that you have an armchair that comes in three different colors: Red, Blue, and Yellow. We would fill the Modifier List out as below.





Now let’s assume that you have a sofa with the same color options, and for the sake of clarity, let’s add a loveseat that only comes in two colors. We will create the modifier for the Loveseat in rows 5 & 6.


Since the sofa and the armchair have the same color options, then they would have the same Modifier List Key Color 1 attached to them. However, since the loveseat only has two color options—even if those options are identical to those offered with other furniture—it would still require its own unique Modifier List Key, shown above as Color 2.

This is what the Product Modifier Template would look like after following the directions above with row 4 showing the Loveseat modifier set up.



Once you have finished creating your modifiers, you will need to upload them into the Webmanager. Once you have logged in, follow the steps below: 

In the left side panel of the screen click on “Manage Data”, then “Upload Data Sheets”.

Select “Modifier Lists”. Load your Modifier List Key spreadsheet. 


Confirm the upload by cliking on the My Data Looks Good Button.


Then select "I Want To Import More Data" and follow the above process except this time select Product Modifier for the Type.


Once this is completed be sure to click on the "Push Data Live" button and your done!




To confirm that your modifiers have been loaded correctly, search for the product within the Webmanager. The new modifier menus should be shown within the “Item Display” section. You may also review the new modifier menus within the RepZio App by navigating to the item(s) you created modifiers for. 



My modifiers didn't show up. What gives?

1. Check to make sure that you resynced your iPad/iPhone with any new changes that were pushed by the Webmananger. If you resync your device and still don't see the modifiers, try refreshing your data. This can be done by tapping on the gear icon on the bottom right hand side of your landing page (where Browse, Add Client, Recent etc. menus are presented). Follow the prompts to refresh your data. 

2. Check to make sure that your Modifier List Key(s) in the Product Modifiers spreadsheet are identical to the ones you created in the Modifier List spreadsheet. An incorrect letter, extra space or stray number is enough to cause the error, so double check your work. 

How many modifiers can I have for each product?

You may have as many modifiers as you need for your products. 

How many options can I have for each modifier menu?

You may have as many options as you need.