Not only the uploading of the products but their pricing too requires a lot of manual work. In Syncee, you can do the pricing of the products in a couple of minutes. You can add a fixed amount of extra money and/or a certain percentage of profit.
In Syncee wizard's "Pricing" Step you can add two types of pricing rules: GENERAL PRICING and CATEGORY PRICING RULES. In this article we will discuss the later.
First and most importantly, you can only apply category pricing rules if you have correctly mapped the collection field of your data feed to the appropriate Shopify field in Syncee's Field Mapping step. This pricing doesn't apply to the other products in the collection you already have in your store, only to the products in the import task.
Secondly, you need to know that category pricing overwrites the general pricing. So, in your store your suctomers will be able to see the prices that you have set for the category not what you set in the general pricing section.
Let's see how to set the pricing!
Example 1 (common usage):
You have a product which is 50 USD in your file, but you want to add 100% price margin, so you want to sell it in your Shopify store for 100 USD:
(Using this method, all of your product prices will be increased with 100%)
Example 2 (with more price ranges):
If your products' prices are very different in the file (you have cheap and expensive products in the file at the same time) you can set price ranges.
For example,you may have a 1USD product in the file, but at the same time you have a 300USD product.
Using Syncee, you can set a different margin for the 1USD product than to your 300USD product.
The example below clearly illustrates that the product which was originally 1,24USD will cost 3,72USD in your Shopify store, while the product that was 310USD will be 465USD:
You need to keep in mind that Syncee automatically converts the currency in your data feed file to the currency that you chose during the Field Mapping. Or you can also set a fixed conversion rate at the Settings of the Price's Field Mapping. We explain these settings in more detail here.