The Sales Layer
In the Main Dashboard view you will see a general summary of the
In addition, as you can see in the following image, you can also see the users' activity in the account and featured articles with Sales Layer news.
If you scroll down, you will find the information related to the
A little further down, you will see a graphical summary of the number of items in your tables and the current status of all those items in the
On the other hand, just to the right, you will find the image and file libraries. Here you can see how many images or files you have in your account, and where they are or are not linked to any of the items in the different tables.
If you continue scrolling, you will find a button that will take you to the
A little further to the right, you will see a list of the services offered by the platform and, depending on the plan you have subscribed to, whether or not you have access to certain
Regarding the type of support contracted, it will also show the plan we have contracted and its corresponding type of support, and if the company is not yet in production, the status in which we are. In the last information box, just on the right, you will find the pending translations, if you have more languages and there are still pending translations. By clicking on the specific language you will have direct access to edit them.
Once we have reviewed the information boxes of the most important sections of our account, let's see what sections it contains. On the left, you will have each of them. This menu can be viewed in simplified or complete form. To choose the view mode, you will have to use the arrow shown below:
From here we will be able to access each of the following sections:
Products: section where you can import, edit and work the product table. To import from scratch go to Products > Actions> Import products, or if you have already done this step previously and want to add new items, do it directly from the Import button located below the search engine in the Productssection. Variants: section in which you can import, edit and work with the variants table. Note that this option will only appear if you have created variants. This is one of the features of Sales Layer: simplicity.
- To import them, from the product table go to Actions > View variants > and click on Import.
Once you have variants, the section will be displayed in the menu, as you can see in this screenshot:
Categories: section to work with the category tree of your products, which you can add to Sales Layer either manually or by importing directly from a CSV document. From here you will be able to view and edit your categories. Points of sale: From here you will be able to create sales points if it is useful for your company. This way you will be able to manage this information in Sales Layer (in order to publish it on the web, for example). You can import a document where you have all your points of sale from the Import button or create them from scratch in Sales Layer from the Add button. Sales material: Here you can store everything other than productsand formats, and relate it to them if necessary. Quality report: A very useful function to see how complete the product information is. Channels: From this section you will be able to create connectors from the Channel Store to manage the input and output of Sales Layer information, as well as consult, edit and access those you have previously created. Images: Here you will be able to import images and consult their characteristics and links, as well as download, modify and rename them. Files: From here you will have the option to import different types of files such as PDF, CSV, ZIP, videos… Translations: In this section you can add new languages to the catalog and consult and access pending translations.
Finally, at the top of the main panel you will have access to