How to place the parent category to sub categories in csv file for importation?
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My products will fall into different sub categories. And i wanna know on how to mapped it to the csv file for importation in the booth category. For example, Shoes (Parent Category) > Men Shoes (Sub Category).

And is there a status like 10 products were already imported on the website when I’m going to import on my booth?

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Each subcategory has its own category number. Here’s a list that you can review or even use the search box to find it quickly.

https://www.bonanza.com/site_help/booths_setup/complete_category_list?layout=&title=Complete+List+of+Categories

Here’s the list of subcategories for shoes:

https://www.bonanza.com/site_help/booths_setup/complete_category_list?utf8=?&category_search%5Bterm%5D=shoes&commit=Submit

When you import, there is a status report telling you the progress.

answered about 1 month ago

tomwayne1
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3 Comments

shop123laundry says: April 16, 2019

Thank you for your help. What I mean is inside the booth category. The customized booth category. I would like to know on how to mapped it to the csv file? Thank youuu.

tomwayne1 says: April 16, 2019

It isn’t. That has to be manually done.

Glodeo says: May 06, 2019

Hi, I basically just asked the same question but I also wanted to know how to list each item after I edit it without having to wait till all are finished. Have you figured that one out yet?

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