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Is it okay to select unisex if landing page has two genders?

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I sell apparels and most Items I sell are available for men and woman in the same landing page. It is not unisex but the landing page contains cuts for both genders. 

 

would it show for both genders in google shopping filters if labeled unisex? 

 

If its not okay (or wouldn't show for specific genders), Should I just make a separate listing for each gender (which will take a lot more time)? 

 

Thank you

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Is it okay to select unisex if landing page has two genders?

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only physical inventory items may be submitted.

 

gender must be for one, physical, inventory item --

each physical inventory item is a separate listing,

corresponding to a single shopping-ad.

 

unisex indicates the physical product's targeted gender --

not that the product is available for both men and woman.

 

a product that is available for men

and women is considered a variant --

google has strict rules for variants.

 

google does not require that all physical (variant)

items be submitted; however, if multiple variants

are submitted, then all variant rules and policies

must be followed.

 

see also

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112#item_group_id

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/6324507

 

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Is it okay to select unisex if landing page has two genders?

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Hi there,


For Google Shopping feeds, individual products should have their own page.

 

  • Each product in your product data should be the most prominent product on its linked landing page. If your landing page has multiple products on it, such as variants or similar items, the product in your product data must be the single most prominent.  For example, category pages or search pages are not allowed.

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/4752265

 

Marked as Best Answer.
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Accepted by topic author Tarek D
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Is it okay to select unisex if landing page has two genders?

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only physical inventory items may be submitted.

 

gender must be for one, physical, inventory item --

each physical inventory item is a separate listing,

corresponding to a single shopping-ad.

 

unisex indicates the physical product's targeted gender --

not that the product is available for both men and woman.

 

a product that is available for men

and women is considered a variant --

google has strict rules for variants.

 

google does not require that all physical (variant)

items be submitted; however, if multiple variants

are submitted, then all variant rules and policies

must be followed.

 

see also

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112#item_group_id

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/6324507