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Shopping Campaign Inventory Filter

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Good day,

I'm trying to create a campaign that features just 25 products.  I'm trying to create an Inventory Filter with just those 25 item IDs but that doesn't seem to work. Someone suggested pressing the Enter key after each ID, but that doesn't work. I enter an ID and press Enter and nothing happens.  I also tried entering with a comma between Item IDs and that doesn't work.  How do I create a shopping campaign with just 25 specific item IDs?



Curt Burgess


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Shopping Campaign Inventory Filter

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the best likely course is to simply add a
custom-label attribute to the submitted-data; e.g.

then, add the same label value to those 25 submitted items,
and filter by custom-labels in the shopping-campaign-settings --
so the entire set of 25-items will be filtered, using one value; e.g.


other attributes, such as product_type,
may be used in the same, similar, way.


for example, if the 25 items were all some form of red ceramic mugs, use:
home > dining > mugs > ceramic red mugs
then, filter by each > level-value: home, dining, mugs, ceramic red mugs.

otherwise, only one value per attribute, with up to seven
attributes, are allowed to be used as an inventory-filter.

otherwise, simply delete those items from the feed and resubmit the feed --

be certain never to reassign those id values to any other inventory items.