Adding your products is fun, let us walk you through it. We will also highlight some key aspects for your understanding and making sure you benefit the most out of jumper.

Go to the Products menu, under which you will see add new:

Add a product

Add a beautiful image of your product by clicking the big + sign. Following Facebooks guidelines to make sure it looks great in the purchase journey, add the image with ratio of 2:1

i.e. width=2 and height=1.

Now let's give this product a name, for e.g. Mancheter United away jersey

You then choose an appropriate hashtag, for e.g. #manutdaway

There's a one-page product webpage created automatically, for e.g. to make it easy for you to sell on e-mail, embedding in blogs and a whole lot more. Do check it out :)

Add a description - with all relevant details, more pictures, videos, etc. we recommend to keep this short, simple and to the point to avoid distractions.

If your product has variations - such as size, color, flavours(ice-creams), flower types etc.. follow the steps as shown below:

Product variations

The image above for example we've selected same price, tax, weight. Key in the details, add images for variations if you'd like and move to the next step.

You can toggle on/off the option to allow your customers to pass special instructions; such as Engrave initials, please call before delivery, etc.

You can also toggle on/off if you're allowing your customers to buy more than 1 quantity of your product.

Lastly, we can toggle whether this product should be visible on your shop page. Often we've seen merchants switch it off when they're selling premium products.

With that we reach the best part of embedding all the details keyed in above into your product hashtag, which in this case is #manutdaway

Did we tell you, you also have a magic message link? It's - This will trigger messenger from anywhere to begin the product buying process for your potential customers. Check it out. :)

We're working hard to get combination of products to be purchased. For e.g. 1 Medium and 2 Large T-shirts from the example above.
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