Managing your products, variations, images, pricing, and available stock in Woocommerce can be challenging, especially with a large number of product offerings. Many businesses are very comfortable with keeping an accurate list of these key product details in Google Sheets and it takes a lot of manual work to make those additions and changes in Woocommerce. WP Data Sync offers the perfect solution for anyone that would like to automatically sync their Woocommerce products with a Google Sheet.
Automatically Sync Woocommerce Products with Google Sheets
A spreadsheet in Google Sheets makes it easy to create clean lists of all your products with every detail. If your company can put together a list of product names, SKU, descriptions, pricing, product category, images via a URL, and inventory, then you can use the WP Data Sync Woocommerce Google Sheets integration to automatically sync that information. This also means that any updates in Google Sheets will be changed in Woocommerce. All you need to do to create new products in Woocommerce is add them to the integrated Google Sheet. It makes the whole process simple and clean.
Best File Format for Google Sheets to Sync with Woocommerce Products
We’ve provided a link of a sample format of all the key product details below, but the simplest way for an existing Woocommerce store to get the best Google Sheets format for their store is to export all products to an Excel spreadsheet. This will provide you with the fields you will need to include in your Google Sheets structure. If you are just getting started, you can also create your first product in Woocommerce. Once you’ve set up the product and everything appears as you would like, then export that single product to accomplish the same thing for your required structure.
Connect Google Sheets to Woocommerce with WP Data Sync
Once you have set up your WP Data Sync account, the process to integrate Woocommerce with Google Sheets is straightforward. First, you need to make sure that the WP Data Sync plugin is installed on your Woocommerce store. This can be accomplished in the admin portal of Woocommerce under the Plugin menu along the left and add new plugin. Second, you can connect your Google Sheets account to your WP Data Sync account. Simply log into WP Data Sync and you’ll find the option under integrations. The final step to complete the process is the data source mapping. This can be summarized as telling WP Data Sync where you want each column/field from your Google Sheets to go in Woocommerce. Most people that see our data source mapping pick it up quickly. Our experience team does provide data source mapping services if needed. Once mapped, WP Data Sync does the rest automatically. You can quickly test out the Woocommerce Google Sheets integration by adding a new row with new product information, even if it’s just test information you’ll need to delete.
WP Data Sync Eliminates Manual Product Creation in Woocommerce
Our team has worked on enough Woocommerce stores to know how much manual work is involved in product creation and edits in the admin portal. One of the many reasons we created WP Data Sync is to eliminate the manual work involved in managing those details. WP Data Sync makes it easier than ever to simply add your new products or update any information on your existing products in Google Sheets. Get started with your WP Data Sync account today and you’ll never want to go back to the old way of managing your Woocommerce store.
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