SHOPTABHow to Rearrange Products in   your Facebook Shop         March 27, 2013          www.ShopTab.net
Do you want to rearrange your products in your Facebook store? If you have a smaller numberof products in your catalog the...
Step 1: Determine the order in which you want your products to be listed. The “Bump”feature allows you to move the product...
Step 2: Once you have determined the order you want your products to go in we suggestusing the Bump feature that you work ...
NOTE: If you have numerous products in your Facebook shop, we recommend thatyou use a data feed to rearrange the order of ...
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Do you want to rearrange your products in your Facebook store? If you have a smaller number of products in your catalog the best way to do this may be to use our new “Bump” feature. This feature is available to all ShopTab plan users.

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How to Rearrange Products in your Facebook Shop

  1. 1. SHOPTABHow to Rearrange Products in your Facebook Shop March 27, 2013 www.ShopTab.net
  2. 2. Do you want to rearrange your products in your Facebook store? If you have a smaller numberof products in your catalog the best way to do this may be to use our new “Bump” feature. Thisfeature is available to all ShopTab plan users.
  3. 3. Step 1: Determine the order in which you want your products to be listed. The “Bump”feature allows you to move the product to the top of the list only.When you hit the “Bump” feature for the product listing. In this case, Reverb it is moved tothe top of the product listing as seen below.
  4. 4. Step 2: Once you have determined the order you want your products to go in we suggestusing the Bump feature that you work in a “last to first order.” For example, if you wantTransfer to be first, Selector second, and Reverb third. Then you will want to “Bump”Reverb, Selector, and Transfer and your products will be in the order you desire. Bump 1st Bump 3rd Bump 2ndNew order
  5. 5. NOTE: If you have numerous products in your Facebook shop, we recommend thatyou use a data feed to rearrange the order of your products. Currently the data feedwill work for PayPal users but you will have to use URL listings for your imagereferences or manually upload your images for each product listing .For more information on a data feed for ShopTab please read our support document:Facebook store Data Feed

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