DataFeedWatch Request demo

Custom Channels

Posted on October 8, 2014 by Jacques van der Wilt

Custom Channels

Custom Channels enable you to create a data feed with your own specifications. You get to name the channel and the fields. Merchants use Custom channels for several reasons, like:

  • Create a feed for a channel that is not supported by DFW
  • Send a feed to a partner site
  • Upload products to your own store: You can to optimize the (e.g.) CSV-file first or make sure it meets the field requirements of your shopping cart


Where are Custom Channels?

In your DateFeedWatch Account click ‘Add channel’ icon. Choose a country and from a dropdown menu select ‘Custom channel’.
Custom Channel selector
Then name your custom channel (anything you want) and select the file type for the output feed (csv, xml, txt)

How to create a Custom Channel

Click the blue ‘+Custom field’ button in the lower left corner. First, you enter a name for this custom field: pick any name you want. Then you can map it (rename, add static value, combine) like in any other channel:

Custom Channel create field
Repeat these steps, to add as many fields as you want.

Obviously, you can exclude products as well, in the In/Exclude tab.


About DataFeedWatch

DataFeedWatch is data feed management software that enables merchants on Magento, MagentoGO, Shopify, Volusion, 3Dcart, BigCommerce, WooCommerce, and numerous other shopping carts to optimize their product data feed for Google and 500+ Comparison Shopping Engines

Share Button

Related Post

All you need to know about Google Manufacturer Cen... The Google Manufacturer Center  gives more control to brand manufacturers and brand owners as to how their products are presented to shoppers on G...
Changes in Google Shopping feed specification Changes in Google Shopping feed specification A while ago Google made some changes in the Google Shopping feed specification, that offer additional...
Changes to Amazon Product Ads Amazon has updated the placement and layout of Product Ads. Previously products ads were only placed at the bottom of the product page in a “Product A...
How To Exclude Products From The Feed The Right Wa... Sell more by advertising fewer products. Exclude the unprofitable, seasonal, out-of-stock and low-price products from your shopping feeds and your...

Posted in: Data Feeds,DataFeedWatch News,Press

Leave a Reply

How to Double your Google Shopping Sales in 1 hour

Download our free eBook!