SKU Variants

Salesfloor’s Multi-SKU product feed feature allows the retailer to provide product data so that the application displays the product in all available SKU variations (for example, a wallet could be considered a single-SKU product whereas a Shirt that comes in multiple colors and sizes is considered a multi-SKU product. Each combination of color and size of the shirt is considered a Variant of that product.

The Associate can browse and select variants anywhere from where the Product Library is accessible. Once products and product variants have been added to the shelf, the Associate can attach those items to a Salesfloor communication (Email, Text), Storefront, or Lookbook. Once submitted, the customer will now see the details of the selected variant including image and price.

When the customer clicks through the recommended/attached product, they will be directed to the PDP URL of that specific variant.


Browsing SKU variants in the App

When the Product Variant configuration has been enabled and data has been imported in the expected format, the Associates will notice new functionality in the Mobile application.

When browsing the Product Library, the product card now notes the presence of variants at the top-right of the card (below):



Viewing the product details page

From the Product Library, an Associate can choose to view the 'Details' of a Product group and select a specific variant.


The variant marked in product feed as “is default” (see specs below) is what appears to associates when browsing the library​. If the Associate taps the product card, the default variant is added to the Product Shelf.

When viewing the Details of a Product group, the Associate is presented with the various Variant options of that group.

Depending on the selections made by the Associate, the system will inform them if the combination is valid, 'Unavailable' or 'Invalid'.

The image and details of the selected combination are presented to the Associate.


Searching & filtering in the Product Library

The Associate can perform a keyword search or browse through the Category tree to return the product/variant search results. The Associate can now filter by defined Attribute values.



Variant filters are now presented in the left based on the current data set (Color, Size, Size Type). When the Associate selects an Attribute-based filter, they are presented with a list of eligible values (these are based on the variant-attribute-x-group values defined for each variant).

The Associate can select and Apply multiple filters. Search results return a product if at least one variant of a product is available and matches the search criteria.

  • Selecting values across types will be a logical 'and'
  • Selecting values within a filter type will be a logical 'or'


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