Brandboom allows you to display 3 variables for each Product: 

  1. Style ID
  2. Option
  3. Size

If your products have more variables than allowed for each Product, you will need to consider ways of combining certain variables or creating more Products to represent the various options.

For example, let's imagine you sell some sunglasses which have these variables:

  1. Frame Style (Chloe, Valentina, Federica, etc.)
  2. Frame Color (White, Silver, Gold)
  3. Lens Color (Clear, Black, Pink)
  4. Size (Regular, Large)

You wouldn't be able to fit each variable into its own attribute on Brandboom, so you would need to combine variables.

Note: When combining variables, it's important to remember that generating reports will be more complicated because you will lose grouping capabilities.

Combine 2 variables: Example 1

Product #1
Style ID = Frame Style + Frame Color (Chloe White)
Options = Lens Color (Clear, Black, Pink)
Sizes = Size (Regular, Large)

Product #2
Style ID = Frame Style + Frame Color (Chloe Silver)
Options = Lens Color (Clear, Black, Pink)
Sizes = Size (Regular, Large)

Combine 2 variables: Example 2

Product #1
Style ID = Frame Style (Chloe)
Options = Frame Color + Lens Color (White-Clear, White-Black, White-Pink, Silver-Clear, Silver-Black, Silver-Pink, Gold-Clear, Gold-Black, Gold-Pink)
Sizes = (Regular, Large)

Product #2
Style ID = Frame Style (Valentina)
Options = Frame Color + Lens Color (White-Clear, White-Black, White-Pink, Silver-Clear, Silver-Black, Silver-Pink, Gold-Clear, Gold-Black, Gold-Pink)
Sizes = (Regular, Large)

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