Getting Started - Create a Product (Part 2)

Learn to create a Product in Brandboom, which you can then add to a presentation later


If you have different sizes, you can click 'Edit Sizes' and 'Create New':



You can give the chart a name (Boom Sizes) and then list the sizes separated by commas. For this exercise, we’ll call it S, M, and L for small medium and large, and as you see, it’ll now autofill in your product information.





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The rest of the product attributes here are for further details:


You can give the product a name, the price you charge per product, a recommended retail price (RRP), a minimum order number, a type and category, taxonomy, season or a collection name, or ship date if your product is a future product and shipping later.  If it’s made to order or available now, you can leave that blank as that date will depend on when your buyer places their order.  You can check here how to add/use barcodes. Lastly, you can complete anything else you’d like in the description, such as materials or any other information you feel is relevant.

Once you’ve finished that you can go ahead and click 'Save'.  If you have another product you’d like to create with the photos you’ve updated, you can select that and click "create another", if not you can hit the 'Exit' button and you can see the new product we’ve just created together.

NOTE: Brandboom Marketplaces will require taxonomy for approval. You will have to type in the category that best suits your product and select one from all the options listed.

Alternatively, you can add taxonomy in bulk. To do so, select the layout option below. The option is located on the righthand side of the Products page.

Select products that will have the same taxonomy category. In the dropdown menu, select 'Mass Edit'. You'll then be able to select taxonomy. This will be added to all of the products selected.


Now you're ready to add these to a Presentation!  Please visit our article: Getting Started - Create a Presentation


Please Note: Some elements of this article video may or may not be obsolete as of May 7th, 2021.  We will update these as soon as possible.  For any questions, please chat to Support or contact your Account Manager.