Importing Packs
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Jun 25, 2014
Stephen wrote
It would be a useful utility for us to be able to build "Pack" products (groups of products sold as one package) through an import process, directly into the ps_pack table. I have tried doing so manually using SQL, but there are apparently other fields that need to be adjusted as well. There is little to no documentation on being able to do this other than through a manual process in PrestaShop's dashboard. I have several thousand Packs that I'd like to build -- some small, some containing hundreds of products. The dashboard method is not practical.

Is there any information available for which fields must be adjusted for creating Packs?
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Jun 26, 2014
Ira Kobylianska agent wrote
Hello Stephen!
Thanks for suggestion.
Let's wait for customers votes and suggestions.
Right now we have 0 voteі for this idea.
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Jul 01, 2014
Ramon wrote
We are also looking for this feature. It would be great to be able to import product packs directly from Excel.

Thanks.
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Jul 01, 2014
Alex Pryshlivskiy agent wrote
Thanks for comment and vote.
According to our Policy, we implement a new features according to the volume of customer votes.
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Oct 07, 2014
James Eldreth wrote
Yes, I agree that there absolutely should be an easier way to create product packs... for example, I strated using distributor price list to create my Product uploads, I simply add in all the additional columns od data directly into their price list.

However I ran into a situation recently where one of my distributes, has separate part numbers as well as pricing for 2 or 3 parts or items that actually only make one product.

For example a sectional sofa, There's a left side and a right side, as well as a foot stool... These three parts make op one sofa sectional..

After uploading the CSV file, I realized, that there's 3 identical pictures of the same product where each of the three part uses the same picture of the whole set. And each part has it's own pricing... However Customers can very easily check out with only one part assuming they are getting the entire set... I realize this could be halted by inserting a lot more instruction about needing all three parts to make the complete product...

But there should be an easy way for me to just tag the 3 parts, in a new complete product listing and have the 3 individual parts become hidden from customers view (except that maybe they are listed as parts of the complete product they are viewing) So that when scrolling through the product listings you don't see 3 of every product image being listed as separate products, when they are technically just separate parts of one product .

Please notify me when there is some update to Store Manager, I do have the professional, and I was thinking that it already handled this issue... IF it does, I've not figured our how to do it, and I've watched every Video, read several tutorials.. and no luck so far... As for Right now it seems I will have to manually add all three parts into a new product listing, and just delete the parts.. I have over 5000 products, so that's not going to be an easy task.

Oh, I seen where you mentioned Votes... I have 5000 Facebook friends, I could have a voting party, if all we need is more Votes... lol Just kidding, but do please help if you have a solution.


Thanks,
James
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Oct 08, 2014
Alex Pryshlivskiy agent wrote
Hello James!
Could you provide us some examples of csv files according to mentioned before?
May 17, 2017
Dariusz wrote
Hi there...
I'm also looking for this feature....
It would be great to be able to import product packs directly from Excel.

Thanks in advance...