We’re thrilled to announce a vastly improved product filtering workflow along with some frequently-requested filtering options. Behold, Advanced Product Filtering!
This feature is currently in beta. If you do not see the filtering option in the products tab, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to turn this feature on for your account.
Notice the big, new search bar above the list of products. This is your friendly, neighborhood OmniBar. Consider it the central hub for all things filter and search-related on the Products page.
A new filters section is at the top of the products page, below the green tabs bar.
Currently, you can filter by the following:
- Product status
- Sales Channel
- Product Category
NOTE Our development team rebuilt our filtering tool from the ground up. They are continuing to work on filters and will add more filtering options. Filter by warehouse and by quantity are coming soon!
We’ve added a toggle to filter the opposite results for each product status. Hover your mouse in line with the status you are filtering and click on the Reverse Filter icon on the right.
For example, in the screenshot below, you could filter by NOT Active.
Status of the product:
Here is a list of Product statuses to filter by:
- Active: Products that are currently active in your sales channel.
- Not Active (Archived products): Reverse filter on Active. Archived products generally mean discontinued items. (See how to archive products here).
- Low Inventory: Products which have quantities less than or equal to the set low stock threshold quantity. (See how to set the low stock threshold here).
- Not Low Inventory: Reverse filter on Low Inventory. This filter will display products that have not hit the low stock threshold.
- Kits: This filter will display Parent Kit products only. (See how to set up Kits here).
- Not Kits: Reverse filter on Kits. This filter will display products that are not Kits.
- Kit Components: This filter will display all child products that create Kits in the account.
- Not Kit Components: Reverse filter on Kit components. This filter will display products that are not associated with Kits.
- Dropship: Products marked for dropshipping. (See how to set products as dropship here).
- Not Dropship Products: Reverse filter on Dropship. This filter will display all products that are not set to dropship.
- Need Sync: Products requiring an inventory update to the sales channel.
- Not Need Sync: Reverse filter on Needs Sync. Products not in the Needs Sync filter and do not need an inventory update to the sales channels.
- On Open Orders: Products tied to Awaiting Fulfillment or Dropshipment Requested orders.
- Not On Open Orders: Reverse filter on On Open Orders. This filter will display products that are not on any open orders.
- Oversold: Products tied to Awaiting Fulfillment or Dropshipment Requested orders that have oversold (inventory quantity is less than zero).
- Not Oversold: Reverse filter on Oversold. Products tied to Awaiting Fulfillment or Dropshipment Requested orders that have NOT oversold (inventory remains positive).
Want to see products that are assigned to a specific Supplier? Well, now you can with the new advanced product filtering!
Click on the Suppliers option in the Filter section and select the Supplier you would like to see.
- In the screenshot above, we have filtered by “Supplier A”.
- However, notice SKU “Dance Combo 10”. It lists “Supplier C”.
- This SKU has two suppliers assigned – “Supplier A” and “Supplier C”. “Supplier C” is the DEFAULT supplier.
- Ordoro only displays the DEFAULT Supplier on the Products list page.
- The option to filter down to default supplier is coming soon!
To see all products that are connected to a specific sales channel, click on the Sales Channel option in the Filter section and select which Sales Channel you would like to see.
To see list of products by category, click on the Category option in the Filter section and enter the category you are searching for. All products that have been assigned to the category will display in the product list page.
See here how to assign product categories.
Bookmark your filters:
Lastly, all of your complex filter combinations can be bookmarked in your browser for easy access at a later point in time. Those who hate having to repeat themselves will find this to be very handy.
Please see the following links on how to bookmark pages:
We love hearing feedback from our customers so we can continue to improve and grow the product! If you have any questions or feedback about the new advanced product filtering, please email email@example.com and we will be happy to answer any of your questions.