Import/Export of Size Charts

Note: Import/export does not currently support assigning size charts to products due to a technical restriction on the Shopify platform. Our team is working on a workaround to make this possible.

Creating New Size Charts

You can easily create new size charts using the import function by using the following steps.

Step 1: Download Import Template

You can download the Import Template from Google Sheets (make sure to make a copy) or by clicking Export CSV on the Import/Export page within the app dashboard.

Step 2: Input Required Fields

When creating a new size chart, you will leave Size Chart ID blank. The app will assign the Size Chart ID when the upload is processed. The Name, Top Text, Table, and Bottom Text are required fields. Image URL and Image Position are optional.

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Explanation

Size Chart ID When creating a new size chart leave blank.
Name The internal name used to identify the size chart within the app.
Top Text The text that will display directly above the size chart table.
Table The size chart table in HTML format.
Bottom Text The text that will display directly below the size chart table. Usually How to Measure instructions.
Image URL The url of the image you would like to display within the size chart. We recommend using the Content > Files to host these via the Shopify CDN to improve Pagespeed.
Image Position The location you would like to display the above Image. Options: Background, Top, Bottom, Left, or Right

Step 3: Download CSV / Save CSV

For this tutorial, we assume you are using Google Sheets. You will want to download the Google Sheet via File > Download > CSV to your computer or save the CSV if using Excel, Numbers, etc on your local machine.

Step 4: Add File

Navigate to Clean Size Charts > Import/Export within the app. You'll then click Add File or drop the file within the box.

Step 5: Import CSV

To finish, click the Import CSV. button. The app will then begin to process your import. Once successfully imported you will receive a green message alerting you have the upload being complete. You can then browser to the dashboard to start assigning size charts to products.

Updating Existing Size Charts

Updating an existing size chart is super easy now. Use the following steps to bulk update your size charts.

Step 1: Download Size Chart CSV

Go to Clean Size Charts > Import/Export > Export Size Chart Settings and click Export CSV. The system will start a download of all your size charts.

Step 2: Open Size Chart CSV

You can use any CSV editor including Excel, Numbers, Google Sheets, etc. We will be using Google Sheets for this article.

You will go File > Import > Upload and select the size chart csv that was downloaded.

Step 3: Make Edits

You can edit any of the fields except Size Chart ID within the Google Sheet. We use the Size Chart ID as away to identify the size chart when importing them into the system. Rows without Size Chart IDs will be created as a new size chart when importing.

Step 3: Download CSV / Save CSV

For this tutorial, we assume you are using Google Sheets. You will want to download the Google Sheet via File > Download > CSV to your computer or save the CSV if using Excel, Numbers, etc on your local machine.

Step 4: Add File

Navigate to Clean Size Charts > Import/Export within the app. You'll then click Add File or drop the file within the box.

Step 5: Import CSV

To finish, click the Import CSV. button. The app will then begin to process your import. Once successfully imported you will receive a green message alerting you have the upload being complete. You can then browser to the dashboard to start assigning size charts to products.

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