As a store owner you often need to trim down or “curate” your catalogue. Maybe your store is focused on JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) automotive parts. You can use a Fitment filter which focuses on Nissan, Mitsubishi, Subaru, and similar makes. The app will therefore not load any products for Jeeps, Ford F-150’s, BMW’s, etc.

You can also filter by other criteria - price, categories, shipping details, keywords, and specific part numbers. Some novice users won’t use this tab until they have a specific need to remove products. For example, let’s try a price filter.

  • Go to the Filters tab

  • Scroll down to the “Include products by MSRP price range, between:” section and enter “1” in the first box and “100” in the second box:


  • Press the “Preview” button at the top of the page.

  • The app will generate a filter report below.  It will show which products will be removed based on the new price filter:


  • Press the “Discard” button to ignore the filter change.

If you like what you see in the preview results, you can commit those changes by clicking “Save Changes” and the app will adjust the products in the store.


In this example I de-selected “Allow products without images” from Bushwacker and you can see the effect in the report below:



There are two ways to get to Preview Filters:

  • By clicking on Filters

  • Or, under a Brand, clicking on the ellipsis, then Preview to the right of the Brand.

As you work with the Filters, you can Save Changes either to All Brands, or just Individual Brands by clicking on the “Save Changes to” button after you have selected either “All Brands” or the individual brand.