You have the ability to either add or upload an existing size chart or create one.
If you have a size chart, continue below, if you do not have a size chart, go HERE.
1. Click on the plus button, then click on Customized:
a. You will be prompted through our size chart wizard to define the size chart's basic settings elements (size chart name, gender, units of measure, and category) before entering the values of the chart. Continue through the screens until you have defined all parameters. We recommend when you are entering the size chart name, that you name it with as much detail as will be helpful for you later in the process, for example, ‘women’s tank tops’ or ‘women’s blouses.’
b. Make sure to select the correct size chart category. The “chart category” also determines the body dimensions which are relevant for the size chart you are about to create. For example, the dimensions that are available for “tops” are “chest/ bust”, “waist” and "neck” while the dimensions that are available for “bottoms” are “hips”, “waist”, “height” and “inseam”:
Please note: The size chart needs to include the item’s body measurements and not the garment measurements/specs.
c. Define the size type of your size chart: When adding a new size chart, you need to define the size type of the size chart you are about to enter. Please check one of the options below:
A size chart that includes standard sizes (e.g. 42 or L)
A size chart with sizes that includes Width/Length (e.g. 32W/34L):
d. Within the wizard, you will next define which landmarks you use for certain measurements in order to receive the most accurate size recommendations from our patented AI-algorithm solution. There are options of landmarks for each measurement, for example, waist measurement can either be taken at the line of the navel, or at the narrowest part of the navel.
e. After completing the measurement landmark selections, you will then enter the values of your size chart. After you can add additional rows as needed using the “+” sign.
In case your size charts include more than one body dimension, make sure that the values of the dimensions correspond and do not contradict each other.
f. When adding a size chart with sizes that include width/length, you should enter each dimension separately.
First, make sure that you are on the Width tab and check the relevant measurements. You can choose to use only hips, only waist, or both hips and waist.
Now, click on the plus button to add the product sizes and enter the width size names and values:
Next, click on the Length tab, check the relevant measurements (inseam or height), and add the length names and values:
Now, go to the size matrix tab and check all the Width/Length combinations offered by your company:
g. When you have completed the size chart, click “Save” and you will be guided to the next screen to link your size charts with your store’s products. At times, your size chart may need to be reviewed and approved by our team in order to ensure all parameters and values are within the criteria for our technology. If that is the case, you will see a message “Your Charts are being reviewed” and you will receive a notification when they’re ready. Please ensure the email you’ve entered in your account is one that you monitor daily so we can contact you regarding your size charts.
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