Get familiar with the basic concepts in Struct PIM, so you know what they mean and the context they are used in
This article explains the concepts of catalogues and categories and how they are used to organize your products
Learn how products and variants are modelled and how they relate to each other
Attributes are one of the core concepts in the system and function as the building blocks of products, variants, categories and global lists
Product structures are definitions of product models, variant models and the relation between these. Thus, Product structures are where tabs, fields, variation types etc. are setup.
Learn the role of identifiers and how they are used to map your PIM entities to corresponding entities in other systems
Global lists are used to create predefined lists of entities that can be referenced on products, variants, categories or even other global lists
Collections are dynamic categories, where products or variants are associated based on their matching to a search query
Learn about the security features of Struct PIM and how permissions are used to facilitate granular access control within the system
Learn how to localize data on products, variants and categories and how you can use dimensions to segment data
Get to know how revisions work and how the changelog can be used to see changes on entities.
The dashboard plays a central role in users' ability to keep an overview of the state of data in the system
Publications lets you define templates for autogenerating single page PDF's, multipage PDF catalogues or XML publications usable in InDesign.
The supplier onboarding portal is a separate App, that facilitates collaboration with suppliers in the data enrichment process