Getting Started in the NuORDER Admin

The Admin module is split into two main sections, ‘Products & Inventory’ and ‘Users & Brand Information’. Each section has several subsections. Here’s a quick review of all the sections and subsections, and their primary purpose. As this guide is set up to help you get through setup and launch smoothly, we aren’t going to review them in the order below, but rather based on how you’re going to use them. But to make sure you’re clear on what every thing is – check out this quick review of all the sections and what they contain. We’ll review all of them in more detail throughout this guide.  


  1. Products & Inventory: This section contains all the settings related to products and inventory.
    1. Product Gallery: Manually edit and merchandise products, one at a time in this subsection. The majority of the functionality in the Admin Product Gallery can be achieved directly via your data upload, when formatted correctly.
    2. Manage Linesheets: Create, edit, and merchandise linesheets for the entire team to use from here. The linesheets created here appear in the second tab of the Wholesale module of your portal. You can restrict certain users from seeing certain linesheets, or products on linesheets, but we’ll get to that later on. You can also create customized Linesheet PDF templates that can be used for both linesheets and recommendations. If you are interested in adding the Custom Linesheet PDF template builder to your portal, please contact your account manager.
    3. Product Data: Upload and download product data here. You can also archive all product here, though we don’t recommend doing that on a whim!
    4. Upload Images: This is where you upload and download product images. Images can be uploaded one at a time, or in bulk (up to 28 images at a time). Other types images, like logos or other images for branding the portal are uploaded in other sections. Note: Images can also be transferred to NuORDER via FTP (additional costs may apply). Contact your account manager for more information (
    5. Image Management: Manually pair images to products by dragging and dropping them into place from here. We recommend using our image file naming convention to pair images to products, avoiding this step completely. However, this can come in handy for last minute changes or additions.
    6. Image Reports: Here you’ll find a few reports on which products have which images – and which products have no images at all.
    7. Inventory Data: Upload & download your inventory data here.
    8. Pricing Templates: Pricing templates allow you to create additional pricing for selections of products, and then assign those prices to accounts as necessary. This can is pretty useful in a lot of situations, like making sure international customers see landed prices for products, or selling off-price inventory.
    9. Manage Color Swatches: If you’re using color swatches for products with multiple colors, this is where you add images or select swatch colors. If you don’t see this section, but want to use color swatches, please contact your account manager.


  1. Users & Brand Information: This section contains all the settings related to your users (brand users and buyers), as well as your brand’s basic information about your branding assets (images, etc.).
    1. Manage Users: This is where you can add, edit, and remove your brand users (Admins, Sales Managers, and Reps)
    2. Company Data: Upload and download your retailers’ company data from here. This data does not include buyer data, which is accessed in the section below, called Buyer Data.
    3. Buyer Data: Upload & download buyer data here.
    4. Brand Settings: Brand Settings is where you will manage core information about your portal that’s specific to your brand, including your brand’s name and location information, contacts, and terms & conditions, plus various parameters like order tags, warehouses, and customer groups among others. We’ll cover what that all means, and how to use it in this guide.
    5. Manage Media: Add look books, press clippings, and videos for your portal’s Media tab here. You can also make your media assets shoppable by adding hot spots!
    6. Manage Marketplace Profile: If your brand has chosen to participate in the NuORDER Marketplace, then you’ll see this section. You’ll manage the information and images displayed to buyers in the marketplace from this section. If you don’t see this section in your Admin, and want to allow buyers to find your brand and request access, contact your account manager.
    7. API Management: If your brand is integrated with NuORDER through our API, this is where your developer or IT team will find the API Keys (codes you need to connect). You can also review your pending and approved applications.
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