Use Size Groups when you offer a product in multiple size ranges (example: kid and adult).
For example, let's say you offer a patch that comes in adult and kid sizes. This patch has sizes XS, S, M, and L for both kids and adults. To display this product with its full size range, create two Size Groups: Kids and Adults.
We'll continue to use this example to show you how to set up Size Groups.
To set up Size Groups, use the Product Data template.
From the left navigation menu, go to Settings > Brand Admin > Data > Product Data and download a template with your data. Within the spreadsheet, use the Size Groups column (to the left of Size 1) to enter your Size Groups, separated by commas and no spaces. For the above example scenario, we'll enter: Kids,Adults.
Note: Typically Size Groups are used when you have more than one group. However, you can specify one Size Group by entering that group name with no punctuation and no spaces (example: Kids).
Use the Size 1 column to enter each Size, followed by the Size Group with no punctuation and no spaces between the two. Continuing with the above example scenario, we'll enter XSKids for the product with a Size Group of Kids and a Size of XS. See the below image with the other sizes.
Return to Settings > Brand Admin > Data > Product Data to upload your updated Product Data file.
Size Groups display in the order in which they were entered in the Product Data upload. For the Product Details screen, they display left to right and for Working Orders, they display top to bottom.
Using the example scenario, the below Product Details screen shows each size in the Size Groups: Kids sizes (on the left) and Adult sizes (on the right).
Continuing the example scenario, the below Working Order shows each size in the Size Groups: Kids sizes (on the top) and Adult (on the bottom).