Merchant Center Releases

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Resizeable table columns

6 July 2020 

Merchant Center Table column resizing We recently introduced a new table component to the commercetools UIkit library that now allows to resize columns by dragging the border between two columns to the desired position.

The new table is already used in the following places and will progressively replace all other tables in the Merchant Center:

  • Product list
  • List of variants in the product details
  • List of prices in the variant details
  • List of order items in the order details
  • List of zones in the project settings
  • List of stores in the project settings
  • List of attributes in the product type details

Create API clients with Manage My Profile scope for specific Stores

3 July 2020 

Manage My Profile is now available as scope for Stores in the new API client view.

Manage My Profile scope for stores

Pinned attributes are removed

17 June 2020 

Due to very low usage we have removed the “My Pinned Attributes” functionality from the product and variant details page in the Merchant Center. Removing rarely used features contributes to better performance of the Merchant Center.

Old interface of the Product List expires

6 May 2020 

Thanks to the great feedback we got from our beta users, we further improved the usability of the new Product List. On 19 May 2020 we will make the new Product List available for everyone. The old interface of the Product List expires at the same time. Note: Bookmarked URLs of filtered list views of the old Product List need to be updated with the new Product List.

Create API clients with Manage Categories or View Categories scope

5 May 2020 

We have added two new scopes to the New API Client view:

  • Manage Categories
  • View Categories

The View Categories scope is also included in the template for mobile and single page application clients.

Localized description for shipping methods in the Merchant Center

27 March 2020 

By using the Localized description field in the project settings, you can now describe a shipping method in each available language for the project. The existing Description field has been deprecated and it will soon be replaced by the Localized description field. From now on, we recommend you to use the Localized description field to add a new shipping method description and to edit existing ones.

Screen Shipping methods - Localized description

New OAuth scopes available when creating API clients

17 March 2020 

To support the new OAuth scopes for Cart Discounts, Customer Groups, Tax Categories and Shipping Methods, we have added the following scopes to the New API client view:

  • View Cart Discounts
  • Manage Cart Discounts
  • View Customer Groups
  • Manage Customer Groups
  • View Tax Categories
  • Manage Tax Categories
  • View Shipping Methods
  • Manage Shipping Methods

Configure store languages

13 March 2020 

You can now add languages to your stores in the store settings.

Store Settings - Languages

With store languages defined, unnecessary translations are omitted when sending product data to the storefront application. The same filtering is applied to line items when creating carts and orders that are bound to a store.

Learn how to use store languages to reduce the size of product details, search results and cart line items in the corresponding API release notes.

Please note: We plan to progressively add more store settings, for example, allowing to associate channels with a store.

11 February 2020 

We’ve redesigned the Product List and Product Search with a more powerful, easier to use interface.

The new Product List is more efficient for large product catalogs and is designed around plain-text searches.

The new product search that comes with it allows you to filter and query through your products along almost every product attribute you define, as well as other aspects of your product data, like assigned categories and more, all while providing better performance.

You can also use a basic search mode, for ease of use, and an advanced search mode, for more powerful, fine-grained searching.

To learn more, see the documentation:

Order action rights in the Merchant Center

3 February 2020 

You can now assign permissions to specific actions in the Order section of the Merchant Center. This gives you fine-grained control over which teams can add and edit order, add discount code in the shopping cart and create return. For more information, see User Permissions.

Add stores to existing customers

3 February 2020 

Stores can now be added to already existing customers. Until now, adding stores was only possible during the creation of a new customer. If the merchant’s edit rights on orders are limited to certain stores, only these can be added.

Add store to customer

Please note: The Merchant Center only allows to add stores to a customer. Removing stores from a customer needs to be done using the API.

Customize the Merchant Center with Custom Applications

3 February 2020 

The Merchant Center can now be extended with Custom Applications to cater to specific business needs that are not supported out of the box.

A Custom Application is a web application that is developed and self-hosted by the customer but made accessible to users in the Merchant Center like commercetools’ standard applications. Custom Applications can use the commercetools platform APIs as well as integrate with external systems via APIs exposed by these.

Custom Applications - Activated

The Custom Applications documentation describes everything you need to get started developing and deploying Custom Applications for the Merchant Center. In addition, we provide a starter application to get up and running in a few minutes. Custom Applications - Starter App

We are offering one-day trainings in building Custom Applications, targeted to developers with experience developing in React. For more information, see our training offerings.

If you plan to use Custom Applications, please make sure to also read the Support Policy.

Change order of project languages

30 January 2020 

In the project settings you can now change the order of your project languages. Move a language tag up or down in the list of project languages to change its ranking (using drag and drop).

Change order of project languages

Conditional permissions to limit access to customers to specific stores

18 December 2019 

We have added conditional permissions on customers. When setting up team permissions you can now bind view or view and edit rights on customers to one or more specific stores.


Complementary to the recently introduced conditional permissions on orders this allows you to restrict your customer service teams to access only the customers of specific stores. The restriction is affecting the customer list, customer details, and add customer views.

For a detailed description of how to set up conditional permissions, please check out the User Permissions documentation.

Filter orders on the order list by customer group in the Merchant Center

18 December 2019 

Screen Filter by customer group

Cart Predicate Functions with more than one condition

16 December 2019 

The Cart Discount Rule Builder in the Merchant Center now supports users to create Cart Predicate Functions with more than one condition.

cart function

Stores in Add Order flow

16 December 2019 

When creating an order in the Merchant Center you can now bind it to a given store. Depending on the user permissions one of the available stores can (or must) be selected at the beginning of the flow. In the next step, the list of selectable customers is filtered accordingly.

Screen Select store and currency

Beta support for Single Sign-On in the Merchant Center

6 November 2019 

configure sso

We have added support for configuring an external Identity Provider, relying on the OpenId Connect (OIDC) standard. For a detailed description of the feature, visit Single sign-on.

Channel selection during order placement in the Merchant Center

5 November 2019 

If several prices dedicated to different product distribution channels are available for a variant, you are now able to select a channel to continue placing the order with the corresponding unit price. When clearing the selection the shown price will be the price without a channel. The selected channel will be displayed in shopping cart, order summary and order review.

Screen Channel selection

Screen Channel selection

Conditional permissions to limit access to orders to specific stores

4 November 2019 

We have added conditional permissions on orders. When setting up team permissions you can now bind view or view and edit rights on orders to one or more specific stores.


This allows you to set up separated customer service teams for different stores with each team only having access to the orders of their respective stores.

For example, in a setup with two stores - “Europe” and “US” - a team with permissions on orders limited to store “Europe” will not see any orders of store “US” nor any orders that are not bound to any store at all. This restriction is affecting both, the order list and order detail views.

For a detailed description of how to set up conditional permissions, please check out the User Permissions documentation.

Note: Currently only stores can be selected as condition value. We plan to extend this feature to other value types and Merchant Center sections in the future. Also, the Add order flow does not yet support stores (will be added soon).

Manage Stores in the Merchant Center

31 October 2019 

You can now manage your Stores in the Merchant Center. Under the tab Stores in the Project Settings you can see all the existing stores in one view.

store list

You can add new stores, edit existing ones or delete stores you don’t need anymore. The store details are currently limited to the store key and store name and will be extended step by step to comprise more configuration options. For additional details have a look at the Merchant Center documentation.

We introduced stores a while ago on the API. Learn more about the Store concept in the API documentation.

Improvement in Discount Rule Creation

12 September 2019 

We have made the process of creating a discount more convenient by providing already existing product attribute names and their corresponding values to be chosen from a drop-down when you are creating a discount rule.

Attributes can be searched by Attribute Identifier or Label, whereas their corresponding values can be searched by Name or Key.


Product action rights in the Merchant Center

9 September 2019 

You can now assign permissions to specific actions in the Products section of the Merchant Center. This gives you fine-grained control over which teams can add and edit prices and control product publishing. For more information, see User Permissions.

Message activation in the Merchant Center

30 August 2019 

You can now activate messages in the Merchant Center by navigating to the Settings > Developer Settings section. The messages feature is an advanced feature. For more information, see the Messages documentation.

Assign customers to a store in the Merchant Center

29 August 2019 

You can now assign and create customers for a specific store in the Merchant Center. Customers which exist for a specific store can only log in using that store’s name. This is useful for multi-store commercetool projects.

You can add stores to new customer profiles using the Store field when adding a new customer. The available stores must be defined using the API at this time.


Using store specific customers has development implications for customer login flows. For more information, see the following developer documentation:

End of Life Announcement: Admin Center

9 August 2019 

To provide the best user experience for all commercetools platform users, on 10 November 2019 commercetools will end of life the Admin Center. After the end of life date, all commercetools projects will use the Merchant Center.

End of Life milestones

Milestone Date Status
End of Life announcement August 9, 2019 Complete
End of Life completion November 10, 2019 Ready

There will be no change in functionality to any commercetools projects after the end of life date. All commercetools project data is already available in the Merchant Center.

In advance of the end of life date, we encourage any remaining Admin Center users to start using the Merchant Center. The Merchant Center has all the features of the Admin Center, and serves as a direct replacement of the Admin Center. Please contact Support to request more information and training on the Merchant Center if needed.

Column Manager for Variants price list

8 August 2019 

Due to the introduction of Custom Types and Fields on Product Price, we added the functionality of a Column Manager to the Variants price list. Adjust the visible fields in the table to your specific needs. Any changes are automatically saved per user and maintained troughout the sessions.

column-manager variants-price-list

Create API Clients with stores permissions

25 July 2019 

You can now create API Clients with stores permissions in the Merchant Center. Stores allow you to model, assign team permissions, and add API Client scopes to specific subsets of your data.

For more information, see API Clients.

Manage team permissions in the Merchant Center

18 July 2019 

As previously announced, you can now create and manage team permissions in the Merchant Center.

Existing team permissions have been mapped on to the new team permissions model. To learn more, see User Permissions.

Filter projects by organization

17 July 2019 

You can now filter projects by the organization the belong to, helping you navigate and manage large amounts of projects. To do this, use the Filter by Organization drop-down menu on the Merchant Center’s Manage Projects screen.

Delete your account in the Merchant Center

11 July 2019 

You can now delete your user account in the Merchant Center, by clicking the trash icon on the My Profile screen. For more information, see Accounts.

Permissions Upgrade on July 18, 2019

3 July 2019 

We are excited to announce that on 18 July 2019, we will release an upgraded Team Permissions experience in the Merchant Center. As a part of this upgrade, we are decommissioning permissions management in the Admin Center on the same day.

The new Merchant Center permissions model is more powerful and offers more options for customizing user permissions. To learn more, you can read the User Permissions documentation in advance of the release.

Existing team permissions for all projects and organizations will be mapped to the new model as a part of the decommissioning of Admin Center permissions.

The Admin Center will continue to work with its existing permission model. Changes to the Merchant Center permissions have no effect in the Admin Center.

New organizations, teams, and projects will per default not have any old Admin Center permissions, and will not be visible in the Admin Center. You should not notice any difference in behavior during or after the upgrade on 18 July 2019.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Support. To remove visibility of existing organizations or projects in the Admin Center, please open a support ticket.

Redesigned Manage the price view

13 June 2019 

Due to the introduction of Custom Types and Fields on the standard price on the Product Variant, the Manage the price view has been redesigned.

manage price view

Manage Organizations and Teams

13 June 2019 

You can now create and manage organizations and teams in the Merchant Center. Organizations group your projects together, and Teams allow you to assign permissions to Merchant Center users in your organization based on what they do and don’t need access to.

For more information, see the documentation:

Custom Types and Fields on Product Prices

13 June 2019 

If Custom Types have been created for Product Prices, it is now possible to set a Custom Type which will enable a set of Custom Fields that have been defined as your business-specific data points for Product Prices respectively. The custom fields can be viewed, edited, and deleted in the “Manage the price” view for each Product Variant.

Saved Custom Views

5 June 2019 

Custom Views, such as pinned product attributes, are no longer automatically saved. You can now save pinned attributes and search terms using the Custom Views function.

You can access them by navigating to a specific product’s Product Detail page and clicking the following menu:

Screen Menu

Note: Any automatically saved settings you had before this update are saved for you in the new menu and labeled as My Custom View.

Manage orders by store

3 June 2019 

You can now filter and manage orders by the store they were created in. You can do the following in the Orders screen:

  • Filter orders by store created in by selecting Order placed in store in the Filters menu
  • Add the stores column to the orders table using the Column Manager
  • See which store an order was created in on the Order Details screen

Note: At the moment you can only create stores and orders in a store using the API. For more information, see Stores

Merchant Center Signup

6 May 2019 

You can now sign up for a commercetools account and manage forgotten passwords using the Merchant Center. To sign up for a new commercetools account or log into an existing one, visit the Merchant Center Login.

The Admin Center signup and password management screens have been deactivated.

Manage Projects in the Merchant Center

24 April 2019 

You can now create, delete, and manage commercetools projects in the Merchant Center. To do so, select Manage Projects in the top menu. For more information, see the Projects documentation.

Redesigned Login and Reset Password Pages

8 April 2019 

It is now possible to reset your password without being redirected to Admin Center. Screen Reset password You can click “Forgot password” link on newly redesigned Login page or just go directly to Screen Forgot password

Manage additional project settings

27 March 2019 

You can now manage the following project settings in the Merchant Center:

  • Search criteria for recommended categories: allows you to enable Machine Learning features in the Merchant Center!
  • Visibility of specific group of states relevant to your order management workflow
  • URL rewrites for external images

Access all of these options in the Project Settings > Miscellaneous tab.

Screen manage project settings

Cart Discount Rule Builder

20 March 2019 

The Cart Discount Rule Builder helps you create discounts, without having to understand the complex predicate language underneath. Explore it today in the Merchant Center under Discounts > Cart Discounts and read the Docs for more information!

Sorting by discount name and type on Product and Cart Discounts

11 March 2019 

We’ve enhanced the Merchant Center’s Product Discount and Cart Discount list by now allowing to sort by discount name and type (relative/absolute).

Welcome to the Welcome Page

20 February 2019 

The Merchant Center now has a welcome page. This page will greet you upon loggging into the Merchant Center and will be the default page when clicking on the Merchant Center logo in the upper left corner. The page provides you with an overview of the different parts of the Merchant Center as well as links to documentation and release notes.

The Dashboard, which was the default view upon login prior to this update, is still available in the left-hand menu.

Added support for High Precision Tier Prices

1 February 2019 

When editing a variant’s tier price, the Merchant Center now supports the management of high precision prices in the “Manage the price” view in the Products section.

high precision tier prices

Added support for High Precision Prices

24 January 2019 

When editing a variant’s price, the Merchant Center now supports the management of high precision prices in the “Manage the price” view in the Products section.

The “Add Order” flow and the “Orders list” in the Orders section now also support viewing high precision prices and adding custom line items with high precision prices.

The support of tier prices will be added soon.

View High Precision Prices

18 January 2019 

For those businesses whose product prices require a higher precision than cent amount, you can now view the high precision prices for products in the following views:

  • Products list view
  • Variants list view
  • Variant’s price list view

In the following weeks, it will in similar fashion be supported in these views:

  • Manage the price
  • Add order flow

Quick Access in the Merchant Center

29 November 2018 

Quick Access helps you to look and navigate to almost any part of the Merchant Center with just a few keystrokes.

To use Quick Access:

  1. Anywhere in the Merchant Center, press the F key.
  2. Type a search term in the text field, for example Products.
  3. Select the option you want from the autocomplete drop-down and press Enter.

Below is a screenshot illustrating the new Quick Access feature. Screenshot Quick Access feature

Introduced new Order List filtering options

20 November 2018 

The Order List now has the following filter options for custom fields:

  • Order Custom Field
  • Payment Custom Field

When selected, both new filters present you with a list of custom fields from your data model to use as parameters. These filters can be used in place of the Order Predicate and Payment Predicate filter options, reducing predicate syntax issues.

To use the custom field filters:

  1. Navigate to Order List.
  2. Click the Filter button.
  3. Select Order Custom Field or Payment Custom Field from the Add Filters drop-down.

Below two screenshots are illustrating the new Custom Field filter options.

Screen Custom Field filter options

Screen Custom Field filter options

Merchant Center in Spanish

14 November 2018 

We are proud to announce that the Merchant Center is now available in Spanish. As our customer base grows, so does the need for translations to our diverse users. This release allows individual users to choose from three available languages: English, German, and Spanish.

To change language preferences in the Merchant Center:

  1. In the top right corner go to My Profile.
  2. Under Personal Settings select your language.

Note: All Merchant Center features are released in English and German first. Other supported languages are released within 4 weeks.

Quick Filter for Orders List

15 October 2018 

With this release, the Orders List gets a quick filter for setting order created ranges. Instead of setting a filter for “Date created” where specific dates are entered as criteria, the quick filter allows you to easily set a relative date range. The quick filter options are:

  • None
  • Last 30 days
  • Last 3 months
  • Last 6 months
  • Last 12 months

For projects with a sizeable amount of Orders, setting the quick filter to, for example, “Last 30 days” is advised to ensure quick results when doing Order searches.

My Views for Customer List

10 October 2018 

With this release, a new feature called My Views is available for the Customer List. A View is a customization of the Customer List capturing:

  • Search queries and applied filters
  • Visible vs. hidden columns
  • Sort order of the results

A View is helpful when you have tasks that require different perspectives on customers and their various properties. Once a View is created, you can easily switch back and forth between any saved Views and the Customer List will adapt accordingly.

For created Views, it is possible to rename them, delete them, and to make changes that you either update the View with, or that you save as an entirely new View. For any unsaved changes made to a View, you can always revert to the saved version of the View.

Custom Types on Orders and Customers

1 October 2018 

It is now possible to set a Custom Type on Orders and Customers. Setting a Custom Type will enable a set of input fields that have been defined as your business-specific data points for Orders and Customers respectively.

My Views for Order List

27 September 2018 

With this release, a new feature called My Views is available for the Order List. A View is a customization of the Order List capturing:

  • Search queries and applied filters
  • Visible vs. hidden columns
  • Sort order of the results

A View is helpful when you have tasks that require different perspectives on orders and their various properties. If e.g a task requires you to identify and work through all orders older than a certain date and that have pending payments, this criteria can be set as a filter on the Order List and then saved as a View named Outstanding Payments. For a different task that aims at identifying all Orders with a certain Shipment Status, this is again set as a filter and saved under a new View named Shipment Status Back-ordered. Once a View is created, you can easily switch back and forth between any saved Views and the Order List will adapt accordingly.

For created Views, it is possible to rename them, delete them, and to make changes that you either update the View with, or that you save as an entirely new View. For any unsaved changes made to a View, you can always revert to the saved version of the View.


20 September 2018 

Under Project Settings, you can now manage the Channels for your project.

In the Channel List, you can view and filter/search by:

  • Channel key
  • Channel name
  • Channel roles
  • Date created
  • Date modified

A role captures the purpose and control of a channel. If, for example, you aim to track inventory by Channel, you will need to create a Channel with the role of Inventory Supply. If the purpose is to configure prices scoped by Channel, you will need to set the role of Product Distribution. Please notice that a channel can have multiple roles. If, for example, a Channel has specific pricing as well as inventory to track, you will set both Inventory Supply and Product Distribution as roles for that one Channel. For a list of all possible roles, see Channels API documentation.

When creating a Channel, you can in addition to the general information (key, name, roles, description) optionally set an address for the channel. It is also possible to set a custom type. Setting a custom type will enable a set of input fields that have been defined as your business-specific Channel data points.

Once a Channel has been created, you can view the configuration by going to the details of a listed Channel. From the Channel details page, it is furthemore possible to delete a Channel.

Add Order Flow with Country Specific Pricing

21 August 2018 

When searching for and selecting an item for an order in the Add Order flow, it is detected if country specific pricing exists for the given variant. If it does, you will be prompted to select which country the order should use for pricing. The country selection will act as basis for any further item that is added to the order. Should you wish to update the country, you can do so under the Order Summary. When the country is updated, all already added items of the order will have their prices updated accordingly.

Product Types

16 August 2018 

With this release, it is possible now to manage Product Types in the Merchant Center.

Under Settings section, you will find a link called Product Types. Here you can get an overview of all exisiting Product Types within your project as well as a possibility to update or delete them from here or to create a new one.

To create a Product Type you have to click Add Product Type. Here you can:

  • Set name
  • Set description
  • Set key
  • Create attribute definitions

To delete a Product type you have to open the one you want to delete from the list of existing Product Types and click a trash bin icon. After confirming this action selected Product Type will be deleted.

To update a Product Type you have to open the one you want to update from the list of existing Product Types and from here you can:

  • Change name
  • Change description
  • Change key
  • Add attribute definition
  • Remove attribute definition
  • Update attribute definition

Update of an Attribute Definition supports the following options:

  • Change attribute labels
  • Change IsSearchable
  • Update enums

In the same time, update of enums supports the following options:

  • Change enum labels
  • Change enum keys
  • Remove enum values (if not used by any product)

Also, you can now sort the Attributes list within a Product Type by the following values:

  • Name
  • Required
  • Constraint
  • Type
  • Set
  • Searchable

Read a more extended documentation for Product Types

Order Search & Filter Improvements

14 August 2018 

The following search options have been added for the Order List:

  • SKU
  • Postal Code from billing- or shipping address
  • City from billing- or shipping address
  • Email search now searches in all possible email fields of an order: customer email, shipping address email and billing address email

In addition, when doing search by name or city, the search is no longer case-sensitive.

Regarding filter options, the following two options have been added:

  • Payment transaction Id
  • Payment interaction Id

Copy Order

8 August 2018 

With this release, it is possible to prefill the Add Order flow with the content of an existing order. You do so by copying the existing order. You can find the copy button in the Order List as well as when viewing a specific order.

When an order is copied, the following properties of the order are pulled and written into the new order creation:

  • Customer
  • (Custom) Line Items
  • Shipping Info

Please note that properties such as Payment references, Deliveries, or Returns are not copied over into the new order creation. Furthermore, when an order is copied, the product data of the copied-over line items will be pulled again and should, for example, a new price exist or a tax category have changed, then the new order will be calculated with these new values.

The ability to copy an order can be a nice shortcut when a merchant per business protocol does not operate with partial sale cancellations. In such cases, the original order is cancelled in its entirety and a new order has to capture, for example, the removal of line items. Instead of creating the new order from scratch, the ability to copy the original order into the Add Order flow eases the process. The Add Order flow will be pre-filled with the data of the original order and can be adapted to reflect the wanted changes.

Manage API Clients

19 June 2018 

Under Developer Settings, it is now possible to view existing API Clients for a project and to create new API Clients.

In the API Client List you can see:

  • name of the API Client
  • date it was last used
  • date it was created

When going to the details of a listed API Client, you can see the permissions scopes that it is configured with.

Should you wish to use an existing API Client as a blueprint for a new API Client creation, it is possible to copy an API Client.

When creating a new API Client, you can select the needed permission scopes indvidually, or you can select a client template which will automatically select the needed scopes for that type of client. Currently, the following client templates are supported:

  • Admin client
  • Mobile client
  • Read only client
  • Payment adapter client

When an API Client has been created, you will be given the credentials of the client. To assist you in using the credentials in various environments, you can download the credentials in these formats:

  • cURL
  • Sunrise
  • Java properties
  • Environment variables
  • Postman
  • Node.js
  • iOS

Please be aware that to ensure the security of your project, the credentials are accessible only at the time you create it. They cannot be viewed later under API Client details. Please make sure to save the credentials in a secure location.

Shipping Methods & Rates

19 June 2018 

Under Project Settings, you will find a tab called Shipping Methods. From here, you can:

  • configure, for each defined zone, the possible shipping methods that you offer to your customers
  • configure shipping rules expressed through cart predicates to control which shipping methods are offered during checkout

For each shipping method, you can configure:

  • fixed shipping rates
  • tiered shipping rates

To configure tiered shipping rates, you first have to enable this under Shipping Controls. Once enabled, you need to choose one of the following input types for the tier configuration:

  • Cart value
  • Cart classfication
  • Cart score

Create Order for Projects with Multiple Currencies

29 May 2018 

For projects with product prices in multiple currencies, the Create Order flow will now prompt the user to select the currency of the specific order.

Filtering of Customer List

29 May 2018 

The following filter options have been added to the Customer List:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Middle name
  • Date of birth
  • Value added tax identification (VAT ID)
  • Customer group
  • Created date
  • Modified date

Formatting of Time Stamps and Numbers

29 May 2018 

When setting your Language under My Profile, you also configure the formatting of how time stamps and numbers display throughout the Merchant Center. When choosing a Language, you are choosing a combination of language and region such en-US, en-GB or de-DE. Below are some example values to illustrate the impact of the formatting:


  • 05/24/2018 10:29 PM
  • €1,703.50


  • 24/05/2018 22:29
  • €1,703.50


  • 24.05.2018 22:29
  • 1.703,50 €

Timezone of Time Stamps

29 May 2018 

All time stamps in the Merchant Center will now be displayed in the time zone of your choice. You select the time zone under My Profile. If, for example, a product was created 09/29/2017 3:30 PM in Europe/Berlin Central European Summer time (which is + 2 hours from Greenwich time), and you change the time zone to Pacific/Midway Samoa Standard Time (which is -11 hours from Greenwich time), the time stamp of the production creation will display as 09/29/2017 2:30 AM.

Bugfix - saving changes after changing validFrom/validUntil on Discount Codes

4 May 2018 

Bugfix - It is now possible to change validFrom and validUntil dates on Discount Codes and save the changes successfully.

Redeemed Discount Codes

26 April 2018 

The new column ‘Times Applied’ in the list of Discount Codes informs you about the number of times a discount codes was applied (to orders).

Added support for price tiers

25 April 2018 

When editing a variant’s price, the Merchant Center now supports management of price tiers. A price tier is selected instead of the default price when a certain quantity of the ProductVariant is added to a cart and ordered. For example: the price can be lower if more than 10 items are ordered.

A price tier is always defined by a

  • minimum quantity (the minimum quantity this price tier is valid for)and
  • a (monetary) value.

Price tiers are also shown in the variant’s price list view.

Create Discount Codes within Cart Discounts View

25 April 2018 

Discount Codes can conveniently be added directly from the Cart Discount Detail page. To do so, the Cart Discount must be saved first.

Previously, a Cart Discount had to be created first, and a Discount Code needed to be added separately.

More Customer Contact Details Under Orders

11 April 2018 

To facilitate easy access to customer contact related details for an order, the following has been added to the General view:

  • customer email of the order
  • contact details (such as phone, mobile and email) for Billing- as well as Shipping Address

Quickfix Pagination

5 April 2018 

We fixed a smaller issue so that now navigating from one page to another is easier when entering the page number you would like to access. Just press enter or use the top/down number selector.


22 March 2018 

Creation of returns for ordered items is now possible in the Merchant Center. You can select items and group them in a return that has a tracking ID and a return date. The shipment status of the return is initially either Advised or Returned. Once created, each return item can have its shipment- and payment status tracked individually.

Should you operate with line item states where certain states signify a return, you can add the state role of Return to them. By doing so, items with these states will conveniently be pre-seleceted when the Return is initiated.

Project Settings can now be managed from the Merchant Center

8 March 2018 

As part of decomissining the Admin Center, the Project Settings are now available in the Merchant Center. With this release, we are covering International project settings (for example, countries, currencies, languages, and zones) and Tax settings. In the near future, we will add Shipping settings as well.

Review modified products in the Merchant Center

21 February 2018 

The new view in the Products section allows you to review pending changes on products. You can edit or revert individual changes and publish or discard product updates either per product or through bulk actions. Check out the documentation for more details.

Added Custom Fields on Cart Discounts and Discount Codes

19 January 2018 

Custom Fields on Cart Discounts and Discount Codes can be viewed and edited in the Merchant Center. They are situated in an extra tab in the respective section of Merchant Center. For now, new custom fields cannot be added yet.

Add Orders

12 January 2018 

  • Until now it has only been possible to view already created Orders in the Merchant Center. With this release, it is possible to create an order from scratch in the Merchant Center.

Multibuy Discounts available in MC

12 January 2018 

  • Within the Cart Discount section, we now support multibuy discounts, also known as Buy one, get one free. To create such a discount, all you have to do is select Multibuy items as target for your Cart Discount. You may optionally define a target predicate, for example if you only wish to apply this discount to specific items. The easy discount builder for Buy one, get one free discounts will help you to form your discount correctly. Multibuy Discounts may currently only be added as relative discounts.

Order Filtering and Cart Discounts Stacking

1 December 2017 

The Order list view has two more filters now:

  1. Line Item Status
  2. A custom search query predicate

In addition, we added the ability to control the Cart Discounts stacking mode via the Merchant Center, so you can, for example, make certain promotions exclusive to others.

Export from the Products list

29 September 2017 

To create a more seamless experience between our Merchant Center and our IMPEX tool, we have added a new Export feature to our Products list in the Merchant Center. This Export feature allows you to easily export all your products, filtered products or only selected products from the Merchant Center Products list. By selecting the “Export all’ or “Export selected’ actions, we will redirect you to a pre-filled export form in our IMPEX tooling. From there, all you will need to do is select the “Run command” and we will process your request and have your files ready for download.

More information about the Product export can be found by selecting the Information icon next to the Export action.

Export all

“Export all” allows you to export all products in the Products list, whether it’s all Products in your Project or a filtered list of products. Screen Export all Screen Export filtered

Export selected

To export only a few selected products from the Products list, you can easily select the relevant products needed and use the dropdown action button next to our “Export all” action. By choosing “Export selected” you can export your selected products from our IMPEX tooling. Screen Export selected

Exporting Search results

Currently, we are unable to Export a Products list with a Search term applied. In this case, we recommend selecting the Products to export all selected Products. Screen Export with search Screen Export with search selected

Product discount Rule builder UI Controls

15 September 2017 

Product discount Rule builder

Now you can easily apply Channel, Country, Currency, and Customer group rules to restrict your discount to only apply to specific Product prices in addition to any other condition or rule.

For example, you would like to create a 20 % discount for all shirts that cost over 50 euros for your VIP members. You would like this discount to only apply to your store in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Hamburg, Germany.


You can add a Channel rule for your Amsterdam and Hamburg store by searching for Amsterdam and Hamburg in your Channel input field. Screen Product Discount Rule builder Channel


And then search for the two associated countries: The Netherlands and Germany. Screen Product Discount Rule builder Country


To make sure that this discount only applies to Shirts with a price over 50 euros, you can add the rule for an amount of 50 and with euros as the currency. Screen Product Discount Rule builder Currency

Customer group

Finally, to make sure that this does discount only applies to prices meant for your VIP members, you can easily select the VIP customer group. Screen Product Discunt Rule builder Customer group

Updates in Category List and Search

6 September 2017 

In our Category list, we increased the number of categories we can load to 200 categories per level. We have done so to provide you with a high performing Category list. If you have over 200 categories per level, please use our Search feature which is accessible with the toggle switch at the top of the page. You can apply a ‘Subcategory’ filter to see the full like of all categories under a specific Category.

06 September 2017 Category list 06 September 2017 Category search In our Category search list, we also added the feature of sorting by relevance. When you enter a search term, the list of results returned will now be sorted based on the Relevance to the search term. You can now also see the ‘Sort by’ above the table header in our Category search list - select the information icon when sorting by Relevance to learn more.

Cart Discounts is live!

6 September 2017 

Cart discounts

Cart discounts list

Screen Cart discount list From the Cart discount list, you can see an overview of all the Cart discounts for your project. The Cart discounts are sorted based on the Rank (aka sortOrder) set in each Cart discount. This is helpful in case you have a cart with multiple discounts applied.

Carts with multiple discounts applied will be applied in order from the top of the list to the bottom. Currently, all matching discounts will be applied to the cart.

For example, the ‘Fall Sale’ discount is in the second place, while the ‘Black Friday!’ discount is in the fifth place. However, the ‘Black Friday!’ discount requires the user to enter a discount code.

If the customer’s cart qualifies for the ‘Fall Sale’ discount and also applies the discount code for the ‘Black Friday!’ discount, then the ‘Fall Sale’ discount would apply to the Cart first, and the ‘Black Friday!’ discount will be applied second.

Cart discount details

Screen Cart discount details Editing Cart discounts allows you to have full control over the conditions a Cart must fulfill to qualify for a discount. You can customize the conditions in the Cart discount rules panel. For example, you can set the discount to only apply to Carts with a total over $100.

Furthermore, our Cart discount target allows you to choose if you want to target the Cart’s shipping costs or a specific product in your customer’s Cart.

When you’re ready bring your discount live, you can easily activate or deactivate your discounts or even require your users to enter a special discount code to enable the discount.

Our flexible Cart discount rules and targets allow you to customize Cart discounts for your customers. You have great flexibility with building discounts for your customers.