Colour Mapping allows you to map a colour from your eCommerce store to a specific colour on a Marketplace. For example, you may sell a t shirt in 'lavender' but the marketplace that you are selling on only supports the colour 'purple' in their search function. If you map 'lavender' to 'purple' then your product will still show in search filters.

If you don't assign colours, your products may NOT list on that marketplace as its a requirement that must be met for the product to be listed.

Marketplaces which require colours to be mapped

  • Westfield online
  • TheMarket
  • TheIconic
  • Onceit

How to Map your Colours to Marketplace Colours

  1. In Omnivore, go to Products - Marketplace Name (The Market) - Map Colours Tab.
  2. If you have unmapped colour they will be under the Unmapped colour section at the top. 
  3.  Tick the box next to the unmapped colour (this example we use Yellow) and scroll down on the page under Marketplace Colours to see the Yellow, click the + Yellow button.
  4. This will add your selection to the mapping under Yellow.
  5. Do this for all colours OR use the automatically map to known colours button and it will be done automatically if we already have a mapping for that colour.
  6.  If you need to delete/change a colour mapping, click the minus icon on the colour under the main colour heading. Example, to remove Mustard click the minus.