PriceSpy is one of the UK’s largest price and product comparison sites. Products on PriceSpy are placed in multiple categories that allow customers to find only the products they are looking for. Product names and prices are displayed with additional information available when the product is clicked. The merchant websites shown below the products allow customers to purchase from the seller they find most suitable. Each seller ranked also encourages buyers to buy from your store. PriceSpy is a version of Prisjakt for the UK, Ireland and New Zealand.
Since the product data feed fields in Pricespy and Magento 2 are fully compatible, store’ s admin can apply these parameters to their product data, which generates Product Feed. For the reason that Magento 2 now does not support feed generating, we need to use Product Feed extension. PriceSpy allows you to upload your feeds as CSV, XML and plain text files, no Excel files (xlxs, xls) or the like. Note: Limited use of the XML file for PriceSpy since it is quite complex.
Access to pricespy.co.uk, log in by your Gmail account to use PriceSpy
After registering your account, select
Register and feature your shop to start the upload file and read the instructions for creating the feed.
Since Magento 2 does not support to generate product feed, in this article, we introduce the Magento 2 Product Feed by Mageplaza.
To begin with, go to
Products > Catalog > Product Feed > Manage Feeds > Add New Feed
Note: PriceSpy allows you to upload your feed files in CSV, XML and plain text files, no Excel files (xlxs, xls) or the like. Here, Mageplaza will support you upload the feed file in CSV file format.
Cron job to generate feed automatically, whereas
Manual allows admin to create feeds manually.
The file results after using Product Feed extension is as below:
Click on the registration form to start the store registration and upload the feed file.
Home> Lists> My list to see your product feeds
This tutorial provides you the instruction to create data feed using Magento 2 Product Feed extension of Mageplaza and how to upload a feed to PriceSpy. Also, you can refer this link for more detail features of this extension.
Note: You should follow PriceSpy’s requirements to register your store more efficiently. If you already have a store on PriceSpy and want to submit a new URL, email the above as instructed by Mageplaza or contact PriceSpy’s support team to get things done faster.
It comes to the end of tutorial: How to integrate PriceSpy with Magento 2.