Customers see product information you curated in Optimizely Product Information Management (PIM) on Product Detail pages, including images, name, description, brand, attributes, documents, specifications, and related products. Before you configure the PIM, you need to know your data and how you want to present that data.
Review the example Product Detail page and the table below for how the product information displays to customers.
|Image Number||Product Detail Page Field||Description||PIM Source|
|1||Categories||The categories the product belongs to||Categories assigned on the Product > Categories tab|
|2||Images||The product images||Images assigned on the Product > Images tab|
|3||Title||The product name or display title||Property mapped to Product Title|
|4||Number||The product's number||Property mapped to Product Number|
|5||Brand Name||The name of the product's brand, if enabled||Property mapped to Brand|
|6||Attributes||The assigned attributes for this product. When you create properties and map these to attributes, the property display name becomes the product's attributes on the Product Detail Page. You can show these in tab format if you enable Display Attributes in Tabs.||Properties mapped to Attributes|
|7||Description||The product's longer description||Property mapped to Description|
|8||Documents||The assigned documents for this product. You can show these in tab format if you enable Display Documents in Tabs.||Documents assigned on the Product > Documents tab|
|9||Specifications Tabs||The tabs related to product information. When you create properties and map these to specifications, the property name becomes the tab name and the sort order sets the tab order.||Properties mapped to Specifications|
|10||Related Products||The products promoted as cross-sells or accessories||Related products assigned on the Product > Related Products tab|