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CSV to import products in Prestashop

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Tool for the insertion of products in Prestashop from CSV file.

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  • Generate CSV file for Prestashop version 1.6.x.
  • Import products based on the folder with the images.
  • Several fields are optimized for uploading to default values.
  • Allows save products published.
  • Allows you to batch change the references, categories, prices, weights and quantities.
  • Interface for multiple languages (PT, EN, ES).
  • Generate product codes through a folder of images.
  • Improvement in help options.
  • Checking update in the interface.
  • Load settings file in others paths.
  • Copy text the field above and below.


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