How to bulk edit Google shopping fields e.g product catagory & custom labels etc

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Just wondering how i can bulk edit all my google shopping fields?

I am mainly just wanting to add in the product catagory and custom labels for all my products.


Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Hi Rachy 


ShoppingFeeder offers a service that lets you map attributes and fields for your products to meet the requirements of the Google feed spec. You can add custom labels as needed, making it simple to group product categories for different campaign efforts. You can even create and run smart and standard shopping ads through the app once you seamlessly connect to your GMC and Ad account, or opt for the campaign management service that does everything on your behalf. Contact 





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My name is Alison, and I'm the Customer Success Specialist for Ablestar apps.  I'm sorry for the late reply on this, but I thought I would reach out in case you haven't found a solution yet.


Our Bulk Editor app ( will allow you to bulk modify the Google Shopping fields with either an in-app edit, or by uploading a spreadsheet that contains the data.


The app also has a free version that allows for 5 free in-app edits and 5 free spreadsheet edits a month.  If you have any questions you can reach us at ''.





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There is a way to do this within Shopify. It is a bit limited for large number of products as you can only edit up to 25 products at a time.

If you click on the google channel you will see a page with product statuses - approved, pending and not approved. next to each of these is a link to the products with that status. This shows 25 products per page which can be paged through.

Against each product is a link to edit the fields. However you can sellect the check box against multiple or all products on the page and you can click on edit products at the top of the page.

This will take you to a Bulk Editor for the google fields where you can edit all of the selected products google fields.

Unfortunately there is now way to filter or search the products which would have been useful.

However I was able to change a couple of hundred products which required the custom product field checked fairly quickly.