*This feature is only available to customers with a Shopify integration
1. On your Fulfill Engine campaign page there will be a link called “View campaign kits”.
2. From your kits page click on the link of the existing kit group where you would like to add a new product.
3. From the kit group page you can add a new product kit record.
4. In this example we created a kit for the “PC54” t-shirt. Next on the kit record page you will have to upload your background images.
5. From the images tab you can drag multiple files at once. TIP: If the image file names match the name of the product in Fulfill Engine then the color names will match up automatically.
6. Click save and the images will be uploaded to the kit record.
7. If the files are named by the matching color in the Fulfill Engine catalog the colors will match up automatically. If not there will be a warning. To fix the error click on the context menu and click “edit”.
8. From this modal you can choose the correct matching color from the Fulfill Engine product.
9. Once saved the error will go away.
10. Once the images are uploaded and colors are matched, you will need to add an “imprint size”. The “imprint size” will define where the artwork should be placed when creating the mockup images.
11. On the imprint size page you can create an imprint size.
12. From the imprint size modal you will have to resize and drag the box on the left to match the same position as the image on the right.
13. Once positioned and sized properly, then click save.
14. Now that the imprint size is saved. The kit is ready to be used. Click on the campaign name in the link to go back to your Fulfill Engine portal page.
15. From this page you can add products using the kit by clicking on the products link.
16. On the products page click “Add product”.
17. When choosing the same Fulfill Engine catalog product that matches your kit you will see the kit on your designer page.
18. When an artwork file is selected it will be placed on the kit image. The product will be pushed to Shopify with the automatically created mockup images.