How to Create a Custom Field in Sproxi Using the Bulk Edit Button

Custom fields allow you to enter data into a custom field & map that data to your Google Listings.  There are a variety of reasons you may want to create a custom field, but in many occasions, it’s when the data does not exist in your shopping cart, but you need it in your Google Shopping Feed.

Custom fields may be created in Sproxi & then applied to specific or all products in Sproxi. Alternatively, you can create a custom field in a CSV & import it, and it’s values into Sproxi directly.

Custom fields may be mapped to a Google Attribute in the “Field Mapping Tool.”  This will insert the value in the specific custom field to the Google Attribute field you mapped it to for all Google Listings.

They may be situations, however, where you may not want to apply a custom field you created to all Google Listings, but rather you want to apply them to specific Google Listings.

In this knowledge base article we will 1) create a custom field & 2) apply the custom field to select Google Listings.

Create a Custom Field

First under “Product Management” click the “Products” menu link (1).  Select the products you would like to create the custom field for by clicking on the products or using the select all tool (2,3).


Next, click the blue button labeled “Custom” (1).


Apply a Custom Field to Select Sproxi Products

After clicking the “Custom” button, a modal will pop-up with two boxes.  In the left box (custom field table) type in the name of the custom field.  In this example, I will name it “Manufactured In” (1).  In the box on the right, type in the value for the custom field.  In this example, I will type in China (2).   Finally, click the “Bulk Apply” button (3).  What I have done is apply a custom field “Manufactured In” with the value of “China” for the selected products. 


To apply this same custom value on other products, use the same process.  Click on individual products or “select all.”  Click the “Custom” button (labeled as number 1 in the first image).  When the modal above appears, start typing in the name of the custom field & it will auto-populate (1).  Next, put in the desired value (2) (it can be different than the value when you originally created the custom field), then click the “Bulk Apply” button (3).

*As a note, you can expand the number of visible rows in the table by using the drop-down in the bottom right-hand corner

Click here to learn to Apply a Custom Field Using a CSV file