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Quantity format

Decimal separator

Comma or point. A comma is interpreted as a decimal separator only if followed by two digits to avoid ambiguity with a comma being used as a thousand separator.
The following notation will be ignored by Stockeo and will not update the stock of this product in your store.
The notation with one or three decimal places that will be ingnored by Stockeo annotated
The comma notation of quantity that will be ingnored by Stockeo
Shopify only allows quantity to be stored as an integer. When the quantity in the feed is a decimal number, it will be rounded in accordance with the mathematics.
The notation with two decimal places that will be ingnored by Stockeo annotated
The comma notation of quantity that will be interpreted by Stockeo
The above notation will update the stock to 3 and 4 respectively.

Approximate values

Sometimes in the feeds from some suppliers, there is a notation that the quantity of product is greater than a certain value. Stockeo then always sets the stock equal to this value, omitting the greater than and plus signs.
Different quantity notations in Stockeo for Shopify annotated
Different quantity notations handled by Stockeo
All of the notations above are equivalent and will result in the following results:
Quantity updated by Stockeo according to notations above annotated
Quantity updated by Stockeo according to the notations above