It is possible to add custom fields on Partoo's interface in order to store the information of your choice and retrieve it.

What are the custom fields for ?

This custom field feature enables users to add information from the Partoo's platform in different formats (list, text, number...) and thus build a complete database of local information.

Then, you will be able to recover the data from these custom fields (as well as other data on Partoo) via API to feed your tools (CRM, store-locator, store pages...) or simply stock this information.

What are the different types of custom fields available?

There are currently 7 types of custom fields. Each answers to a specific need, and is associated to particular constraints: Text, boolean, decimal number, integer, single choice, multiple choice & multiple choice of images:

  • Text: Text to describe a field freely

  • Boolean: A field type to indicate if the field is present or not

  • Decimal number: Number with a coma

  • Integer: Number without coma

  • Single choice: Selecting one item from a list

  • Multiple choice: Selecting multiple items from a list

  • Multiple options of images: Selecting multiple images from a list (refer to the "Custom Fields Multiple Choice of images" section)

How do I add custom fields?

You just have to follow these steps to add custom fields on the Partoo app. ⚠️ Only the users with the role of "Administrator" can access this feature⚠️ :

  • Click on the ⚙️ icon to go to "Settings"

  • Click on "Configuration", then click on "Custom fields"

  • Choose the type of custom field you wish to create

  • Indicate the name and the constraints (if necessary) associated to the custom field, then click on "Create field"

  • For "Select image", you can associate additional information to the images

Who can edit custom fields?

By default, they are editable by all users of the platform. However, it is possible to block some fields or the entire "Additional field" section from your team's rights management interface.

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