Metafields are similar to tags. If you want to save extra details of the products, you can configure the details in this section with as many metafields as you want (E.g. my_cloth.fabric, my_cloth.style, etc). To do so you have to add a Namespace and a Key which can be fetched from Metafield’s Definition. Here Namespace and Key are used to identify the definition.
For example: If my_cloth.fabric is a Metafield that is being added, it will have the following values.
Name: Fabric (You can have any other custom name according to your requirement)
Namespace: my_cloth (Here my_cloth is acting as an identifier which can vary according to the Metafield being added)
Key: fabric (Key is the word that defines the specificity of the cloth)
Type: Default (You can either set the Type to Default or Time Stamp if you’re using old data)
Is Searchable: Yes (You can either choose Yes if you want to make the value of the tag searchable or else No)
Is Filterable: Yes (You can either choose Yes if you want the Named Tag to appear in the Filters or else No)
For each Metafield, you can select a Value Rule where you can either select to consider the Metafield you might have added or to Ignore them, according to your need.
In case a row in the configuration block is added by mistake or you no longer need it then you can delete it from the delete button.
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