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How To Use And Manage Target Facings

The purpose of this article is to help guide you on how to use and manage target facings while working in DotActiv software.

Applicable Products: DotActiv Free, DotActiv Lite, DotActiv Pro, 
DotActiv Enterprise

What Are Product Facings?

Product facings allow you to create the look of a perfectly stocked store (even when it is not) by placing all of the products on a display or shelf to the edge. It is done to keep the store appearing neat and organised.

It can also be defined as both the orientation and number of products placed on the shelf. For example, placing products on singular or multiple facings.

How To Use And Manage Target Facings

In the above image, Product A and B both have five facings whereas in the below they have one facing each.

How To Use And Manage Target Facings

Understanding Target Facings

Target facings can be used when you want to set a standard value of facings on a product or products in your gondola.

A perfect example would be setting target facings to two on any new products to combat you not having to manually set facings each time you are placing new products.

How To Use And Manage Target Facings

First, highlight products on the gondola that you want to have target facings.

Then, ensure that you are in the ‘Tool’ tab and scroll to the ‘Target Facings’ section as seen below.

Under the ‘Target Facings’ section, you’ll find three options:

  • Custom,
  • Preset, and
  • Indicator

Click on ‘Custom’ and a pop up window will appear. Click the drop-down arrow in Field box to find ‘Actual Facings’.

How To Use And Manage Target Facings

Fill in the number of facings you want in the ‘Value’ box and click ‘OK’.

You can use the ‘Target Facings’ function to cut down on time spent reducing or adding facings when creating your planogram.

Updated on November 14, 2019

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