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Managing inventory

In the Inventory panel and the Squarespace app, you can search and manage your product inventory from a single location. In this guide, you'll learn how to view, organize, search, and edit your inventory.

Tip: Use the Squarespace app to track inventory on your mobile device. The app can automatically send push notifications to your phone when items are out of stock or reach a low inventory threshold. Download the app for iOS or Android

Inventory panel vs. store pages

You can view products in two places: On their individual store pages and in the Inventory panel. The Inventory panel shows all products on your site, while a store page only displays the particular products added to that page. To add a new product to your site, you'll need to assign it to a store page.

Tip: To rearrange how your inventory displays on your site, go to the store page.

View your inventory

All published, scheduled, and hidden products in your store appear in the Inventory panel. Deleted products don't appear.

  1. In the Home menu, click Commerce, then click Inventory. You can also press the ? key while any panel is open and search inventory.
  2. Click the arrow next to a product name to show its variants.

The current price of each item or variant displays under Price. Sale prices have a Sale badge. The in-stock quantity for each item or variant displays under Stock.

For stock and price levels, sorting is based on variants. For example, if you’re sorting by stock, and one of your variants for a product is out of inventory, the product it belongs to will be at the top of the list.

Tip: Use menu shortcuts to add links to key commerce panels directly to the Home menu.

For tips on viewing your inventory in the app, visit Managing your store in the Squarespace app.

Note: If you have more than 500 products in your inventory (not including variants), the app will only display the first 500, listed alphabetically.

Search inventory

Click the search icon to search for products by: 

  • Product titles
  • Tags and categories
  • SKUs

Tap the search icon, then search by product title. The app doesn't support searching inventory by tags, categories, or SKUs. 

Add a product

You can add a product on the computer or in the Squarespace app.

In the Inventory panel, click Add product in the top-right corner. Then select the store page where the product will appear on your site. To learn more, visit Adding products to your store.

You can also import products from a .csv file. To learn more, visit Importing and exporting content.


For tips on viewing and managing your inventory in the app, visit Managing your store in the Squarespace app.

To learn more, visit Adding products to your store.

Edit stock levels

Stock automatically decreases with each purchase, after checkout. Products with at least one sold out variant display a red arrow in the Inventory Panel. Click the arrow to view variant stock levels. You can also receive a Stock Level Alert email when an item is running low. To receive push notifications about low inventory to your mobile device, download the Squarespace app. It's not possible to set stock levels for Subscription products.

To edit stock levels:

  1. Find the product you want to edit. Click the arrow to show variants.
  2. Click the Price field to enter a new price.
  3. Click the Stock field to enter a new number.

The new price and stock level saves automatically. For tips on editing your inventory in the app, visit Managing your store in the Squarespace app.

To learn more, visit Adding products to your store.

Tip: Enable product waitlists to notify interested shoppers when sold out items are back in stock.

Bulk edit products

If you’re on the Commerce Basic or Advanced plan, you can bulk-edit products by uploading an updated products .csv file. To learn more, visit Editing products.

Next steps

Use these tools to update your store manager and shoppers about stock levels:

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