If you have updated your data feed, you’ll probably want to update your flipbooks shop links to make sure both show the latest information.

Update flipbook will recreate the shop links with the current information from your data file. This process only updates the links without uploading the PDF file again, which makes updating your flipbook easier and faster.

If you want to change your PDF instead, look down below, or follow this link 🙏

Who is this for?

This workflow is for you if:

  • You're using a product feed where data can be updated regularly, this is also possible with an Excel file. Simply update the new file manually to your media folder.

  • You're tagging your PDF with a hidden layer to position the icons before upload.

  • You're not moving the initial placement of the icons after processing

If your setup requires manual enrichments after processing, then this is not for you, as all manual enrichments will be deleted in the process.

How to update your flipbook

  • Choose the flipbook to update

  • Click the three dotted menu

  • Update flipbook



You’ll be then prompted to select the enrichment automation you would like to use

Use previous
If your data feed has the same URL, you can use your previous configuration.
This will run the exact same Enrichment Automation you used before.

Update Automation before processing
it's possible to adjust the Enrichment Automation before processing.
For example, changing the icon or simply choosing another feed or Excel file.

DISCLAIMER: The examples shown here, are using Google Sheets as a dynamic data source, which is why changing the data can be processed so quickly.
This can be also done with an Excel file, just bear in mind that you need to upload the file first to your media folder, and select it via the Enrichment Automation.

And there you go! You have an updated flipbook :)

If you're looking to change your PDF instead, take a look at our article:



If you're interested to learn more about using Google Sheets as a data source, take a look at our article here:



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