1. Product Name
This is the name of your product. It may not match exactly the name that is used on other sites, but it is the name that will be displayed on your Magpie pages.
2. Internal ID
This is for internal use for your own reference if you already have an internal product ID system
3. My product has a start and end date
If your product has specific start and end date, enter it here.
e.g. Holiday Highlights Tour operates from December 1st until January 2nd
For most products this doesn't apply. If your product just keeps operating until you decide otherwise, then leave this blank.
4. Description Summary
Summarize your activity in two or three sentences. Inspire by letting readers imagine themselves there.
This builds on the summary description; it should not repeat any information. This is where the bulk of your descriptive content will go. Use the space available to include the most important details. Try to engage your reader by describing things as if they were there and it was happening in that moment. Be descriptive, evoke feelings of anticipation, and don't just list things in the order that they occur.
6. Check box to add a longer description
Most listings will not require this field. It builds further on the medium description; it should not repeat any information. For experiences requiring a great deal of information (e.g. lists of attractions) that can not be presented in other areas of the listing, or that does not fit in the medium description.
This section is typically given high priority by users and reseller sites. It is a powerful place to list the most compelling elements of your product.
Anything extra that is included in the price, such as entry fees, food/drinks.
Keep your customers happy by listing things they might expect to receive as part of your product.
Common excluded items are: Admission fees, food/drinks, tips/gratuities, souvenir purchases
10. Additional Information
This is really a catch-all field for anything else that you want to add. We recommend that you use it for specific types of information that don't fit anywhere else.
Its likely that you won't need to use this, but its here if you need it. For most websites, this section will just be added to the end of the main description.
Some people add notes in here, just to keep it separated from the main description, which is fine.
11. This product setup is complete checkbox
Internal use only.
Once you are satisfied that you have completed your product content and settings, check this box. Many of the fields on this platform are not required, so your product might be complete even if some of the fields are empty. It is simply a flag to let you or other team members know that the product is complete.