The up-to-date of designed planograms, for example for seasonal goods that can no longer be reordered because there will be a different model for the next year, is a very common problem and concern when starting with planograms. This is what the automatic product replacements functionality on planograms can help with, which includes automatic republishing of the planogram with the new product.
You need to set whether Quant should automatically generate replacements for each store or not.
The settings on the categories allow you to specify whether Quant should automatically generate refunds for those categories, as well as several other attributes that allow you to define exactly how the replacements should work.
You can also set up automatic replacements at a more detailed level for a category-store combination, if for some reason you don't want to use replacements everywhere. This setting takes precedence over store or category settings.
Product settings are necessary if you want to replace products only with a defined replacement or products from a group of replacements. If you are happy with the category settings, you can skip this step.
Setting up an automatic task is the final step in which you define on which day and at which time Quant should perform the automated replacements.
Automatic replacements are evaluated based on a number of attributes.
You can add the Automatic Replacements in Planograms widget to your dashboard to see all the replacements you have made.