Add items

  1. On your SumUp profile, select the "Items" tab from the left-hand panel.

  2. Select "Add item" in the top right corner.

  3. Add item details, such as a name, pricing and tax rates. See below for more information.

  4. Click "Save" to save the item.

To edit or delete items later, simply open your item section again and select the item you want to change or remove.

Customise items

Organise your items by creating item categories to make it easier to find your items.

These categories will be used as filtering options when customers search for items on your Online Store.

Use the image symbol to add item images. Images must be in JPG or PNG format and can be a maximum of 1500px by 1500px.

You can add up to seven images that will be visible as a gallery on your Online Store. The first image uploaded will be treated as the main image.

Use the item description section on the item editor to add an item description that will be visible on your Online Store and on SumUp Invoices.

Either create simple item variations, like different colours or sizes, or create multiple variations using combinations of variable options.

For example, if you sell a t-shirt in varying colours and sizes, simply enter all the possible colours and all the possible sizes. Then, we’ll combine them to create all the possible variations for sale, including SKU numbers to track stock.

Learn more about item variants.

Tax rates are preset to the rates in your registered home country, however, you can also apply custom tax rates of your own.

Manage your item’s stock levels by enabling the "Track inventory" toggle. You can also manually amend your item’s stock number and stock keeping unit (SKU).

Enable the "Online Store" toggle to start selling your item online with Online Store.

You can also add an item description that will be visible on your Online Store and on invoices. Add a meta title and meta description for your item on your SumUp profile to boost its visibility via SEO.

Create item variants

If you sell the same item in multiple sizes or with slight variations, create item variants to manage them all in one place.