Are you a cut flower grower or do you not make use of the Catalog prices in Floriday? Then this page is irrelevant to you. Building a network is only necessary if you use catalog prices (also known as weekly lists).
Customers who have linked to you as a grower are part of your network. By making a connection, they let you know that they want to view and order from your weekly list supply.
If you make use of the weekly lists, you probably already have a range of customers in your network.
The following topics are explained on this page:
Viewing the Network
In Floriday, go to Match & Connect > Network on the left to see which customers are in your network. Here you will see an overview of customers who are in your network, including the number of trade items they have chosen from your range.
Click on a customer to view more information about the customer (customer card) (1) and find out which items this customer has selected by clicking on Selected trade items (2). If the customer has set up the option to select articles by the grower, you can add items to the selected assortment via this screen (3).
Do you want to inform the customer about how they can give permission to select articles? This is explained in the article on the Helpcenter for buyers.
Add customers to your Network
If a customer connects to you, you will automatically receive a message about this in your Dashboard.
You can also ignore customers and the connection request they sent. As a result, the notification of customers that you have to classify in a price group does not always remain. You can ignore customers by clicking on the icon below.
The ignored suggestion (customer) can be found at Offer > Direct Sales > Price Groups. From here you can also no longer ignore a suggestion and still classify it into a price group.
You can also set it up so that you receive an email when you have a new customer in your network. You can set this and other notifications on the Notifications page.
Click the notification in the Dashboard (or in the email) to add the customer directly to an existing price group. This customer will then immediately be able to see your supply and the corresponding prices of the price group.