This article will show you how to remove parts from your kits. If you want to break a kit apart, simply remove all of its parts.
What we'll cover:
- Removing Kit Parts Using a Spreadsheet
- Removing Kit Parts Through the UI
- Dissolving a Kitting Relationship
- Deleting Kit Parent Products and Removing Kits
- Downloadable Excel Example for Removing Kit Parts
- Related Articles
Removing Kit Parts Using a Spreadsheet
1) Open the file you used to create your kit.
2) Add a column with the header Kit Part 1:Remove to the tab you used to create your kit.
3) If you don't have a saved file, download the template attached to this article and replace the example items with your own.
4) Enter Yes for any Kit Parts you want to remove. Enter No for any Kit Parts you want to keep in your kit.
5) Upload your file with a Product only update.
Removing Kit Parts Through the UI
1) Find the Kit Parent product in a UPS Warehouse or Market List.
2) Click the triangular View Kitting icon to the left of your product in the product grid.
3) Click the red X icon to the right of the Kit Part you want to remove.
Dissolving a Kitting Relationship
If you want to completely break a kitting relationship between all of your products, remove all of the Kit Parts.
- All of your kit products, including the Kit Parent, will remain in UPS as single products, but they won't be connected anymore.
Deleting Kit Parent Products and Removing Kits
If you no longer want to list your kit or keep it in your UPS account, delete the Kit Parent product:
1) Close any open listings for the kit through UPS.
2) Find the Kit Parent in its UPS Warehouse and select it.
3) Click the Remove from list button.
- To completely remove the kit from your account, make sure to check the Remove from all Market lits and Delete from products boxes.
Removing the Kit Parent destroys the kitting relationship between all of the kit products. If you plan on deleting a Kit Parent, you don't need to remove the Kit Parts first.
For more detailed instructions about removing products, see Deleting Products.
Downloadable Excel Example for Removing Kit Parts
Here is the file we created to remove the alternate Kit Parts from the bundle we assembled in the Advanced Kitting: Using Interchangeable Items in Bundles article.
- Searching for Products
- Deleting Products
- Introduction to Kitting: Bundles, Kits, and Aggregates
- Creating Kits: Bundles
- Creating Kits: Multipacks (Lot Listings)
- Creating Kits: Listing One Product Multiple Times
- Creating Kits: Aggregates
Attachment from the Downloadable Excel Example for Removing Kit Parts section: