Setting up your feed
Once you have added the desired channel template to your store, you will need to turn it into a feed. You will need to map your product data, choose which products to send to the channel, categorize your products according to the channel's taxonomy, and then configure to when and where the feed will submit.
Let's take a look at the anatomy of a feed setup in GoDataFeed.
Feed specifications from the channel
Often, channels provided data definitions or specifications for the format in which they accept your product data. For example, Google's product feed specifications shows you how Google accepts product data for Google Shopping and their feed spec is used by many channels to process your product data.
Some channels have different specifications depending on the file format sent. For example, Amazon allows manual uploads of Inventory File Templates to Seller Central, as well as XML feeds submitted programmatically via Amazon's API. In this case, you may refer to the Inventory File Templates, but the XSDs (XML schema documents) provide the ultimate specification for your Amazon feeds.
Now that you have setup your feed, you can synchronize your marketplace orders to and from your store platform.