Size tables are central to the operation of the app. An incorrect sizing chart will make the results unreliable. It is important that you test your tables and strive to make them the best possible.
Although the ideal would be a size table per garment, we know that on a practical level this is impossible. However, we recommend grouping garments by style, and making a table for each of them. Example: Make a table for slim fit t-shirts, and another for regular fit. Anyway, many of our customers use one board for all of their tops. However, it is prudent to remind you that the more specific your tables are, the better the results will be.
Finally, it should be noted that it is necessary that the SKUs that are in your store be found in a size table. Otherwise those products will not have the SizeMe AI button.
Create tables from body measurements
These are traditional size charts where a range of body measurements is put for each size. This is the method that SizeMe AI uses by default.
Create tables from the garment measurements
Sometimes our customers do not have size table based on body measurements. For this reason, we developed a solution that allows us to generate this table from the measurements of the garment. This solution generates the size table of body measurements, so when editing the table you will always end up retouching the tables of that style.
For more information see the related documentation.