The Measurement Chart sub-tab is where you select the size range and grading size to be able to make a sample request. In addition, you can add measurement lines including gradings.

To avoid typing the same thing twice, we recommend you create a template style that you can then copy from. You can organize your templates by creating a season called 'Templates'.

This article will cover the following topics to get you started with Measurement Chart sub-tab:


In the Styles section, under the Measurement chart sub-tab:

1) Mouse over the options 'Size', 'Units' and ' Grading size' and click the edit icon - or double-click on the area

2) Use the drop-down menus to select the size range, unit, and grading size (also called sampling size in some companies). 

Once you are done, click the small green icon to save.

If you edit the size range at a later stage, gradings will be deleted and sample requests will be set as canceled.

Be aware that if the Size Range you are selecting has Advanced Grading active - then you are not able to set the Grading Size on style level.

You will now notice that there is a tiny padlock icon to indicate that this Size Range is indeed one that is using Advanced Grading

Add measurements

To add a new measurement:

1) Click the 'Add new line' button

2) In the new row, type in: description (if you have a 'How To Measure' guide, refer to the same description), measurement of selected grading size, and your tolerance - if needed. 

Also, add the grading - remember to write minus ( - ) before the sizes.

3) Once you are done, click the small green icon to save and the system will calculate your measurement chart. The calculation will appear on the right part of the screen.

edit measurements

To edit your measurements, simply double-click on it. The text value will be automatically selected and the respective row will open in the edit mode. Make your changes and click the small green icon to save.

Copy A line

Save time and copy lines including the description and grading, and make the adjustments needed. Simply mouse over one of the chart rows and click the purple copy icon. The copied line will then appear at the bottom of your measurement chart.

Drag and drop THE order of YOUR measurement chart

You can adjust the measurement lines by drag and drop them. Select the row and drag it to the right position. All rows have a reorder icon making it easier to remember this functionality.

NOTE: Changes made in the measurement chart will automatically apply to the sample requests in the following states: Requested, Confirmed, Sent, and Received. Changes will not apply to commented sample requests.


You can easily import a measurement chart from another style using the 'Import' button.

1) Click the button and in the pop-up window, search for a specific style. In this case, we searched for the style number '1237' to import the measurement chart from the 'Demo Cool Dress' style

2) Select the style you want.

3) Select if you want to "ADD" or "REPLACE" the measurement chart to your existing chart.

4) Then you click "Import"

* If imported from a style with different Size Range - only Label & Tags (if they are there) will be imported - the values will be empty
* If imported from a style with the same Size Range but different Grading size - Label is imported and values will be added and recalculate so they fit to the grading size
* If imported from a style with the same Size Range and same Grading size - Label and values are imported


Instead of importing an entire Measurement chart - maybe you only need a few rows.

Click on the Import button.

You can set checkmarks in the rows that you need.

When you only select some rows - you can only "ADD" them to your Measurement chart.


It is possible to allow your supplier(s) to edit the measurement chart for specific styles. This is done by using the lock icon.

When unlocked, your supplier(s) can edit the measurement chart.

When locked, your supplier(s) cannot edit the measurement chart.

NOTE: The old measurement chart will be overwritten by the imported one and this cannot be undone. Active sample requests will set as canceled when importing a measurement chart but you can easily reactivate them.


You add comments to your measurement chart - just click on the tiny pen and type in your comment.

Remember to save your comment - click on the save button.

You can also upload fields in "How to Measure" in case you have a guide on how you want your Supplier to measure.

You can upload images, PDFs or text documents.

The functionality is the same as you know from Style Fields.