Title field is one of the field mapping parts which provides more settings on it. 

If you want to add the text beginning or end of the title field, you can click here to know more. 

The settings will discuss further below:-

1. Multiple title separator

Multiple title separator is used when mapped to multiple title fields. If you want to separate the title, you can choose "<space> - <space>" or don't need any changes on it choose "-".

2. Case convert

Easily convert text between different letter cases of the text.

For example, all lower cases will be "vintage t-shirt". If all upper cases will be "VINTAGE T-SHIRT" or Titleize case will be "Vintage T-Shirt". Titleize case is upper casing the first letter of each word. 
 If you don't want any changes, you may choose as No Change.

3. Ignore words

Ignore words let you ignore the specific wording that you don't want to be added or updated for the product. Its supports multiple ignored words, separated by a comma while it also supports regular expressions too.  

By enabling, the toggle icon there it will automatically ignore the words from the variant option word.

For example, the title "T-shirt - Black" will be converted to "T-shirt"

By using the ignore words field to remove any multiple ignored words, separated by a comma and also regular expressions. 

A. Remove all HTML tags by using <[^>]*>

Value in feed
<h3><em><strong>Hello Everyone</strong></em></h3>
Hello Everyone

B. Remove commas from the sentences, and wrap the regular expression with *, for example: *^"|\,|"$*

Value in feed
HP Elitebook 840 G8, 14""FHD, i5-1135G7, 8GB, 256GB SSD, LTE 4G
HP Elitebook 840 G8 14""FHD i5-1135G7 8GB 256GB SSD LTE 4G

4.  Find

Find multiple words or phrases, separated by a comma. Search will match any word to find any part of the word, including For example, *man will find woman, manicure as well. The Find field also supports regular expressions too.

5. Replace with

Replace with define as you can replace it with multiple words or phrases, separated by a comma. eg word1,word2. (Auto-matched with Find)

For example, 

  • To replace the word with the column name, you can use {{description}} place the column name inside the bracket {{ }}