Designing Your Tools

Store Locator

The store locator is dropped onto one of your pages. The styling for your Store Locator is not inherited from your site, so we will need to match your site before embedding.

You have 3 options

1. Let Locally match your site. 90% of brands pick this option and love our choices. Once your Store Locator is presented, you can request tweaks.

2. Quick Pick Options 

3. Have your design team design and customize all options.

  Let us know which option you'd like on slack.

  If you'd like to go with option 2 or 3, here are the options/ specifics.

Product Locator

The Product Locator inherits your existing styling and can be styled more with additional CSS on your site. Your Product Locator type can be changed at any point, but we'd like to start you with a PL Type. Here are your options:

Option 1: On-Page/Open
Our Product Locator can render as a robust on-page widget that presents nearby stores and product availability directly on the PDP.

ASICS' Product Locator renders under "Want it today?" below Add to Cart. It features the two closest inventory matches or dealers to the user. Load the GEL-Kayano 5 360 to view. Jump to New York, NY for inventory.

Option 2: Button or Text Link
A simple button or text link on your PDP launches Locally's modal to show nearby product availability.

Arc'teryx launches their Product Locator as a "Find in Store" link below Add to Cart. Load the Sentinel LT Jacket to view. Jump to Vancouver for inventory.

Option 3: Button + Drop Down
Many brands install a button that opens a drop-down to reveal nearby availability.
Thule shows the Find it Locally button above the fold and when the shopper click, the dealers display on page. Load the Thule UpRide in Portland, OR to see it in action.

  Let us know which option you'd like on slack.

  Next Step: Tool Installation

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