Form the Title > More… > Editions tab you can view the products derived from the title and add new products.
The example below shows three editions; hardcover, paperback and audio book, that were derived from the title Breads and Muffins. Each edition has a unique ISBN, an edition format, edition title, publication date and retail price. Additional information about an edition can be viewed by selecting the Edit… button to the right of each edition record.
To add a new edition select the Add a new edition… button at the bottom of the window.
- Edition title can be the name of the parent title or a different name. The example below shows the name of the Spanish edition.
- ISBN-13 is a unique identifier for the edition. The ISBN does not have to be a valid ISBN. We call it an ISBN because 90% of our clients are book publishers.
- SKU or other product code is a secondary unique identifier for the edition.
- Format (or type of edition) specifies what the product is. A royalty contract can reference the value in this field to determine the applicable royalty rate.
- Retail Currency is used to specify the default list price of this edition. You can specify prices for other currencies in the Prices tab of the edition record.
- Unit cost is the default unit cost for this edition. It is used to determine the cost of goods sold if the import file does not include the cost of sales.
The image below shows the Editions tab after a new edition has been added. You can select the Edit.. button on the right to view more information about an edition.