Capacity [capacity]

The capacity [capacity] attribute defines the capacity of product that offers the ability to store digital files and content. Some examples of how to use capacity include:

  • A smartphone that comes in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB options for flash memory
  • A solid-state drive that comes in 512GB, 1TB and 2TB storage sizes
Hero illustration demonstrating that a Google phone comes in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB options.

When to use

Required for all electronic products in an item group that vary by storage capacity. Recommended for all products for which digital storage capacity is an important, distinguishing attribute.

Format

Follow these formatting guidelines to make sure Google understands the data you're submitting.

For details on when and how to submit values in English, learn more about submitting your product data

Type Integer + unit of measurement (Unicode characters. Recommended: ASCII only)
Supported measurements MB, GB, TB
Repeated field No
File format Example value
Text (TSV) 16GB
XML (Feeds) <g:capacity>16GB</g:capacity>

Guidelines

Follow these guidelines to make sure you submit high-quality data for your products.

Minimum requirements

These are the requirements you'll need to meet to show your product on Google. If you don't follow these requirements, we'll disapprove your product and let you know in the Diagnostics page of your Manufacturer Center account.

  • Use one of the 3 accepted values:
    • “MB” [“MB”]
    • “GB” [“GB”]
    • “TB” [“TB”]

Best practices

These best practices can help you go beyond the basic requirements to optimize your product data for performance.

Do not include the size of random access memory (RAM), temporary or removable storage in a device.

Examples

Products with flash memory

Attribute Value
Capacity [capacity] 32GB
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