# Step 4: Adding Pricing Matrix

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Now that your customers are imported, let's configure your pricing matrices. At YoPrint, we define embellishments or decorations as services. Every service will contain a pricing matrix as well as application locations.

## Adding a new Pricing Matrix

- Navigate to https://app.yoprint.com/product-service/service.
- Click
**+ Service**button - Select either a Regular Matrix or Flat Matrix. Learn the difference.

## Configuring the Basic Information

**Name -**should be unique across all your services**Allow custom product location**- Enable this option if you want to specify the location outside of your presets during sales order creation.**Product Location**- check all the locations allowed for this service

## Configuring the Matrix

Primary matrix is the default matrix used to calculate the price when you add this service to any sales order.

- You can use
**+ Type button to add option columns**- For screen printing, you may want to configure the number of colors.
- For embroidery, you may want to configure the number of stitches.

- You can use
**+ Quantity**button to add more quantity rows- In the picture above, any order fewer than 101 garments will be priced at $6.99/ea whereas any order under 201 garments will be priced at $5.99/ea for 1 color print.

- You may use the red trash icon to delete any column or row

## Regular Matrix vs Flat Matrix

Flat Matrix differs from Regular Matrix in terms of how the price is calculated. With a Flat Matrix, the price will be charged once and NOT per garment in the cart. To illustrate this point let's assume you have priced 1 - 100 garments at $6.99 and you have 50 items in the cart.

- With a Regular Matrix, the total would come to $6.99 x 50 = $349.50
- With a Flat Matrix, the total would come to $6.99

## Secondary Matrix

If a secondary matrix is provided, then the first location will be charged using the primary matrix, and any additional locations will be charged with the secondary matrix. For example, let's say a customer wants a two-sided print, and you typically charge $10 for the first location and $8 for the second location. In this case, the primary matrix should say $10, and the secondary matrix should say $8.