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Configuring your Property & Attribute Worksheet

Please follow the steps outlined below to properly format your property & attribute worksheet.

Structuring your worksheet

To begin putting together your property & attribute worksheet, simply copy and paste the property and attribute names exactly how they appear in your artwork file into your spreadsheet.
Please make sure your worksheet aligns with the naming of the properties and attributes in your artwork file.
In the example below, you'll see that properties are outlined in column 1, and each property's attributes are listed below the property name.
Proper worksheet configuration
When naming your categories and attributes in your PSD/AI file and your worksheet, do not use dashes (-) or quotation marks (“”) in the name.

Rarity distributions

Rarity distributions determine how rare and valuable an NFT is. Collectors are drawn to NFTs with the rarest attributes, and the existence of these attributes often sway the buying strategies of collectors. Rare NFTs can become quite expensive in secondary sales, and collectors like to know how rare the NFTs they own are as well the rarity of the NFTs they want to purchase.
The rarity percentage of an NFT’s attribute tells you the exact percentage of the collection that attribute makes up. Collectors use tools such as Rarity Sniper to find NFTs in a collection that contain the rarest attributes.
Please note that you must include a rarity distribution curve in your collection.

Adding rarity distributions to your worksheet

When attaching values next to each attribute in the "Distribution" columns in your worksheet, we have provided a legend, or "thermostat," of 5 distributions:
"Common" = least rare; "Mythic" = most rare
The farther right on the thermostat, the rarer the attribute.
Beneath the thermostat, you will see a key, which gives each rarity distribution option a numeric value. The higher the number, the more "common" that attribute with be in your collection.
Based on your preferences, please place a numeric value (from the key) next to each attribute in the "Distribution" columns.