This article is to guide you on what single choice variants and a multiple choice variants mean, and how you can effectively set up your products that require variants.
What are Single Choice and Multiple Choice Variants?
Single Choice Variants
- Item options that can only have one selection.
For example, a cup of cappuccino can only be hot OR cold, large OR medium.
Multiple Choice Variants
- Item options that can have multiple selections.
For example, a plate of pasta can have extra bacon, extra mushroom AND extra cheese.
Single Choice Variants must have a ‘default option’. In the example below, ‘Small’ is the default option. ‘Small’ has no additional charges to the base price of $ 10.00.
- Base Price = $ 10.00
- Small = $ 10.00 + $ 0.00
- Medium = $ 10.00 + $ 3.00
- Large = $ 10.00 + $ 5.00
Alternatively, you can leave the Base Price as 0, and specify the full price for each variant.
For variants with no additional charges, all options should have $ 0.00 value in Add to Price section.
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