This section may look similar to how you usually set your products up in the BackOffice, but we'll be covering a few key differences when setting up the products for Online Store purposes.
What's in this article:
a) Sell your Products Online
b) Product Info
c) Online Pricing
Go to the BackOffice > Products > Add Product.
You’ll see 2 tabs: Basic and Online Info.
The Basic tab shows the usual product details for the product:
The Online Info tab allows you to:
- Tick to sell this product online
- Add a product description
- Add images for this product
Tip: You can choose products to sell online in bulk by selecting the checkboxes of the products, then choose Group Action > Sell Online.
In the Description text field, you can add in text and images.
Regarding product images, if you’re uploading many images for a product, the first thumbnail in the list will be the main image.
Drag the image to rearrange the order, and add new images by pressing the Add Image camera icon.
You can place your product in a collection, such as Men, Women, Under RM30 Items, and also select the item as a featured product by ticking the Featured Product checkbox.
A Featured Product is a product that you wish to feature on your page, such as a best-selling item or an item that's on discount.
You can have up to 24 Featured Products displayed on your Online Store.
Tip: If you want to manage your list of Featured Products, please refer to the Featured Products section in the article here.
While you're on your 'Basic' tab on the Edit Product page, specify your Online Price here:
A Collection is a category of items (like quick links) featured on the front page.
Head to your BackOffice > Online Store > Store Appearance; you’ll see 4 tabs:
Collection, Logo & Banner, Theme and Featured Products.
Create, search and drag to reorder collections and toggle to enable/disable collections. When you create a new collection, give it a title.
By clicking into the title of the Collections you made, you can set up some conditions for the product and specify whether your products must match All Conditions or Any Conditions.
When you select All Conditions, you're telling the system that each and every Condition you set must be met in order for the product to appear in that Collection.
When you select Any Condition, you're telling the system that any of the Conditions you set will trigger the product(s) to appear in that Collection.
Note: You can have a maximum of 8 Collections at any one time.