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Magento 2 Product Settings

The most frequently used product settings and attributes are located at the top of the page, followed by custom attributes. Any other product settings are in expandable sections at the bottom of the page. Product Settings

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Magento 2 Bundle Product

A bundle is a “build your own,” customizable product. Each item in a bundle can be based on one of the following product types: Simple Product Virtual Product Bundle Product The selection of options appears when the customer clicks either the Customize and Add to Cart button. Because the products that are included in the bundle vary, the SKU, Price,…

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Magento 2 Downloadable Product

A downloadable product can be anything that you can deliver as a file, such as an eBook, music, video, software application, or update. You can offer an album for sale, and sell each song individually. You can also use a downloadable product to deliver an electronic version of your product catalog. Because the actual download is not available until after…

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Magento 2 Virtual Product

Virtual products — or digital goods — represent non-tangible items such as memberships, services, warranties, or subscriptions and digital downloads of books, music, videos, or other products. Virtual products can be sold individually, or included as part of the following product types: Grouped Product Bundle Product Aside from the absence of the Weight field, the process of creating a virtual…

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Magento 2 Grouped Product

A grouped product consists of simple standalone products that are presented as a group. You can offer variations of a single product, or group them by season or theme. Presenting a grouped product can create an incentive for customers to purchase additional items. A grouped product provides an easy way to offer variations of a product, and list them all…

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Magento 2 Configurable Product

A configurable product looks like a single product with drop-down lists of options for each variation. Each option is actually a separate simple product with a unique SKU, which makes it possible to track inventory for each product variation. You could achieve a similar effect by using a simple product with custom options but without the ability to track inventory…

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Magento 2 Simple Product

One of the keys to harnessing the power of product types is learning when to use a simple, standalone product. A simple product can be sold individually, or as part of a grouped, configurable, or bundle product. A simple product with custom options is sometimes referred to as a composite product. The following instructions take you through the process of…

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Magento 2 Product Types

Simple Product A simple product is a physical item with a single SKU. Simple products have a variety of pricing and of input controls which makes it possible to sell variations of the product. Simple products can be used in association with grouped, bundle, and configurable products. Configurable Product A configurable product appears to be a single product with lists…

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Magento 2 Categories

Before you add products to your catalog, you need to establish the basic category structure of your catalog. Every product must be assigned to at least one category. Categories are usually created in advance, before products are added to the catalog. However, you can also add categories “on the fly” while creating a product. The category structure of the catalog…

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Magento 2 Products Grid – Add New Product

All products in the catalog are accessible from the Products page, where you can create new products and edit existing ones. For a multisite installation, each website can offer a different selection of products for sale from the same catalog. The Products grid lists all products in the catalog, indicates the website(s) where they are available, and if they are…

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