As you may have already known, product variants play a significant role with Shopify stores. This is because they allow customers to have more options and encourage them to spend more time browsing through your site, which would lead to an increase in the likelihood of customers making a purchase. Therefore, in today document, I will provide you the basic knowledge about variants and how to wisely add variants on Shopify.
Add Variants to Brand-New Product
In this post, you’re going to learn how to add variants to a brand-new product on Shopify. Adding variants play an indispensable role when selling your products on Shopify, especially while you’re creating a new one. While adding information about a new product of your shop, its variants can also be added at the same time too. If a product has several variants, the customers would have more choices which could meet their demands. For example, you are selling T-shirt on Shopify, you could add blue, green, black, grey to the option) value field if you option name is color. By doing this, you can enable your customers to know the information about the products you have, which could help them to consider easier when making their decisions.
Add Several Variants At Once by Using Bulk Action
Variant could be considered as the characteristics of each product which is already available in your Shopify shop or will be added in the future. Each product will have numerous details which need to be added. There will be times when you have to add several variants at the same time.
Add a Variant by Duplicating an Existing Variant
This post is going to show you how to add variant by duplicating an existing variant. Adding analogous variants is a time-consuming job. Because to complete it you will have to go through a myriad of steps from login, choose the products, to enter the option values. If your shop has hundreds of products which need to add variants, doing it by the old way could take you hours to finish. As a result, you would not have any time to do other important things such as checking customers’ orders, improve the qualities of your products or plan the marketing strategy.
Add Variants to Existing Product
You might already know how to add variants to a new product. But the way to add more variations to your existing products is a bit different and quite complicated.
Change Variant Details
Variants are one of the most important details of a product. In the previous posts, I have already discussed with you the easiest way to add variants details to your new products, and your existing products. But if we want to change variant details of a specific product such as its size, style or material, how can we do it?
Add Images to Existing Variants
If your product variants have already been set up and you just need to add variant images for these existing variants, you can skip to the adding variant images section.
Change Display Order of Options
Last time, we have discussed the way to add variants to a product. Now, I will share with you about the editing variants process. It is clear that knowing how to edit variants of your existing products is an essential knowledge for every shop owners. If you can master this, it will give you the ability to change the variants details of your products in a timely manner. For example, you could change the option details, change the order of the options, edit or delete a variant, and so on.
Edit Product's Options
Knowing how to edit a product’s option is essccential because I’ll help shop owner to manage the variants of the products easier which would lead to a considerable increase in their sales.
During the sale process, there will be times when there is a product which has the variations that you are no longer selling. When these times come, you probably need to delete all the variants of it. You will also need to delete the default of it. Because if you do not delete these, they will still appear to the customers when they are checking the product variants at your Shopify page.
From July and August 2020 onwards, Shopify will change the way in which you will have to edit the variants of your products in a totally new way.