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A grouped product is made up of simple standalone products that are presented as a group. You can offer variations of a single product, or group them by season or themeA package that contains graphics and appearance information, and customizes the look and feel of the store. to create a set of different products. Each product can be purchased separately, or as part of the group. In the shopping cartA grouping of products that the customer wishes to purchase at the end of their shopping session., each item is listed separately.
|1.||On the AdminThe password-protected back office of your store where orders, catalog, content, and configurations are managed. sidebarThe right or left column of a two-column page layout., tap Products. Then under Inventory, choose Catalog.|
|2.||In the upper-right corner on the Add Product menu, choose Grouped Product.|
|1.||In the Product Details section, do the following:|
|a.||Enter the product Name.|
|b.||Either accept the default SKUStock Keeping Unit: A number or code assigned to a product to identify the product, options, price, and manufacturer. that is based on the product name, or enter another value.|
|2.||Because the product is not yet ready to publish, set the Product Online switch to the “Off” position.|
|1.||To add an image that represents the product group, do one of the following:|
- Drag an image from your desktop, and drop it on the camera tile in the Images and Videos box.
- In the Images and Videos box, tap the camera tile, and navigate to the image file on your computer. Then, select the image, and tap Open .
A placeholder appears until a product image is uploaded.
|2.||The Quantity is grayed out because it’s derived from the individual products that make up the group.|
|3.||To assign the product to a Category, do one of the following:|
- Start typing to find a match. Then, choose the Category.
- Tap the Show List icon to view the Category tree. Then, drill down through the available categories, and tap each categoryA set of products that share particular characteristics or attributes. that you want to assign to the product.
- Tap New Category . Enter the Category Name and choose the Parent Category to determine its position in the menu structure. Then, tap Create Category .
|4.||Enter the product Description directly into the text box, and format as needed. Then, tap Submit . You can also use the WYSIWYGWhat You See Is What You Get: An editor that displays formatted text as it will appear in its final published form. Editor , for additional control.|
|1.||At the bottom of the page, expand the Grouped Products section. Then, tap Add Products to Group .|
|2.||In the grid, use the filters at the top of the columns to find the products that you want to include in the group. Then, tap Search.|
|3.||In the list, mark the checkbox of each item that you want to include in the group.|
|4.||Tap Add Selected Products to add them to the grouped product. Then, do any of the following:|
- To specify a default quantity for any of the items, enter the number in the Default Qty field.
- To remove any product from the list, tap the Deleteicon.
If you have a different image for each variation you can set the configuration to use the correct image for the shopping cart thumbnail.
|1.||On the Admin sidebar, tap Stores. Then under Settings, choose Configuration.|
|2.||In the panel on the left under Sales, choose Checkout. Then, expand the Shopping Cart section.|
|3.||Set Grouped Product Image to “Product Thumbnail Itself.”|
|4.||Tap Save Config.|
Things to Remember
A grouped product is essentially a collection of simple associated products.
Simple and virtual products that are part of a grouped product cannot have custom options.
Each item purchased appears individually in the shopping cart, rather than as part of the group.
The thumbnail image in the shopping cart can be set to display the image from the grouped parent product , or the associated product.