The sidebarThe right or left column of a two-column page layout. on the left is the main menu for your store’s AdminThe password-protected back office of your store where orders, catalog, content, and configurations are managed., and is designed for both desktop and mobile devices. The flyout menu provides access to all the tools you need to manage your store on a daily basis.
The Dashboard provides a quick overview of the sales and customer activity in your store, and is usually the first page that appears when you log in to the Admin.
The Sales menu is where you can find everything related to the operations of processing orders, invoices, shipments, credit memos, and transactions.
The Catalog menu is used to create products and define categories.goo
The Customers menu is where you can manage customer accounts, and see which customers are online at the moment.
The Marketing menu is where you set up catalog and shopping cart price rules and coupons. Price rules trigger actions when a set of specific conditions is met.
The Content menu is where you manage the content elements and design of your store. You will learn how to create pages, blocks, and frontend apps, and manage the presentation of your store.
The Reports menu provides a broad selection of reports that give you insight into every aspect of your store, including sales, shopping cart, products, customers, tags, reviews, and search terms.
The Stores menu includes tools to configure and maintain every aspect of your store, including multisite installation settings, taxes, currency, product attributes, and customer groups.
The System menu includes tools to manage system operations, install extensions, and manage Web Services for integration with other applications.
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