We’ve just described why the native Magento 2 import solution is not worth your attention. But what about the corresponding export tool? In the following article, we continue exploring the Magento 2 admin interface. This time, we compare the native Magento 2 export tool with the Improved Import & Export extension. You will find all the drawbacks of the native instrument highlighted below. Continue Reading
The release of Magento 2.3 extended the capabilities of ecommerce merchants and brought improvements to online shoppers’ experience by implementing some vital features. One of the enhancements available with the latest version of the Magento 2 platform is related to inventory management. The new mechanism introduces MSI, or Multi-Source Inventory, which allows ecommerce merchants to manage products inventory within multiple warehouses located in different regions and countries. The MSI feature simplifies the workflow of store owners who have various inventory sources and run a few websites, as well as enhances dropshipping opportunities.
So, what about third-party extensions handling multi-source inventory? Are they still useful for Magento 2 web stores that can leverage the MSI functionality by default? We will try to answer this question in today’s post by exploring the possibilities of one of such tools – the Amasty Advanced MSI extension for Magento 2.
The Magento 2 multi-source inventory module enhances the default functionality making virtual stocks management more flexible and extending shipment options. Besides improved admin workflow, the Amasty extension provides a smart algorithm for shipping products at a minimal cost. This functionality is limited on the Magento 2 platform out of the box. Below, we describe the main features and usability of the Advanced MSI extension.
Below, we shed light on one of the most robust Magento 2 themes. Pearl is a solution that suits both small businesses and ecommerce giants. The Magento 2 theme offers tons of various features and several pricing plans. In the following post, we make things as clear as a bell, so after reading it, you will know what to do with the Pearl Magento 2 theme. Continue Reading
Although the default Magento 2 checkout procedure has been significantly revamped in the new platform version, there is still room for improvement. Therefore, the new generation of Magento 2 one step checkout extensions attracts more and more attention from merchants. If you still don’t use such tools with your Magento 1.X website, quickly check our digest with a list of the best one page checkout Magento extensions that we’ve prepared before.
Now, let’s return to our mutton – the new generation of Magento 2 one page checkout extensions. Designed with both store visitors and backend administrators in mind, they provide complete Magento 2 checkout customization. Below, you will find a short description of each Magento 2 one page checkout extension. If you are looking for a corresponding Magento 2 one page checkout tutorial that describes more details, follow the appropriate link in each module’s description.
Leveraging social media platforms for promoting goods and services is one of the most efficient ways for engaging customers and increasing sales. If you are thinking of expanding your online business presence to other marketplaces, Instagram could be one of the best choices. Lately, Instagram has gained exceptional popularity among social media followers and reached more than 100 million users from around the world.
Today, we describe a tool that allows online merchants to easily integrate their Magento 2 stores with Instagram – MageDelight Instagram Connect for Magento 2. The extension enables store owners to create an eye-catching gallery with Instagram photos and place it on any web page. By making your online store more visually appealing, you will attract the attention of newcomers, retain existing clients, and gain more followers on Instagram. Below, we look closer at the features offered by the Magento 2 Instagram gallery module, explain how to configure it from the admin panel, and show its appearance on the frontend.
We’ve reviewed many Magento 2 themes in recent months, and some of them have the same problem: the default checkout procedure is split between two steps and requires much time to be completed. Luckily, it is possible to fix this problem with the help of a reliable third-party one-page checkout module. Below, we shed light on one of these solutions – Smart One Step Checkout for Magento 2 by Aheadworks. This Magento 2 checkout extension not only reduces the number of checkout steps to one but also analyzes the performance of your checkout page and helps to improve the conversion rate. Sounds intriguing, so let’s figure out the module’s core features first. Continue Reading
Possibility to pick up an order from a physical store is a significant enhancement to the customer shopping experience. If store pickup is included in available shipping methods, online shoppers have a wider selection of delivery options so that they can opt for the most suitable one. Besides, in-store pickup allows customers to decrease time on waiting for their orders and cut expenses on shipping.
In this post, we describe a tool that allows merchants to add the store pickup shipping method to the checkout and provide customers with the possibility to choose the most convenient location and time for taking their orders. Meet Amasty Store Pickup with Locator for Magento 2 – a complex solution that not only allows collecting orders from brick-and-mortar stores but also adds offline store locations to the Google map. Below, we look closer at the core features of the Magento 2 in-store pickup module and explore its backend and frontend interface.