Below, we dive deep under the hood of Magento 2 backend, exploring its Content section. In this article, we describe Pages – a screen where all CMS pages are stored. Below, you can discover how the appropriate grid looks. Besides, we explain how to manage its content. The article also touches upon such aspects as the creation of new CMS pages. If you are wondering how to transfer them to your e-commerce store, you can also find the answer below.Continue Reading
The following article continues our series dedicated to the Magento 2 backend. It described two sections of user-generated content: Reviews and Pending Reviews. As you might have guessed from their names, both are tightly connected and let you manage product reviews your store visitors write on your website. Below, we explore how to manage this type of content as well as shed light on how to import/export product reviews.Continue Reading
The guide is dedicated to the customizable options — the extra settings available for simple, downloadable, and virtual products in Magento 2 that enable the creation of product variations. Products with custom options resemble configurable products staying a unique system element at the same time. Throughout the text, we’ll discover the peculiarities of custom options, learn how to use them properly, and how to import them to your Magento 2 store.
Below, we continue our exploration of the Marketing area situated in the Magento 2 backend. The following article sheds light on the SEO & Search section, which includes the following screens: URL Rewrites, Search Terms, Search Synonyms, and Site Map. Below, we show how to work with each one. You will find out how to add new URL rewrites, search terms/synonyms, and site maps. Besides, the article describes how to import/export all the related data. Continue Reading
In the following article, we describe two screens of the Promotions section situated under the Marketing area of the Magento 2 backend: Catalog Price Rule and Cart Price Rules. Below, we show how to create and edit them. Besides, you will discover how to import and export cart price rules in the most user-friendly manner. Continue Reading
We continue exploring the Magento 2 backend and this time want to show you how to monitor customers online in Magento 2. Recently, we’ve already described the All Customersscreen – the main interface under the Customers section. And today, you will find a detailed description of another grid dedicated to your store visitors – Customers Now Online. This section doesn’t let you register new clients orimport/export them, but it is useful in terms of promotions and marketing campaigns, introducing advanced monitoring opportunities. Also, note that we’ve already described the main sections of Admin->Sales (Orders, Invoices, Credit Memos, etc.) as well as the Products and Categories screens from the Catalog section. Continue Reading
Most business software is annoying. It has a relatively long learning curve and always requires the help of third-party specialists. Even CRM systems are not an exception. Big companies cause this situation: they require complex solutions able to solve their needs. As a result, small companies have to pay for a million features that they don’t want. They are often forced to hire an IT team to get everything set up correctly. However, there is a solution that helps small businesses eliminate unwanted inconveniences. Meet Less Annoying CRM – a platform designed with average market players in mind. It’s affordable, easy to understand, and less annoying. In the following article, we describe its core features as well as shed light on the Magento 2 Less Annoying CRM integration. Continue Reading
We’ve already described the main sections of Admin->Sales (Orders, Invoices, Credit Memos, etc.) as well as the Products and Categories screens from the Catalog section. Now, we continue exploring the Magento 2 backend and want to draw your attention to All Customers – a screen available under the Customers section. You will find a detailed description of the corresponding greed as well as a guide on how to add new customers and import/export them. This tutorial is suitable for both Magento 2 Commerce and Open Source.Continue Reading