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How to import and export Magento 2 MSI and how it works. Magento 2 multi source inventory (MSI) import guide and manual

- E-Commerce, Magento 2

Magento version 2.3 came out with the long-awaited Multi-Source Inventory (MSI) support. The feature is available right after you install the MSI extension. Although the module dramatically improves the basic experience associated with inventory management, it still lacks various vital functionalities, especially in the area of data synchronization. Luckily, you can always address the existing issues with the help of third-party solutions. When it comes to the Magento 2 MSI module and data transfers, the Improved Import & Export extension and its MSI add-on are at your service. 

In this blog post, you will learn how to import and export all Magento 2 MSI entities: sources and quantity of the products per source. We describe what the MSI module is and how to install it. After that, you will find out what to do with the MSI add-on of the Improved Import & Export extension. All the existing requirements associated with Magento 2 MSI import and export processes are also listed in the article.

Besides, we focus on the table formatting of MSI entities. You will learn how the stock sources MSI table works and what to do with the stock sources qty MSI table. Next, the blog post sheds light upon how to import and export Magento 2 products with multiple MSI warehouses.

The last chapter of this Magento 2 MSI import/export guide describes how MSI source import/export works. We put emphasis on how to export and import Magento 2 stock sources. You will find out how to edit an import table and import it to your website.

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How to migrate from Magento 1 to Magento 2 with Improved Import and Export extension

Migrating from Magento 1 to Magento 2 is not an ordinary routine. Using the standard Magento data import tool for that may be a difficult task if you are not familiar with coding and working from the command line. Even Magento 2 developers rarely rely on the standard instruments since the migration may prove difficult because of the difference between entities stored in M1 and M2.

MIGRATION ADD-ON IS NO LONGER SUPPORTED

That’s why having a tool that simplifies the procedure and leaves you with only mechanical tasks is a great time savior. In this article, we will talk about how to migrate to Magento 2 using the Improved Import and Export extension. Firstly, we will introduce you to the module. After that, you will find out how to import products, customers, and orders to your ecommerce website when you migrate from Magento 1 to Magento 2. The article sheds light on such nuances as getting an export table with a corresponding entity, preparing attributes for import, and transferring everything into your brand new storefront.

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“Magento DIY. The Complete Guide” is Out Now!

- E-Commerce, Magento tips & tricks

DIY Guide to Magento

During the last few months the Firebear team has been working on a DIY guide to Magento. The book is out now and you can purchase it for $30. “Magento DIY. The Complete Guide” explains all important nuances related to the most popular ecommerce platform and illustrates vital improvements necessary for turning your website into a robust online store. The book consists of 5 chapters: Setup; Sales Generation; Growth; Enterprise; and Custom Magento DevelopmentContinue Reading

How to improve checkout & add to cart speed in Magento

- E-Commerce

increasing checkout and add to cart speed

Despite you can cache static cms pages, like products and categories, using Full Page Cache along with a fast backend cache storage, such as Redis or Memcached, you will still have slow dynamic pages. Thus, it is vital to increase checkout and add to cart speed in your Magento setup. There are also problems related to PHP / web server, which slow down your website. Below, I’ll teach you how to improve default performance, making your customers loyal to your brand. Continue Reading