In previous lesson, we provide some basic knowledge about using product dashboard. Today we are going to higher level of using product dashboard with Advanced Product Settings. To access Advanced Product Settings, click on your product or create a new one, a drop-down Advanced Settings menu will appear on the left.

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Advanced Pricing

The Advanced Pricing settings are used to define the conditions for special pricing based on customer group and website, and for quantity discount tier pricing.

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Special Price Offer a discounted price during the time period defined by the From/To dates.

In the storefront when a special price is available, the retail price is crossed out and the special price appears below in large, bold text.

Special Price From Date Set the first date the Special Price is available. You can either enter the date or select it from the calendar.
Special Price To Date Set the last date the Special Price is available. You can either enter the date or select it from the calendar.
Cost The actual cost of the item.
Tier Price Offer a quantity discount to members of a specific customer group and website. Options include:
Website Identify a specific website where the tier price rule applies.
Customer Group Identify a specific customer group that qualifies to receive the tier price discount.
Quantity
(Required) The quantity that must be purchased to receive the tier price.
Item Price
(Required) The discounted product price for the quantity purchased.
Action Deletes the current tier price rule.

Special Price

To offer a special price, enter the discounted price and the dates when the special price is in effect. The special price appears instead of the regular price, followed by “was” (previous price).

To apply special price:

Step 1Go to Advanced Pricing.

Step 2Enter the amount of the Special Price. To establish when the special price is in effect, use the Calendar button to the right of each field to enter the Special Price From and Special Price To dates.

Step 3Tap Done. Then, tap Save.

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Tier Price

Tier pricing lets you offer a quantity discount from the catalog list and product detail pages. The discount can be applied to a specific store view or customer group.

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For example, in the picture above, the regular price of product is $7. The product page calculates the quantity discount and displays a message such as: “Buy 3 for $5.00 each and save 29%”.

To set up a tier price:

Step 1Go to Advanced Pricing.

Step 2In the Tier Price section, tap Add. Then, do the following:

1, If your store has multiple websites, choose the Website where the tier pricing applies.

2, If applicable, choose the Customer Group to receive the discount.

3, In the Quantity field, enter the quantity that must be ordered to receive the tier price.

4, In the Item Price field, enter the adjusted price of the item.
To apply the same tier to more than one group, create a separate tier for each group, but with the same quantity and Price information. To add another group price, tap  Add and repeat the previous steps.

Step 3Tap Done. Then, tap Save.

Manufacturer’s suggested retail price (Minimum Advertised Price)

Merchants are sometimes prohibited from displaying a price that is lower than the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP). Magento’s Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) gives you the ability to remain in compliance with the manufacturer’s requirements while offering your customers a better price. Because requirements differ from one manufacturer to another, you can configure your store to prevent the display of your actual price on pages where it is not allowed to appear according to the terms of the manufacture.

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To apply Minimum Advertised Price:

Step 1In menu sidebar, go to Stores > Configuration > Sales > Sales > Minimum Advertised Price > Enable MAP > Yes.

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Step 2Go to Advanced Pricing.

Step 3Set a value for the “Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price” field.

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Step 4Tap Done. Then, tap Save.

Advanced Inventory

Each product in your catalog has both a short and long version of the Advanced Inventory options, depending on whether you want to manage stock for the product. The long form appears when Manage Stock is set to “Yes”.

Without Stock Management

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FIELD SCOPE DESCRIPTION
Manage Stock Global Determine if inventory control is used to manage this product in your catalog. Option: Yes/No.
Minimum Quantity Allowed in Shopping Cart Global Determine the minimum number of the product that can be purchased in a single order.
Maximum Quantity Allowed in Shopping Cart Global Determine the maximum number of the product that can be purchased in a single order.
Enable Quantity Increments Global Determine if the product can be sold in quantity increments. Option: Yes/No.
Quantity Increments Global Enter the number of products that must be purchased at the same time. For example, if set to 6, the customer must purchase a quantity of 6, 12, 18, and so on.

When a product is sold in quantity increments, the number appears in the upper-right corner, next to the shopping cart link. If the customer tries to purchase the product in any other quantity, a message will appear in the shopping cart.

With Stock Management

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FIELD SCOPE DESCRIPTION
Manage Stock Global Determine if Inventory control is used to manage this product in your catalog. There are 2 Options:
Yes Display the long form with all stock management options.
No Display the short form without stock management options.
Quantity Global The quantity of the item that is currently in stock.
Quantity for Item’s Status to Become Out of Stock Global Determine the stock level at which a product is considered to be out of stock.
Minimum Quantity Allowed in Shopping Cart Global Determine the minimum number of the product that can be purchased in a single order.
Maximum Quantity Allowed in Shopping Cart Global Determine the maximum number of the product that can be purchased in a single order.
Quantity Uses Decimals Global Determine if customers can use a decimal value rather than a whole number when entering the quantity ordered. Options:
Yes Permit values to be entered as decimals, rather than whole numbers, which is suitable for products sold by weight, volume or length.
No Require quantity values to be entered as whole numbers.
Can be Divided into Multiple Boxes for Shipping Global Determine if parts of the product can be shipped separately. Options: Yes / No
Backorders Global Determine how backorders are managed. Backorders do not change the processing status of the order. Funds are still authorized or captured immediately when the order is placed, regardless of whether the product is in stock. Products are shipped as they become available. Options:
No Backorders Do not accept backorders when product is out of stock.
Allow Quantity Below 0 Accept backorders when the quantity falls below zero.
Allow Quantity Below 0 and Notify Customer Accept backorders when the quantity falls below zero, but notifies customers that orders can still be placed.
Notify for Quantity Below Global Determine the stock level at which notification is sent that the inventory has fallen below the threshold.
Enable Quantity Increments Global Determine if the product can be sold in quantity increments. Options: Yes / No
Stock Availability Global Determine the current availability of the product. Options:
In Stock Make the product available for purchase.
Out of Stock Unless Backorders are activated, prevent the product from being available for purchase and remove the listing from the catalog.

Related Products

Related products are meant to be purchased in addition to the item the customer is viewing. The customer can place the item in the shopping cart by simply clicking the checkbox. The placement of the Related Products block varies according to theme and page layout. In the example below, it appears at the bottom of the Product View page. With a 2 column layout, the Related Product block often appears in the right sidebar.

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To setup Related Products Setting:

Step 1Create a new product or edit product then go to Advanced Setting > Related Products.

Step 2Use the filter controls to find the products that you want. In the list, mark the checkbox of any product you want to feature as a related product.

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Step 3Tap Add Selected Product, then Save.

Up-sells

Up-sell products are items that your customer might prefer instead of the product currently considered. An item offered as an up-sell might be of a higher quality, more popular, or have better profit margin. Up-sell products appear on the product page under a heading such as, “You may also be interested in the following product”

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To setup Up-sells Setting:

Step 1Create a new product or edit product then go to Advanced Setting > Up-sells.

Step 2Use the filter controls to find the products that you want. In the list, mark the checkbox of any product you want to feature as an up-sell product.

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Step 3Tap Add Selected Product, then Save.

Cross-sells

Cross-sell items are similar to impulse purchases positioned next to the cash register in the checkout line. Products offered as a cross-sell appear on the shopping cart page, just before the customer begins the checkout process.

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To setup Cross-sells Setting:

Step 1Create a new product or edit product then go to Advanced SettingCross-sells.

Step 2Use the filter controls to find the products that you want. In the list, mark the checkbox of any product you want to feature as a cross-sell product.

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Step 3Tap Add Selected Product, then Save.

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