Admin User Roles and Permissions in Magento 2.0

Admin User Roles and Permissions in Magento 2.0

Magento permissions are used to create different levels of access to Admin panel. After your store is first installed, you are given all the access information for the Administrator role and you have full permissions. You can change access level for different people who work on your site. Your developers can be given access to only a part of your admin panel. If you would like to give them limited access to Admin panel, you need to change their permissions. In order to do so, you need to create different roles with different levels of access and then assign roles to your admin users. (more…)

How to Add Attributes in Magento 2.0

How to Add Attributes in Magento 2.0

Basically, attribute is a property of the product. You can use it to describe your product for your customers. In Magento 2.0 the functionality to set properties is even more flexible than in its previous versions.

Adding a new attribute in Magento 2.0 is pretty simple. You start by creating a new product or editing an existing one. (more…)

Newsletters in Magento 2.0

Newsletters in Magento 2.0

Newsletter is a mass publication about a topic of interest to subscribers. It is considered as one of the most powerful and affordable marketing tools. In case of Magento Newsletter it is not just affordable, but completely free. If you decided to use it, this article is for you. (more…)

How to Create a Bundle Product in Magento 2.0

How to Create a Bundle Product in Magento 2.0

In order to offer your clients a customizable group of products, you can create a Bundle Product. This is a separate product that consists of several product options. You can sell simple and virtual products as parts of a Bundle Product.

Before creating a Bundle product you need to have at least several options of products from which to create a Bundle.

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How to Create Grouped Products in Magento 2.0

How to Create Grouped Products in Magento 2.0

A grouped product is made of multiple independent products that are presented as a group. Each product in the group can be purchased separately or as a part of the group. Using grouped products you can sell multiple articles as a whole. Let’s say you sell cameras, camera bags and camera stands. You can either sell them separately or present as a group. When you present them as a group, you augment the chance that you will sell all three of the products. (more…)

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