How to set up ‘Product Variants’? - PledgeBox

How to set up ‘Product Variants’?

PledgeBox surveys can help creators collect variants of products. And the maximum SKU number of a product is 80.

1)Go to ‘Set Up Products’
2)Click on ‘Products’ and open the product edit page
3)On the first page, there is a ‘Variants’ segment at the bottom, click on ‘Yes, I am offering options for this item’
4)Click the ‘Add Variant’ button to create product variants.

Note: maximal variant combination is 80.

5)If the variable selection requires additional charges, please click "Upgradable Variants" to set additional charges.

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