In this article, BSSCommerce will guide you to change some common settings of the order grid layout in Magento 2 stores such as the selection of columns, how to a column, or to change the view.
When you browse to the orders workspace, you can see all current orders of your Magento 2 store listed in a grid. Each row in the grid acts for a specific order, and each data field in one column represents an attribute of that order. Normally, the Magento default allows only nine over twenty columns to be displayed in the grid. As a powerful open source eCommerce platform, Magento allows users to change the selection of columns and their order in the grid to store owners’ preference. The new layout is then saved as a grid “view.”
To change the columns selection:
- Open the Order workspace. Click the Column control button in the upper-right corner to see all the columns that are available to you (you may need to scroll down to see the whole items).
- Mark all the checkbox of the columns that you want to display them on the Order grid.
- Make sure that the remainders are unmarked so as to avoid any confused arrangement.
To rearrange a column:
- Tap and hold the very beginning of the column you want to move.
- Move the column to the new position and drag it there.
- Do the same to other column if needed.
To save a grid view after finishing the changes
- In the upper-right corner, tap the View control button (an eye symbol) then click Save current view.
- Type a name for the current view and click the arrow icon to save all the settings. The name you just enter now appears as the current view.
To change the view
- Click the View control button and do one of two actions below:
- To use a different view, select the name of the available view that you want to change to.
- To change the name of the current view, tap the Edit () icon. Then, update the name as needed.
Now you have all the instructions to change the Order Grid Layout in your Magento 2 store. Don’t hesitate to add a comment to help us improve Magento even more.
This article today will help you answer questions relating to store locale in Magento 2: What is Locale Options? How to Set Locale Options in backend?
What is Locale Options?
Language, country, tax rate and other settings utilized throughout the store are shown in the locale section. The locale options allow admin to set the time zone and language used for each store. Moreover, you can also determine the days of the work week in your area including first day of week and weekend days.
How to Configure the Store Locale
You can follow this instruction to set your own store locale
- Choose Stores on the Admin Sidebar -> Select Configuration under Settings.
- Under General in the left panel, tap General.
- Widen the Locale Options part.
- Choose your Timezone from the list and do the following:
- Locale: Select the appropriate store language among existing choices.
- Weight Unit: Set the unit of measurement that is commonly used for shipments from your locale. There are 2 options for you: pounds (lbs) or kilograms (kgs).
- First Day of the Week: Customize the day that is known as the first day of the week in your area.
- Weekend Days: Choose the days which fall on a weekend in your locale. (To select many options, hold down the Ctrl (PC) or Command (Mac) key).
- Click Save Config to finish all steps.
Provided above is the overall view and instruction about setting locale options in Magento 2. Please feel free to contact us if you have any query and don’t forget to follow other articles to receive more interesting details about Magento 2.
After setting all the basic information for a product in Magento 2 store, it is necessary to identify the place where that item is put on. It is the Product in Websites section that allows you to specify the website that a product is available on. First of all, you need to understand the store hierarchy – a graphic map that includes a main website, store, and store view – so that the product is addressed exactly to your expectation.
To copy an existing product to a different website, do the following steps:
- Sign in with your admin account. On the Admin sidebar, tap Products.
- Next click Catalog under Inventory. In the product grid, tap the Edit link of the product that you want to copy to another website.
- Scroll down to the Product in Websites section. Click the arrow button to expand it.
- A list of Store websites is displayed for you. Mark the checkbox of any website that you want to copy the product to. If there is only one website available, it is automatically marked by default.
- Next, select the Store View from which the product is to be copied.
- When complete, tap Save.
- After that, return to the product record and change the Store View chooser into the store view that the product was copied to. When finishing this scope switching step, tap OK.
- Because the currency is set to be different based on “website” scope, it is necessary to change the product price. Enter the Price of the product for the new store view.
- Finally, click Save to confirm the changes.
Above are 9 steps to copy a product to a different website of your Magento 2 stores. Now go to your store’s backend mode and practice yourself and don’t forget to follow us for more useful Magento 2 tutorial articles.
Customizable options in Magento 2 are the selections that are added to a product other than its basic properties. For example, you can add a set of options like Household, Adult, Senior, Student as a membership type of your yoga class. Because these customizable options are based on a single SKU, it is a good solution only if your stock management is simple.
To create customizable options:
- Open the product that you want to add customizable options to in its edit mode.
- Move downward to the Customizable Options section and expand it. Then tap the Add Option button.
3. Under the New Option bar, fill in the following fields:
- Option Title: Enter a name for the option
- Option Type: Set a type for data entry. There are four types available: Text, File, Select, and Date.
- Required checkbox: If the option is needed to purchase the product, mark the checkbox. Otherwise, clear it.
- Next, tap Add Value button to create the values for the options.
- Title: Enter the title of each variation of the option. As in the previous example, they are set to Household, Adult, Senior, and Student.
- Price: Enter the additional fee from the base product price that applies to this option.
- Price type: The price of the variation differs from the price of the base product by a fixed monetary amount, such as $1, or by a percentage such as 5%.
- SKU: Enter a suffix for each variation to the original SKU.
- You can change the order of each option by holding the Change Order icon of an option and move it to wherever you want.
6. Repeat the actions to add other options.
7. When finished, tap Save to confirm the settings.
In case you want to set the same options for multiple products, you can use the Import Options function in the Customizable Options section:
- Do the same as the first two steps above. Instead of tapping the Add Option button, choose the Import Options next to it.
- A grid including all the customizable options is then displayed on your screen. Mark the checkbox of the product with the options that you want to import to the current product.
- After that, click Import.
- You can continue to add other custom options or tap Save and close the settings.
Those are the steps to add customizable options to a product in Magento 2. Now, go to the backend of your store and practice more to master the function.
In the previous articles, we gave you some explanation about configuration in store details section of Magento 2. To continue providing other details about basic configuration, this article today will show you a quick introduction of merchant location in Magento 2.
What is Merchant Location?
Merchants are known as the wholesalers or retailers who may purchase goods from other sources for the purpose of resale to anyone to make profit. In Magento 2, configuring the merchant locale is the first step for setting payment methods. After that, you can customize payment methods as wish by expanding provided selections. If no value is entered into the merchant location part, the default country setting from general configuration is utilized.
Configure the Merchant Locale
You can easily set the merchant position by following this instruction:
- Select Stores on the Admin sidebar -> Tap Configuration under Settings.
- Choose Sales in the left panel -> Scroll down and select Payment Methods section.
- Widen the Merchant Location area and then choose any country as your Merchant Country from the existing list.
- Click Save Config to finish all steps.
Provided above is the quick introduction of merchant location in Magento 2. We hope that you can get useful information about the merchant locale section in this article. If you have any question about merchant location or any topics relating to Magento 2, please feel free to contact us. Lastly, don’t forget to share and follow our site to receive more interesting articles.