An Insight Into Attributes In Magento 2 Store

An Insight Into Attributes In Magento 2 Store

On the previous articles, we described currencies, symbols and how to configure them in Magento 2 admin panel. In this series of Magento 2 articles, we will describe details of attributes, product attributes and attribute set, including attribute property descriptions and tutorial on create an attributes set and create a new attribute group.

What are Attributes In Magento 2 store?

Attributes in Magento 2 are pieces of information that display as forms, reports, product reviews, layered navigation, and email messages. Magento manage the information associated with products, customers, and product ratings using attributes. Some attributes are default in Magento system, store owners can create others to address specific needs.

To read more information about creating and managing product attributes, please read these articles:

An Insight Into Products Attributes In Magento 2 Store, including best practice for product attributes in Magento 2, how to add an attribute to a product, list of attribute input types, date time options in attributes.

A Complete Guideline On Attribute Sets In Magento 2 Store, including tutorial on creating an attribute set and creating a new attribute group.

If you want to read more about importing and exporting attributes, please read these chapters:

A Complete Guideline On Data Transfer In Magento 2, including a guideline on working with CSV files, data validation, a progress of import and export data in Magento 2, examples of data transfer, tutorial on importing and exporting configurable products.

Product attributes reference and Customer attribute reference.

Above is a complete manual about attributes in Magento 2 store. We hope that you can understand how do attributes work in default installation, how to configure everything related to attributes and manage attributes’ information. In the next article, we will describe further details about product attributes. Don’t forget to subscribe Magestandard to tracking all informative Magento 2 articles. See you in the next blog post.


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