It would be nice to be able to have conditional attributes (i.e. dropdowns that appear based on previous dropdowns. Another example : say you have a product that can be manually operated or have a motor as an option, but you have have multiple types of motors. If Operation Type: Motorized is selected then the Motor Type: drop box selection appears.
Mithu A Quayium commented
This plugin could be okay for this.
We need it!!!
Fawad Tmr commented
Need this too
Poor Boy commented
Time to leave from Woocommerce. Even after 5 years there is no solution for one of the most asked feature which must be on a ecommerce platform.
The alternative: https://wordpress.org/plugins/uni-woo-custom-product-options/ This plugin has such feature for its custom options.
This feature would allow for Annual/Monthly subscription Variations to have their own uniquely priced options! For instance... you had Variations for Monthly and Annual... but you need options for number of users (I want the 20 User Annual Subscription)
Upside Web Design commented
I could really benefit from this too. Have a printing site that has plastic cards, regular 16pt cards, and linen cards. Plastic and regular can have uv coating but linen cannot. Regular cards and plastic cards have a different set of finishes. For regular cards they can be silk, matte, or gloss. Plastic is solid, clear or frosted.
I can make individual products for each card type with variations specific to that type of card. However it would be nice to be able to have all "business cards" as one product with options based on conditional logic.
Any alternate to this ?
seriously there doesn't exists any plugin that supports this? :O
wow....4 years and we still don't have it :-(
The ability to apply conditional logic to Attributes would be great - its pretty much a basic functionality for an ecommerce site.
Yes.. Need this badly!
Michael Fischer commented
This would be so awesome, what do we have to do to get this?!