+1 this would be a lot more useful when making decisions
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Name Your Price should also be included in this list.
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Seconded. For example, quantity-based rules might apply to specific users and specific variations. And every time you create a pricing group you must check all the same boxes again. And then, you can change the quantity discount.
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I've been looking at this and while it's straightforward to display the input, so far it has proven difficult to send the price input's data along when WooCommerce adds the item to the cart.
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I agree! Have you tried Subscribe All the Things?
It will allow you to sell subscriptions to a MNM box. Unfortunately, you cannot currently make changes to the box subscription, but that's something we're working on.
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You are able to do this now!
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Randall, MNM supports individual variations, but not variable products. So you can add all the t-shirts variations: ex, Red XL, blue M, etc, but you cannot add the t-shirt and then let the customer choose which size she'd like. The logistics of checking stock in advance would be too difficult.
1. You could create a new product and then set its catalog visibility to hidden. See: https://docs.woothemes.com/document/woocommerce-mix-and-match-products/faq/#section-7
2. Can you clarify? A customer has to define the quantities of the products being added to the container before the container can be purchased.
3. This plugin will allow Mix and Match products to have a minimum and/or maximum quantity instead of a fixed quantity: https://github.com/helgatheviking/woocommerce-mix-and-match-min-max/
4. The thumbnail size defaults to the `shop_thumbnail` size set in the WooCommerce options, but you can adjust the size via the `woocommerce_mnm_product_thumbnail_size` filter.
The `single-product/add-to-cart/mnm.php` and `single-product/mnm/mnm-item.php` templates can be overridden like any WooCommerce template and modified to not use a tabular layout.
Hope that helps!
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Hi Kent, thanks for the feedback. You can customize the front-end display using the templates and/or hooks. Here's an example of how to add the short description just under the product name. Keep in mind the layout is still tabular so long descriptions are going to look bad, but it's an example:
It might actually work fine if you switched to a stacked layout as provided by the following plugin:
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Hi Francesco, I'm not sure I understand what you are describing? Could you elaborate on how this relates to the Name Your Price plugin?
I believe you can already do this with "Order Again" in your account section.
Hi Toni, check out my completed Mix and Match Products extension:
Can you not do this with http://www.woothemes.com/products/measurement-price-calculator/ ?
Do you mean in the admin?
As a follow up, isn't this coming in Composites 3.0?
I would consider building this, but I haven't heard back from the MyECheck group about their API and there are no links on their website.
Could you elaborate on what you mean by allowing customers to build their own bundles? I am working on something that may be relevant.
Surveys have been sent out to the supporters of this ideas to see exactly how they want this implemented.
This is the top idea on this forum: http://ideas.woothemes.com/forums/133476-woocommerce/suggestions/2502035-woocommerce-multi-site-shopping-cart-feature
I thought the Skyverge team was looking at it, but I imagine this would be an enormously difficult undertaking.
@Will - I will think about that for version 2.0. What would you want from the admin side? I'm inclined to think that *technically* you could already do this by checking the item as it is added to the cart and if the price is what you'd like, add something else. So I am guessing what you need/want is an update to the admin to do this automatically.