Set GTIN as a field like/next to SKU
GTIN is a must have Field for every single product, and of course for each variation. Ull ned it for almost every market place or pricing websites.
GTIN is a international identifier for products and it is not an attribute.
This is vital for any WooCommerce user wanting to create shops on social media sites like Facebook & Instagram, I'm baffled as to why it is not a feature already. Pretty please include it in your next update!
Konstantinos Chalakatevakis commented
is there any development in this case? since it is that vital.
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Sure this field should be added. TKS
Jakub Matej commented
GTIN / EAN + schema markup should be part of core woocommerce
gtin, brand + schema markup is vital for a webshop
Emanuela Castorina commented
I suggest you this free plugin:
Product GTIN (EAN, UPC, ISBN) for WooCommerce (https://wordpress.org/plugins/product-gtin-ean-upc-isbn-for-woocommerce/) that lets you set the GTIN (Global Trade Item Number) for each product of your shop.
Luke Cavanagh commented
Michael Jäkel commented
This feature is urgently needed. Like SKU the EAN / GTIN code information is important for our internals (warehouse / ordering) AND external (google shopping) workflows.
EAN / GTIN information should be entered and displayed like SKU.
Every product and every variant (if any) do have a unique SKU and should get an unique GTIN/EAN code too.
Bradley Davis commented
Can you provide details on how/where this GTIN should be used or displayed?