Bulk edit price for variable products
It should be possible to bulk edit price for multiple variable products.
Currently this is impossible and does not make any sense, because using any kind of product parameter basically renders you unable to use bulk edit feature, which basically means that if you are having a sale you have to manually edit all of your products, which is a tedious task for larger shops.
This plugin does the job -> https://elextensions.com/plugin/bulk-edit-products-prices-attributes-for-woocommerce/
Christopher Clark commented
I've been looking for a fix to the same problem myself. I'd like to add a price to each of the terms of an attribute. I'm making custom oil paintings, and each size will have its own price. My attribute is "size", and each of the terms are "11x14 inches", "16x20 inches", 18x24 inches", etc. When I add a new product, I add all these attributes as product variations, but then have to manually add the price to each variation. It's a step I could avoid if the attribute terms already had prices set in them.
Plus, then I could update them all globally by changing the price in the original attribute, and it would update every single product. Otherwise, I have to go to each product and manually update the price of each product variation, and it will take days just to do one price update (which would take seconds if I could change it in the attribute window).
I've seen this request several times now, has anyone found a solution for it?
There is one here that has been completed:
Daniel Collin commented
I would really love to see this. Running variable products is simply impossible at the moment because of the amount of effort I have to put down adjusting prices on every single item.
I agree, now we can only bulk edit prices of non variable products. We need one that makes it possible to edit them with variation in bulk. like add sale price to the whole cluster.
For now I only seem to find one extention of a third party that offers this "Woocommerce Bulk variations manager" but seems to me this should be standard in Woocommerce?
i am currently developing an add-on for woocommerce to add this functionality, i will let you know when it is complete