These plugins allow to have a product "linked" with different vendors/retailers. It would be nice to be able to assign a different price for each vendor/retailer for each product, as it may not cost the exact same amount on different sites.
I guess we could use the minimum price of those for the filtering of price, etc.7 votes
For single product listings that have multiple product retailers, it is not possible to list or schedule sale pricing for each option, just the overall price. For those of us who do not offer the product directly, it would be nice to schedule sale prices when affiliates have sales and not have to manually change the price.
It would also be nice if the main price of the product would reflect the lowest price offered either directly or through product retailers.
Would love to have the retailer options change with the variation. For example I sell books and have both physical and ebook versions, but not all retailers carry both.1 vote
aineo Apr 10, 21:05 EDT Why doesn't WooCommerce have optional selection for up-sells/cross-sells based on 'tags'?
Apr 10, 21:05 EDT
Why doesn't WooCommerce have optional selection for up-sells/cross-sells based on 'tags'?
This would eliminate having to go in and type-select individual products.
e.g. a product with an Inspirational tag would automatically link (when selected) to all those products with this same tag.
Up-sells (Search for a product...)
Cross-sells (Search for a product...)
Tags (Link these tags...)1 vote
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I pushed the max linked variations up to 3000 at the time which works well...BUT...now it doesn't stop creating variations so it creates doubles. Does anyone know how to set it back to auto stopping like it did when the 21 max auto setting was still functional ?1 vote
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