Using E-Commerce Dashboard

E-Commerce Dashboard

  • Products
    • You’ll notice that there is already a product, “T-shirt,” in the store. This is an example product to show you some of the features of the E-commerce dashboard. Don’t worry—it won’t appear on your website unless you specifically place it there (more on that later).
    • Create a New Product – click “Create a new product” on the right
      • Give your product a name and a unique SKU, and click “Continue.” (Note: an SKU is a product identification number to keep track of which products are being sold)
      • In the box on the left, set a price for the product. If you wish to change the currency, you can click “Wizard” at the top right and you’ll be taken back to the first page to edit the initial settings for the store.
      • Add a short and long description for your product.
      • Options
        • Click “add a product option” to add options for your product, like size or color.
        • Give the option a label: color, size, etc.
        • After you create an option label, you can add actual option values (e.g. small, medium, large). You can also add a price increase for the option values if you’d like.
        • Make sure you press ‘Enter’ to save!
      • Add photo(s) for the product. Make sure the photos make it very clear what the customer is ordering!
    • In the second tab, “Orders,” you can track and manage the status of current and past orders from your online store.
    • Under “Discounts,” create discount codes that you can use in marketing campaigns. You can set the name, description, and magnitude of the discount. At checkout, customers will be asked if they would like to use a discount code.
    • The tab “Pages” is where you activate the store for your desired page(s).
    • The tab “Settings” is where you can update the initial payment and checkout settings you created when you set up the store. The only new feature here is delivery settings.
      • Delivery settings – add Delivery options for your customers to choose from, with a cost to each. Note that adding it here does not change anything about the actual delivery of the product—it merely gives customers an option at checkout. You are responsible for shipping and delivering your own products, so please make sure your delivery settings are accurate with what your organization is capable of.
    • “Wizard” – this tab allows you to return to and edit the initial settings for your store.
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