How to add WooCommerce extra product options
Do you want to add extra product options to WooCommerce? This short video quickly shows you how to add different fields like text inputs, textarea, checkboxes, select dropdowns, file uploads and even ‘name your price’ fields.
Using the Product Extras for WooCommerce plugin featured in this video, you can let your customers personalize your WooCommerce products with extra product options. You can add as many fields as you like, and even use conditional logic to decide when certain fields should be displayed.
Product Extras lets you add parameters to your WooCommerce extra product options, like price so that you can charge for each personalized element. Text fields allow you to charge per character - so you can charge for personalized messages according to how long they are.
Each field can be specified as required, if you wish.
This is an ideal plugin if you want your customers to be able to customize products - for example, by adding personalized messages for engravings, gift messages, uploading images to be printed, sending customized greetings cards.
Fields are organized into groups, allowing you to segment your extra product options in any way you wish. The conditional logic means that you can keep fields hidden unless the customers chooses a certain option or enters specific information in one or more fields.
Watch the video to see exactly how easy it is to add extra fields or follow these simple steps:
- Install and activate Product Extras for WooCommerce
- Add a new product
- Click onto the Product Extras tab
- Add a new group and give it a title if you wish
- Add a new field and choose from one of the available field types
- Enter optional field title, price, and other parameters
- Publish and preview
You can add as many product options to each product as you like.
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