Add and manage Category Tags

Category tags are useful when you want to organize your products. You can add one or more tags to your product, and you are able to make specific tags for your variants. By doing that you are able to group your products exactly as you want.

 

1. Create and manage Category Tags

You can find all your existing tags on the Category Tags option of the left side menu under Shop. By clicking on top of each tag you'll be able to see to which products that specific tag been added. 

For each tag you add, you can assign it a label for each of the languages that you support on your website. For example, if your website comes in English and Spanish and one of your product categories is bracelets, you can label the tag "Bracelets" in English and "Esposas" in Spanish. In the labels, you can also input special characters and spaces.


1.1. Add Tag

Click the Add Tag button at the bottom of the page to create additional tags.

 

1.2. Delete Tag

To delete a tag, click on the X icon to the far right of the relevant tag.

Deleting tags currently in use

It is not possible to delete tags that are currently in use on one or more of your products. In order to delete the tag, you need to first remove it from any products it's being used on and then delete it from the Category tags list.

 

2. Apply and use Category Tags

Once you have created a tag, you can attach it to a product. This can be done on the product page in the Basic tab. Read more here.

Tags are useful when you are setting up and organizing your Product Catalog. To read more about the Catalog module, click here.

Finally, you can use tags as a filtering parameter on the Filter module. Doing this means that on your published website, visitors can filter the products in your Catalog module based on the tags added to them. 


3. How do tags work?

You can pick which products to show in the catalogue module by entering tags. You may enter as many tags as you want, but be aware that the tags is separated by an "AND" not an "OR" logic. This means that by entering multiple tags you will effectively filter down the selection and number of modules shown - not vice versa.


Example

A shop has 3 products tagged as following:

Product 1 - [tag1],
Product 2 - [tag1], [tag2],
Product 3 - [tag1], [tag2], [tag3]


Also, be aware that products will NOT display in the catalogue module if:

1) The product is set to "HIDDEN"
2) The product is set to '0' in quantity and the out-of-stock behaviour is selected to be hidden

 

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