Add, edit or remove a variation
Learn how to add, make changes, or remove a variation.
Variations are useful for tracking small differences in your products - you can import these automatically from your sales channels, or alternatively can create these manually when required.
Add a new variation
To add a new Variation:
1. Go to your product page ( How do I find my product page?)
2. Click the Variations tab
3. On the Variations page, click the Add Variation button in the top right hand corner
3. Configure the Variation Attributes you wish to use for this variation. To add a new attribute, click the + Add Attribute link immediately below the selection boxes.
4. Set the Regular Sale Price for this variation. This will be used to calculate pricing guidance and will be automatically populated when you create new Orders for this variation.
5. Click the Save button to create the Variation.
To edit a Variation:
1. Navigate to the Variation's detail page ( How do I find a Variation?)
2. Click on the Edit Details button in the top right-hand corner of the page
Name, SKU, notes and base price can all be edited via this page.
Note: Configured variation attributes cannot be changed - if you need to change the attributes, you'll want to remove this variation and re-add with the correct attributes.
Remove a variation
A Variation can be deleted only if it is not associated with any orders, manufactures or recipes.
To delete a Variation:
1. Navigate to the Variation page ( How do I find a variation page?)
2. Click the ⋮ menu to the left hand side of the variation name
3. In the menu that appears, click the Remove Variation option.
If you would like to remove a variation due to this combination no longer being sold, it is advised that you leave this variation in place as merging, moving or removing data will have an impact on your inventory and costings.
If you would like to remove a variation due to it being a duplicate, this is most likely due to duplicated variation attributes. To fix this issue, review your variation attributes and merge them together where necessary. Variations will in this case be automatically merged together as part of this process.