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Managing Product Groups

Efficiently organizing your product catalog is crucial for running a successful online store. In this blog post, we'll walk you through the process of managing product groups on your website, streamlining your inventory management and making it easier for customers to find what they're looking for.

Step 1: Accessing the Admin Area

Begin by logging in to your website's admin area. This is where you have full control over your product catalog and can create and manage product groups.

Step 2: Navigating to Product Group Management

In the admin area, follow these steps to access the product group management section:

  • Products/Catalogue: Click on the "Products/Catalogue" tab.
  • Product Groups: Now, select the "Product Groups" tab to explore your product group management options.

Step 3: Filtering and Sorting Product Groups

Once you're in the product group management section, you have several tools at your disposal:

  • Filter by Name: Easily find specific product groups by using the name filter.
  • Adding New Product Groups: You can create a new product group by clicking the relevant button.
  • Editing or Deleting Groups: Modify or delete existing product groups as needed.

Step 4: Creating or Editing Product Groups

To enhance your inventory organization, you can create or edit product groups:

Product Group Name: Add a new product group or update the name of an existing one.

 Step 5: Assigning Products to Groups

Effectively categorizing products within your groups is crucial for efficient inventory management:

  • Assigned Products Button: Click on this button to assign products from your catalog to the product group.
  • Assigning Products: In the product section, select the product you want to include in the group, then click the "Add" button on the selected product. This product will now appear in the "Assigned Products" section.
  • Removing Products: If needed, you can delete products from the "Assigned Products" section by clicking on the trash bin icon.


By mastering product group management, you can streamline your inventory, making it easier to manage and improving the shopping experience for your customers. With well-organized product groups, your website becomes more user-friendly, and customers can quickly find the products they're interested in. Start optimizing your product group management today to simplify your inventory and enhance your online store.

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