A product packageCommerce: a unit that contains multiple products or variants, with a single unique pricing for the entire package; comparable to an individual SKU because the package item must be purchased as a whole (such as a computer system). contains multiple productCommerce: various forms of merchandise that you can display and purchase from the public site, including products, variations/SKUs, bundles, packages and dynamic packages.s or variantCommerce: a variant or SKU corresponds to a specific type of product with specific characteristics. For example, a product line of shirts have individual variations/SKUs that include size, color, and collar size.s, with a single unique pricing for the entire package, whereas a product bundleCommerce: a collection of variations and SKUs that let customers purchase two or more items at once. is a collection of variants with individual pricing, allowing customers to purchase two or more items at once.
The Package Entries tab shows entries that are included in the package.
- Click Edit entries to edit the information.
- Click Add Entry to add an entry to the package. You can also drag an entry from the Assets pane.
- Click Manage Entry Groups to add package groups to associate packages with. The same groups are available for bundles.
- Click Back in the upper notification bar to return the package you were working with.
The Bundle Entries tab shows entries that are included in the bundle. You can associate bundle entries with groups the same as packages.
- Edit entries. Select to edit the information.
- Add Entry. Select to add an entry to the bundle. You can also drag an entry from the Assets pane.
- Pricing tab. This tab is only available for packages because you can set unique pricing only for packages and not bundles. It shows the pricing for that particular package for your different markets and customer groups. Click Edit prices to compare and edit the price for the package. See Managing pricing for information about editing prices.
- Inventory tab. Shows inventory status information for packages, which is often retrieved from external systems. A package has inventory information attached, which a bundle does not have. See Editing products and variants for information about working with inventory information.
- Assets tab. Just like products and variants (SKUStock Keeping Unit; corresponds to a specific type of product with specific characteristics. For example, a product line of shirts have individual variations/SKUs that include size, color, and collar size.s), packages and bundles can have associated assets such as images and documents. Add media files of your choice by dragging items from assets pane into the assets area of the package or bundle, or click Add. See Assets for information about working with assets.
- Belongs To and Related Entries. Packages and bundles also can belong to and have relations to other categories, products or variants in the catalog. See Editing products and variants for information about editing categories and relations.
When you delete a package or bundle, the item is deleted and all links from related products and variants to the current package or bundle are removed.
You cannot recover a package or bundle entry after you delete it.
- To delete a package or bundle, click Delete from the context menu for the item in the item listing, and click OK to confirm the deletion.
- To delete multiple catalog entries at the same time, select the entries in the item list and click Delete.