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Filtering Woocommerce Products using Store Product Filter

For the filter Store Product, the field name is provided. There are few types of setup lists. Below are the examples:

1. Brand Filter

To include the filter, you need to select Equal to. Basically, this will enable the brand filter from your store. This will optimize your search in your Shopify store.

For example:

(a) To add a single brand (Vendora)

(b) To add multiple brand (Vendora, Colo)

(c) To add brand with a comma in the name (ABC, Ltd)

(d) To add combination brand (Colo, ABC, Ltd) - Colo, "ABC, Ltd"

To exclude the filter, you need to select Not Equal to. In other words, it is the reverse of the include.

For example: If you have 10 brands and you want to include 9 brands. Instead of doing that, you could easily exclude just 1 of them which is much simpler. The way to use it is similar to include as well.

Another important thing to remember is to ensure that you have brand attributes. You can only filter using the attribute and not use meta_data as a brand filter. Please create as an attribute.

2. Tags Filer

This will include/exclude the tags for certain products from your store. It is a drop down field, the option is available as the corresponding tags.

3. Category Filter

This will enable the Category filter from your store. It is a drop-down field, this option is available as the corresponding category name.

4. SKU (Variant's SKU) Filter

This is a more specific filter that includes or excludes any SKU that you input in the field. Separated by a comma supports multiple values. SKU Filter doesn't support any wildcard but its supports REGEX.

For example:

(a) To include the SKU begins with ABC. For example, ABC-123, ABC134, ABC145, ABC-765 can use as ^ABC

(b) To exclude the SKU ends with 123. For example, ABC123, CDE123, GFR123, TUY123 can use as 123$

Updated on: 03/04/2024

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