Magento & Ecommerce Blog - Ulmod

  1. How To Display Magento 2 Configurable Products On Matrix/Grid Table?
    September 23, 2019

    An improved shopping experience increases customer satisfaction and sales. Wholesalers often purchase in a large number of configurable products, and they do not want to buy one by one because of wasting a lot of time and effort.

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  2. Magento 2 Order Comment Before and After Checkout
    September 16, 2019

    The order notes/comments are vital in ecommerce stores. It is used to stores into the system a history of communications between buyer and CS agent, requests, or complaints coming from the buyer.

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  3. How to Export and Import Orders In Magento 2?
    September 09, 2019

    Doing data transfer on ecommerce sites is needed. Orders imports and export is vital and useful for the online store as they allow store owners to transfer data among stores and get the data back up.

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  4. How To Change Order, Invoice, Shipment and Credit Memo Numbers In Magento 2?
    September 02, 2019

    Order management is an important part of the sales lifecycle for any e-commerce business. Store owners generally want to customize order, invoice, shipping, or credit memo IDs to be different than what Magento 2 generates by default. As these default IDs sometimes fail to address store owners' needs, being too long, too short, lacking informational value, or might have an existing format that does not meet their business requirements.

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  5. The Advantages of Magento 2 Social Login For Your Ecommerce Business
    August 29, 2019

    For many eCommerce businesses, users wish to have a social login option, so they quickly and easily login to the website. Social logins enable users to login without needing to remember so many passwords.

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  6. The Advantages of Magento 2 Store Locator Extension For Your Online Store
    August 21, 2019

    Experienced retailers knows that management is quintessential to turning a profit over; the only difference between a regular hardware shop and your uncle’s old tool shed, in the end, is just management.

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