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Adding collections in your Shopify store is the best way to boost sales. However, some store owners may have trouble figuring out how to use the platform, or they simply don’t have the time or resources. So start increasing your Shopify store’s revenue and begin creating collections with products that your customers love.
By following this step-by-step guide, EcomBack can turn you into a pro. Once our clients read this how-to blog, adding collections will become second nature to them, plus they will easily be able to make more money with just a few clicks!
And if you’re still not sure what to do, contact an EcomBack representative today. We are your Shopify partners and can provide many services to enhance your Shopify store. Don’t hesitate to ask for help! We are the leading Shopify development agency that has all the solutions your e-commerce business needs.
Follow These Steps:
- When you log in to Shopify, you will come across the dashboard/Home page.
- Click on the tab “Products” located on the left-hand side of the page.
- There will then be a tab below it titled “Collections.” Clicking on this will send you to your list of collections and products.
- On the top right, there is a green button labeled “Create Collection.” By clicking this, you will be brought to the drafting stage of the collection creation process.
- There are two types of collections: Manual and Automated.
You can either manually select which products you want in the collection, or the automatic function will add whatever product that matches the set conditions that you have provided.
You can also add as many conditions as you want!
- To set conditions, the first step is to choose from the product’s title, type, vendor, price, tag, weight, comparison price, inventory stock, or the variant product title.
- The next step is selecting from the options like “is equal to,” “is not equal to,” “is greater than,” “is less than,” “starts with,” “ends with,” “contains,” “does not contain,” “is not empty,” or “is empty.”
- The next box allows you to write whatever condition you want.
For example, we wrote, “Product title contains Nike,” which tells the automated feature only to include products with “Nike” in the title.
And there you have it! Wasn’t that easy? We have lots of other tutorials for you to learn all about Shopify’s awesome features.
For more information, visit our Shopify Store Development services main page.