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Hi there, I’m setting up a manual price sheet for a sale I’m about to launch for past clients (gotta try and generate some extra income while we have NO shoot income at the moment).

I have 6 different print sizes and I want to offer 6 different wood finishes / colours for the frames, for each print size.

 

Is this possible without having to create a separate listing for every frame size and finish? So I would have 6 print sizes. Then 6 frame colours / finishes and you can choose your frame size from a drop down list or something?

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Best answer by Megan 8 October 2020, 00:19

Hi @MeganGardner! Yes, there is a way to do this.  It doesn’t give you a variation drop-down, but it does display all of the frame options. On your Price Sheet, on the left hand side, you’ll see Item Groups. Add a new group here, and bear in mind that what you name it will be visible to your customers. For this example, I created a new group called “Framed Prints”

 

Once you have the group created, click into it, and then click “Add Self-Fulfilled Item” in the top right corner. Here’s where you’ll create your item variants. In the menu that slides out, create your first item, following the format shown here (but using your frame size and colors). Then, click Duplicate Item and change the Item Name. Repeat this until you have all 6 for that size. Repeat this process with all of your items. 

Once you have them created, you’ll see them listed like this:

I highly recommend adding descriptions to your items- this will serve as a sales tool when your clients are considering their options. I’ll show you an example of mine further down. Please note that these are quick examples I’ve created, and not necessarily reflective of recommended pricing. 

Assign this price sheet to a test gallery and go check it out. What you should get is a new Item Group (Framed Prints) with a list of sizes. 

 

Clicking into one of the frame sizes you’ll see the frame options, and then you’ll see your item listing. As I mentioned above, the description is a great place to sell, and you can see an example of that below. I hope this helps give the outcome you’re looking for! If you haven’t seen it already,  check out this webinar to learn how to leverage ShootProof Email Campaigns to get these awesome offerings in front of your clients! Let me know if this was what you were looking for!

 

 

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Hi @MeganGardner! Yes, there is a way to do this.  It doesn’t give you a variation drop-down, but it does display all of the frame options. On your Price Sheet, on the left hand side, you’ll see Item Groups. Add a new group here, and bear in mind that what you name it will be visible to your customers. For this example, I created a new group called “Framed Prints”

 

Once you have the group created, click into it, and then click “Add Self-Fulfilled Item” in the top right corner. Here’s where you’ll create your item variants. In the menu that slides out, create your first item, following the format shown here (but using your frame size and colors). Then, click Duplicate Item and change the Item Name. Repeat this until you have all 6 for that size. Repeat this process with all of your items. 

Once you have them created, you’ll see them listed like this:

I highly recommend adding descriptions to your items- this will serve as a sales tool when your clients are considering their options. I’ll show you an example of mine further down. Please note that these are quick examples I’ve created, and not necessarily reflective of recommended pricing. 

Assign this price sheet to a test gallery and go check it out. What you should get is a new Item Group (Framed Prints) with a list of sizes. 

 

Clicking into one of the frame sizes you’ll see the frame options, and then you’ll see your item listing. As I mentioned above, the description is a great place to sell, and you can see an example of that below. I hope this helps give the outcome you’re looking for! If you haven’t seen it already,  check out this webinar to learn how to leverage ShootProof Email Campaigns to get these awesome offerings in front of your clients! Let me know if this was what you were looking for!

 

 

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Wow, thank you so much for this! Really appreciate your detailed instructions. Awesome!!

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Hi again Megan, i really like how you have listed the completed frame size instead of the print size. Is there a way I can edit this heading and change it to completed frame size instead of print size (which it;s currently set at)?

 

 

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Hey @MeganGardner ! All I did was ensure the frame size was what I entered for the item as I was creating it. There isn’t a way to edit it once it’s created, you’ll need to just create new listings with the correct sizes. 

Also, I know you didn’t ask for this advice, but since we’re here and talking about it, I thought I’d add something else - in addition to a description, item photos go a LONG WAY in helping sell online. Check out this blog that shows how Twig & Olive set up their item descriptions with images to help sell!  

I really want to hear how this works out for you!! Keep me in the loop!!

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