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Site URL: https://www.pennyembroidery.com

Hello!

I have a product that has three variants - tassel colour / fabric colour / product shape.

I would like to list the tassels by amount available (I have one of each), but each of these tassels can be used with any fabric/product shape.  I am running into an issue where SquareSpace is creating 250+ variants due to every single tassel being available on every single fabric.  I would like to create limited stock numbers where once one tassel colour has been used with one fabric then it is gone, but the fabric remains available for all the other tassels.

I'm finding this incredibly hard to explain but i hope it makes sense!  Would be so grateful for some help - my head is spinning trying to figure this out - It feels like it should be more simple than this!

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If you have a limited number of tassels available across many products, you'll only be able to manage the stock level of the tassels if you add them as separate products, not as variants of other products.

For example, you may need a 'call to action' under the main product 'add to cart' button that allows customers to "add a tassle" and then directs them to a page of tassel products they can choose from.

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I also have a similar issue if I"m able to jump onto this thread please.. 

So my client is selling 'bundles' or gift boxes of products. 

As an example, she has 4 x Total Bundles within that, customers can choose variations of flavours of
2 different products, a candle flavour and a cookie flavour. 

She has 2 x of each candle flavour and 5 x of one cookie and 6 x of the other. 

But only 4 Bundles in total so i have set up the product to only allow 4 bundles to be sold.
Which means we aren't using all of the stock on hand for the 2 variations.
I have had to set it as 1 x of each variation. (See attached)

Would I need to redirect my customers the same way as explained above? It just seems a bit clunky to do it that way. 

 

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated! If you need to see the site its:

www.cocoandlen.com.au

password: jesleacreative

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See also this thread:

 

About me: I'm Paul. A SQSP User for 18 yrs, I joined Circle when it launched in 2016 and have been a Circle Leader since 2017. I value honesty, transparency, diversity and good design ♥.
Work: Founder of SF.DIGITAL, providing expertise and extensions to supercharge your Squarespace website. 
Content: Views and opinions are my own. Links in my posts may refer to my own SF.DIGITAL products or may be affiliate links.
Forum advice is free. You can thank me by clicking one of the feedback emojis below. Coffee fuels my work.

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