The new version of the WooCommerce plugin is already live! We've introduced dynamic options and added 12 new features to improve your global print experience. Keep reading to learn more about the update.

In the updated version of our plugin for WooCommerce, we have a new feature — Dynamic products.

In short: while enabling product site admin, you can now choose Production option type: DYNAMIC. It allows adding extra options to the existing product like print on the backside of a T-shirt or other features.

At the end of any product configuration page, users should choose Static or Dynamic file uploading (dynamic type allows to upload more files for any chosen option).

How to set up different T-Shirt sizes and make the color a flexible option? 

Step by step walk-through:

Let's take as an example a scenario where you want to offer some of your designs on T-Shirts. To be exact: you want to offer different sizes, three different colors, and your design can be printed only on the front.

Let’s start creating all the simple products you want to offer. Click on “Add New” under the product menu and type in a name, mark the Checkbox, and choose the Gifting category and the “T-Shirt – Men's – Basic – Size L” product.

Then switch on the "Dynamic" option.

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After you've switched to the “Dynamic” option type, you can see all available options of the product.

woocommerce shop_2-1Let’s start with the material section and choose the colors you want to offer. First of all, rename the Option title to “Which color do you want?” and enable Option Values.

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Then select the option the customer can choose from without adding an extra price because the T-Shirts will cost all the same.

If you have a relatively bright design, choose some darker colors and rename the options too.

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Make price checks to verify the cost of the specific option – for example, an additional back or front print.

Also, keep in mind that the base price for a T-Shirt can differ from size S to size XL.

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The customer doesn't have access to choosing print areas, thus, you need to specify exactly one option for each print area.

Notice: if you only choose one option, the whole option will not be displayed on the web shop product site.

You have to select the “Printing Are -Back – none” and the “Printing Area – Front – 14x16inches” options. Renaming options or values isn't compulsory, because they will not be visible on the page or in the cart.

Leave the print file Static. You will provide the print file with your design, so select a file for the upload and set a sales price. Now, you can have a look at your product in your Webshop.

And there you have your first T-Shirt with the selected options, so your customer can choose between 3 colors.

Now, create 3 more sizes that you want to sell in the same way. After that, you should group them.

Let’s say: you created a Size M, XL, and XXL with the same option, but the XXL only in black and blue colors and more expensive by 5$.

Then, you have to group the T-Shirts using the Product Type “Grouped Product.” Go again to “Add new'' Product and create a Product named “T-Shirts – Cloudprinter Logo.”

Change the type to “Grouped Product,” click on Linked Products, and add the T-Shirt Products you created.

T-Shirt - Size M (#394)-1When you publish this Grouped Product, it should look in the shop like this:

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When you select one of these products, the options will appear.

Your customer can now choose the option they want to have and add the product to their cart. 

Sales prices and additional charging for options are working normally.

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