How to Create Configurable Product in Magento 2?

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  • August 24, 2017
How to Create Configurable Product in Magento 2

The configurable product is one of the out-of-the-box features of Magento 2. Owing to this useful feature, a store owner can allow customers to adjust the purchase by customizing or selecting the options available, such as size, colors, etc. Moreover, store owners can set different prices on the basis of each such option.

Setting up configurable products in Magento 2 is a long process, but once created successfully, these products can save a store owner’s time in the long run.

In this post we have covered all about the creation of configurable products in Magento 2 to help you grow your online business.

Follow the simple steps mentioned below and you’ll be able to create configurable products in no time:

Add Attribute

1. Let’s first begin with the adding of attribute. Go to your store Admin Panel and navigate to STORES → Product.

Stores Products

2. Now click on Add New Attribute.

Add Product Attributes

3. Enter “Attribute Properties” details under “ATTRIBUTE INFORMATION”. Type “Size” in “Default Label” field box. Choose “Dropdown” for “Catalog Input Type for Store Owner” and opt for “Yes” for “Values Required” field.

New Product Attribute

4. Now is the time to configure a product based on your option selection. Here we’re configuring the product based on “Size” (Xl & XXL). It totally depends upon you to add more via “Add Option”.

Manage Options

5. Now navigate to “Advanced Attribute Properties” section and type “Size” in the “Attribute Code” and choose “Global” from the dropdown of “Scope”. Now, you can handle it in tune with your requirements.

Advanced Attribute

6. Tap the “Storefront Properties” from the left menu of the page under “ATTRIBUTE INFORMATION” and manage it according to your needs.

Stores front properties

7. Look at the top left of the page and click on “Save Attribute” field box.

Save Attributes

Add Attribute Set

1. Click on the “Attribute Set” under “STORES”

Add Attribute Set

2. Tap the “Add Attribute Set”

Attributes Sets

3. Now fill the “Name” of Attribute and tap the “Save” option.

New Attribute Set

4. Now is the time to drag the size from non-allocated attribute to Product Details and tap the “Save” option.

Size

Adding Simple & Configurable Products

1. Click on “Catalog” under “PRODUCTS”

Product Catalog

2. Now expand “Add Product” drop down and select “Simple Product”.

Simple Product

3. Click on “Attribute Set” dropdown and select “size”. Now fill all other required data. Ensure you have selected “Not Visible Individually” by expanding “Visibility” dropdown. Also, choose “size” by clicking on the dropdown of “Color”.

New Product Added

4. Tap the “Save” option on the top left of the page.

Click on Save

5. Now select “Configurable Product” from “Add Product” dropdown.

Configurable Product

6. Opt for “Size” from the dropdown of “Attribute Set” and fill all the essential details.

New Products 2

7. Now proceed to the next section, i.e., Configuration section. “Add Product Manually” is not the default feature of Magento 2, so you need to first begin with “Create Configuration”. Click on it and perform the next steps.

8. As you click on “Create Configuration”, it displays a popup as shown below:

Create Configuration

9. Now, you need to select attributes by marking the checkbox of required attribute that you want to set. However, if there is a need to add a new attribute, you can go for “Create New Attribute” and then “Save Attribute” after finishing with attributes properties. Then you can proceed to that attribute selection by marking the checkbox.

Select Attributes

10. Look at the upper-right corner and click on “Next”.

New Product

11. “Attribute Values” is the next step waiting for you. Now enter the attribute value. You can select each variation of product via marking the checkbox. Even you can also add a new value via “Create New Value” option. It requires you to fill the value of new input and tap the Enter arrow. Perform similarly with each attribute you have pre-selected. Moreover, you can rearrange the order of attributes by just dragging or dropping.

Attribute Values

12. Again, look at the upper-right corner and click on “Next”.

13. Now configure the images, prices and quantity in tune with your requirements. “Images”, “Price” and “Quantity” – each comes with three options as shown below:

Bulk Images & Prices

14. Choose only one option for each “Images”, “Price” and “Quantity” as per your requirement. You can select the same or different setting or even skip the setting for all three options for now.

Note: If you skip the setting for all three options and proceed to the next step, it will create a Virtual product.

15. Again, look at the upper-right corner and tap the “Next”.

16. Now, you will proceed to the next step, i.e., “Summary”

Summary

17. Now again tap the “Next” option locating at the upper-right corner.

18. As you come out of summary section, you will be landing on “Configuration” section again. Here now you can remove such already created products (it depends upon your choice) to go for “Add Products Manually” option. If you want to do so, tap the “Remove Product”. As soon as you remove the product, you will be able to see “Add Products Manually” option.

Remove Product

19. Now, you can tap the “Add Products Manually” option to utilize it.

Add Product Manually

20. Mark the checkbox of simple products that you have added and tap the “Done” option.

simple products

21. Now tap the “Save” option from the top-right corner (Adjacent to “Add Attribute” button) of the page.

Save

22. Open your configuration product front page. Here you can notice the updated result as shown in the following screenshot:

product front page

In case, if you require to customize any things on your Magento 2 based online store, kindly feel free to contact us at [email protected] Our Magento certified solutions specialists and developers are ready to serve you. Moreover, you can get more details about our Magento 2 services here: http://demo.envisionecommerce.com/store/.