Monthly Archives: April 2021

  1. How to Configure Product Catalog Search in Magento 2?

    Configuring product catalog search in Magento 2 is one of the ways to help your customers find products faster using the product search form.

    Together with the layered navigation, Magento 2 catalog search enables you to create a great customers' shopping experience and provide them with the flexible and easy-to-use Magento 2 product catalog navigation.

    Catalog search form is the most basic and the most used form of catalog navigation since all you need to do to get to the preferred product is to type a word or a phrase.

    Besides, people who use the search form to find a product are more likely to make a purchase.

    So, in this article, we will cover the types of catalog search in Magento 2 and go through the catalog search configurations. 

    Let's dive in.

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  2. Magefan News and Updates - April 2021

    Hello there, Magento fans!

    Have you been waiting for April News and Updates from Magefan?

    Here you go… ;)

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  3. How to Configure Layered Navigation in Magento 2 Store?

    Layered Navigation is the catalog navigation feature of Magento 2 that is based on price, category, color or other product attributes and allows customers to find products faster by filtering the results.

    Your main goal is to provide customers with the best shopping conditions to improve their experience on your Magento 2 store. There are a few things that can contribute to that and Magento 2 layered navigation is one of them.

    What are the chances customers will continue their purchasing journey if they can't find what they are looking for in your store?

    Let's not guess. No one likes that. However, Magento took care of that to help you provide the best on-site experience for your customers.

    So, in this article, you will learn how to configure layered navigation in Magento 2, how to display it on the category page, and how to add filterable attributes to layered navigation.

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  4. How to Configure Shipping Methods in Magento 2?

    The Shipping Method in Magento 2 stands for the price and the method of delivering a product to a customer. There are different groups of shipping methods in Magento 2 that are defined by the Delivery Type.

    In this article, you're going to learn about the basic shipping configurations in Magento 2 as well as review all default Magento 2 shipping methods.

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  5. 10 Best FREE Tools to Test your Magento Website Speed

    Website speed is now one of the most important features influencing customer shopping experience and SEO, especially in eCommerce.

    So, there is no sense in telling you how important website speed is since you understand it yourself. Having slow website loading speed decreases traffic to your website, increases bounce rates and results in a bad influence on your SEO correspondingly.

    Not much of a great picture right?

    No worries! There is nothing that can’t be done about it.

    However, before taking any actions to improve your website performance, you need to know the reasons your website isn’t performing as it is supposed to. So you can find the best ways to optimize it.

    In this article, we’ve gathered the best FREE website speed test tools that will provide you with insights into how well your website is performing.

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  6. How to Change Order Statuses in Magento 2?

    Order in Magento 2 goes through a lot of processes before it is complete. Sometimes third-party payment systems change order statuses due to some errors. Correspondingly orders have a lot of statuses in the process.

    So, sometimes you need to change order statuses manually due to these and some other reasons. By default, you can only Cancel, Hold or Unhold orders.

    Change Order Status in Magento 2

    However with Magento 2 Better Order Grid extension you can change order status to any available status on your store via mass action.

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  7. How to Create and Assign Customer Group in Magento 2?

    Magento 2 Customer Groups is the feature of Magento 2 that allows you to divide your customers into groups so that you have an opportunity to set different discounts, share different information and define different custom rules for them.

    It is important that you divide customers into groups since, except all mentioned above, it allows you to target the right audience with the right information or offers.

    It increases the productivity of your store and allows you to provide a personalized experience for your site visitors.

    In this article, you will learn how to create a customer group in Magento 2, how to assign a customer to a customer group and how to use customer groups in your store.

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  8. How to Configure Magento 2 Command Line Interface?

    If you don't have SSH access or just don't want to use a terminal, you can use Command Line Interface instead to run commands directly from the admin panel.

    That's when Magento 2 Command Line Interface extension comes into play! Since it allows you to execute commands in a few clicks without even typing the commands manually, you really have to try it.

    So, let's find out more about what it allows you to do by configuring it.

    Configure Command Line Interface

    1. Once you
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  9. How to Configure Magento 2 Translation Extension?

    Magento 2 Translation extension is an alternative to Magento 2 Translate Inline Tool. It allows anyone to add translation of buttons, labels and short-form content (up to 250 characters) directly from the admin.

    You don't have to switch to developer mode to add translations. So any admin user can add translations without any technical skills.

    Translation extension by Magefan doesn't require any configurations. So, in this article, you will learn how to add new translations, export and import them. Follow the instructions below, or watch the video later in this article.

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  10. New Order Email Notifications in Magento 2

    New order email notification in Magento 2 is an important component of the ordering process.

    It provides customers with information about their orders which they can refer to when getting in touch with the sales representative about their order status, etc. 

    It is also important to website admins since they get notified about new orders and changes in their statuses.

    So, in this article, you will learn how to configure the new order email notifications for the admin and customers.

    To configure new order email notification in Magento 2:

     1. Go to Stores > Configuration > Sales > Sales Email > Order and Enable the order email notification.

    2. Choose the New Order Confirmation Email Sender. To configure email sender check the Store Email Addresses Configuration.

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  11. New Review Notification in Magento 2

    Reviews are a great way to learn more about your customers or their preferences and product tendencies on your Magento 2 store. So, it is always a good idea to keep track of your reviews and engage in a dialogue with your customers.

    For this, you need a new review notification set up on your Magento 2 store. Unless you want to make checking the reviews page a routine.

    Although there are no review notifications in Magento 2 by default, you can always use Magento 2 Admin Email Notifications by Magefan for your greatest convenience.

    It allows you to configure new review notifications in your Magento 2 store in 2 ways:

    • Admin Notification
    • Email Notification

    Let's learn more about both of them.

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  12. Enable Low Stock Email Notification in Magento 2

    Low stock in Magento 2 can sometimes be the reason for losing your potential customers.

    It is very important to check the product stock statuses to be aware of the amounts of them left. 

    However, you can't constantly go from page to page or reload the product grid to check the quantity. That is what Magento 2 low stock email notifications are for.

    So, in this article, you will learn how to enable low stock email notification in Magento 2 with Magento 2 Admin Email Notifications extension. 

    Follow these steps to enable Low Stock Notification in Magento 2:

    1. Go to Stores > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Admin Notifications > Admin Email Notifications > Low Stock Notification.
    2. Enable low stock notification and set the Notification Time.
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  13. Disabled Cache Notification in Magento 2

    Magento 2 Cache can influence a lot of things in your store, especially the loading speed.

    Someone might disable the Magento 2 caches during deployment or they are disabled after some admin configuration.

    Sometimes, your website runs slowly and you don't even know the disabled cache causes it.

    That is why it is useful to have the disabled cache notification sent to your admin.

    Magento, by default, doesn't offer such notifications, but Magento 2 Admin Email Notifications extension has you covered.

    To enable disabled cache notification in Magento 2, navigate to Stores > Configuration > Admin Panel Notifications and enable the corresponding option.

    Disabled Cache Notification in Magento 2

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  14. How to Configure Robots.txt in Magento 2?

    SEO is the key to a successful online business nowadays. That is why it is really important to configure the robots.txt file properly. This file is a set of instructions given to the web crawlers “guiding” them which pages of your website you want and don't want to be indexed and analyzed.

    So, in this article, you will learn what is Magento robots.txt, where is this file located and, most importantly, how to generate it.

    Let's dive in

    What is Magento 2 robots.txt file?

    Robots.txt. file is the most basic kind of SEO configuration available in Magento by default. It is essential to configure the robots.txt file in order to establish kind of a relationship between your website robots and website crawlers.

    Configuring the robots.txt file you set the instructions to web robots on what pages of your website to index or skip from indexing.

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