1. How to Enable Mautic API?

    In order to enable Mautic API log in to your Mautic Account and press the Setting icon in the top right corner.

    Mautic Dashboard

     Then, choose  Configuration from the list of settings in the flyout menu.

    Mautic settings

    Finally, go to the API Settings tab and enable the API option. Besides, enable the HTTP basic auth options in case your API uses it (e.g. Magento 2 Mautic Integration extension)

    Mautic API settings

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  2. Configure Mautic Integration in Magento 2

    In order to configure Magento 2 Mautic Integration extension navigate to Store > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Mautic Integration.

    Magento 2 dashboard

    There are 3 sections you have to configure.


    1. Enable Extension.

    2. Enter Product Key which you can find in your Magefan Account.

    3. Set the Mautic URL.

    4. Choose the Authentication Method.

    5. Enter Mautic Login and

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  3. How to create Automatic Products on Sale Category in Magento 2?

    Creating a Sale category with all products you have special offers for is one of the best marketing practices. So, how can you manage the Magento 2 sale category? 

    Magento 2 sale

    You definitely can add or remove all the products from the sale category manually or with the CSV import, but it is really time-consuming. Doing this manual job on a daily or hourly basic you lose your time. Every business has to optimize their processes to move forward.

    To automate the catalog management you can use dynamic category rules, but what is it? The dynamic category, judging from its name, is a category that is predetermined to be generated automatically. All you need to do is set a rule and a cron script will arrange category products.

    As an example, create a

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  4. How to enable Dynamic Categories Extension in Magento 2?

    In order to enable Magento 2 Dynamic Categories Extension navigate to Stores > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Dynamic Category.

    General Configuration

    1. Enable the extension in order to be able to create dynamic categories.

    2. Enter the Product Key which you can find in your Magefan Account > My Downloads.

    Magento 2 dynamic category configuration

    Once you've finished don't forget to press the Save Config button.

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  5. How to add a New Dynamic Category Rule?

    In order to configure or add new category rule in Magento 2 Dynamic Categories Extension navigate to Catalog > Dynamic Category > Rules.

    Magento 2 Dynamic Category

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  6. Migrate AheadWorks M2 Blog to Free Magento 2 Blog

    In order to migrate AheadWorks M2 Blog to Magento 2 Blog, you have to install free Magento 2 Blog by Magefan. After that navigate to Admin Panel > Content > Blog > Import and choose the Import from AheadWorks M2.

    Magento 2 blog import

    Blog Import from AheadWorks

    Specify M2 database credentials:

    1. Set a Database Name and User Name.

    2. Set a database user Password.

    3. Set a Database server host (location of a database) in Database Host field.

    4. Set a Table Prefix if there is one.

    5. Specify a Store view the blog

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  7. How to create a New Blog Tag in Magento 2?

    In order to create a new tag in Magento 2 Blog navigate to Content > Blog > Tags and press Add New Tag button.

    New Tag

    1.Make sure you Enable the new Tag.

    2. Set the Tag Title and write some Content that will be displayed on the tag page.

    Magento 2 new tag

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  8. How to Configure Social Sharing Links in Magento 2 Blog?

    In order to configure social sharing links in Magento 2 Blog go to Stores > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Blog and find the Social section.


    1. Enable AddThis in order to display social sharing buttons on the storefront.
    2. Enter the AddThis ID. In order to learn where to get the AddThis ID follow the link.
    3. Set the AddThis Language. ( it has to be two-character e.g. en, fr, de, nr )

    Magento 2 blog social configuration

    Once you

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  9. Magento 2 Blog Robots Meta Tags Configuration

    What are the default robots?

    Default robots also known as robots.txt is the standard websites use in order to communicate with the web robots. They are used to let the web crawlers know which pages of your website you want and don't want to be scanned and processed.

    Why do you need the Default Robots?

    Privacy and SEO. As well as you can "hide" some pages of your website from web robots you are able to tell what pages exactly you what to be analyzed by the search engines and showed up in google search results.

    In Magento 2 Blog you can set the Default Robots for Tag,Searchas well as Author Pages which will be included before the head closing tag in page HTML.

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  10. How to Configure Blog Design in Magento 2?

    In order to configure blog design in Magento 2 Blog navigate to Stores > Configuration > Magefan Extensions > Blog and find the Design section. Note that this option is available only for Blog Plus and Blog Extra users.


    In this section you are able to choose the Layouts for Blog Post, Category, Tag, Author, Search and Index Pages. It can be empty, 1 column, 2 columns with right bar or left bar or 3 columns. In case you have some designs on your Magento instance they will be displayed here as well.

    Magento 2 blog design

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