How to Add Product Variations in WooCommerce

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If you have a product that needs different pricing based on different options, then you’ll need to learn how to add product variations in WooCommerce.

This is pretty easy to do by following these steps:

  1. Make sure you choose a variable product.
how to add product variations in WooCommerce

2. Go down to Attributes and add the attribute you will be changing like “Size”, “Kit Type” or “Add Ons”. Enter in the different options separated by “|”. So size might look like this: Small | Medium | Large.

Make sure that “Visible on the product page” and “Used for variations” are both checked.

3. Go to Variations and in the “add variations” dropdown, select “Create variations from all attributes”.

This will create a variation for each of the different attribute options you selected. You can then click into each one and add dimension and pricing information.

Best of luck! Xx, Kara

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I’m one part website designer, one part strategist and one part accountability partner.  I help service-based solopreneurs get set up online without the tech headaches!