9. Additional Attributes
In most cases, the product page of Store Manager for Magento displays all the information necessary for easy filtering and searching of products.
But, there may arise situations where the Store's Administrator(s), or Owner(s) may desire to manage the product catalog, and display on their product page additional (non default) attributes.
The Additional Attributes, option allows you to quickly add attributes to your product grid.
Click on the Additional Attributes button, in the product’s top toolbar (see illustration above). In the window that appears, select the fields that you want to add.
*Note: To facilitate the selection of fields, use the toolbar options.
You may mark all attributes, with a single mouse click, by choosing the button, which will display all of the selected choices on the product page (see an illustration above), simultaneously, or you may select the required choices, individually, from the list presented.
The 'Clear Selection' button will cancel the editing of the previously selected attributes, and re-start the process, afresh.
The 'Invert Selection' choice allows to put your selected data upside down or in the opposite order.
You may display a list of attributes by code, or by the Frontend label. Simply choose the relevant selection in the 'Display Name as' field selection.
*Note: You may add any attributes, to the product grid, that are of 'Text Field ' type (as an exception only the 'Manufacturer 'attribute ).
Pressing the 'Ok' button allows for the display of all selected data on the Product page, filtering and sorting the products according to the options chosen.
Use the Product Grid to make your Store Manager for Magento more informative and functional!
Please note, if you are using Store Manager for Magento Enterprise Edition the additional attributes list, which can be added to the products grid, is more advanced and all available attributes can be added
to the Products page.
The last program's update (starting from ver. 3.19.0 Build:2287) allows filtering necessary attribute positions from a list of all available ones by using the 'filter row' option
Consider the following video tutorial to see how it can be performed in practice: