Add Quantity Increments, Min & Max Quantities to your WooCommerce Product Tables
Yesterday, we announced the integration of WooCommerce Product Table with WooCommerce Maximum Quantity. Today we’re pleased to announce that it also works with the free Quantities and Units for WooCommerce plugin. This makes it easy to set quantity increments, min and max quantities to your product table views.
How do the two plugins work?
WooCommerce Product Table is our bestselling plugin which lists any or all of your products in a space-saving table layout.
Quantities and Units for WooCommerce is a free WordPress plugin that lets you restrict the number of products that each customer can buy in a single order. There are lots of options for this, including:
- Create quantity increments so that customers can only buy products in pre-defined multiples. (e.g. 5 of each product).
- Set minimum and/or maximum quantity.
- Add decimal points and percentage step values to product quantities (e.g. buy in quantities of 0.25 or 0.5).
- You can create these rules for individual products or whole product categories.
All of these features work perfectly in WooCommerce Product Table. It you’re listing products in a table then customers will see the appropriate restrictions and errors to ensure that they add to the cart in the correct quantities.
And even better, customers can’t ignore the quantity rules by typing a different quantity directly into the box! Instead, they’ll see an error when they try to add the product to the cart.
See it in action!
We’ve created a demo page showing the quantity increments, minimum and maximum quantity rules in action within WooCommerce Product Table. Try it now and see it working for yourself!
How do I create product tables with quantity increments, min and max quantity?
To create WooCommerce tables with quantity increments, min and max quantities, you just need to set up each plugin in the normal way. They will work together automatically, without any further input from you.
WooCommerce Table instructions
Quantities and Units for WooCommerce instructions
Quantities and Units for WooCommerce has setup instructions on the WordPress.org Instructions tab.