Stuck on how to change product price, title, or any other property of a large number of products? This guide intends to provide a solution to this problem with different bulk edit plugins.
Up to a limited number of products and limited product properties, we can update it by WooCommerce’s bulk edit option itself, isn’t it? But it is a bit difficult if we need to filter the right products to be edited when having a store that sells thousands of products with many categories and subcategories and so on. The next solution is plugins!
In this guide, we can check how to bulk edit product categories with 3 different plugins. They are:
- ELEX WooCommerce Advanced Bulk Edit Products, Prices & Attributes
- WP Compress – Image Optimizer
- WISDM Customer Specific Pricing
- Bulk Table Editor by Consortia
Let us check how to bulk edit WooCommerce products with the above-listed plugins one by one.
1. ELEX WooCommerce Advanced Bulk Edit
This feature-rich plugin comes with advanced filters to sort the right products among the entire list of products in your store. And if you could not find an exclusive product property of your store in this plugin, you can create and edit them!
Check the step by step process to bulk edit products with this plugin.
Step 1: Install and Activate the Plugin
Step 2: Filter Products to Bulk Edit
The page for filtering the products will be displayed.
With this, you can filter the products based on Title, Tag, Type, Category, Price or Description.
If your store sells variable products, you have options to filter based on the global attributes and custom attributes in your store.
- Product Attributes (Group with OR): With this, you can enter the attribute values in the text box. All products with at least any one of the attribute values will be filtered.
- Product Attributes (Group with AND): This will filter the products if all the entered attributes are available for the product.
- Custom Attributes: You can enter the custom attributes for filtering the products which contain the attribute variations.
While filtering, there are possibilities of some unnecessary products can be included in the list. For avoiding that, you can exclude certain products by its ID, categories, and subcategories.
After setting up the filters, it is necessary to preview the filtered list.
Step 3: Preview Filtered Products
With this preview, you can check whether all required products have been excluded as well as any unnecessary products have filtered. If you find so, you can go back to the previous step by clicking on the Back button for resetting the filters. And
This article was written by Kyla and originally published on WPExplorer.