Track and manage your store inventory in Webflow Ecommerce.
If you don’t have an unlimited amount of a product, you don’t want to oversell the item in your online store. Inventory tracking helps keep track of your stock and automatically displays the appropriate “out of stock” status when necessary.
When creating a product, the inventory tracking option is off by default, and the product quantity is set to unlimited [∞]. If you do not have unlimited product, enable inventory tracking [set Track inventory to ON] and set the quantity you want to sell.
Once a product is sold and the payment is collected, the quantity field of that product will automatically update to reflect the new available quantity. So, at any time, the quantity field reflects the quantity you specified minus the quantity sold.
If you acquire more product you can manually update the stock quantity at any time.
When you’re tracking inventory of a product, the “add to cart” button won’t allow a shopper to order more than the available stock. And if the quantity hits zero, the “add to cart” button will show the “out of stock” state.
Let’s say a shopper tries to add 10 T-shirts to their cart, but you only have 6 T-shirts left. In this case, they would see the error message you set up for “Quantity not available.”
Once the entire stock is sold, the quantity in the collection item settings shows zero; this means the “Add to cart” button for that product shows the “out of stock” state in all collection lists and on the product’s collection page.
If your product has variants, you can set the stock quantity for each variant separately in the variant settings. If you’ve already set a quantity for the product, the moment you add product options, that original quantity will be copied to the first variant created.
You can enable and disable inventory tracking for each variant when editing a variant’s details.
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