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Filtering stock – XforWooCommerce.com Help Center

Filtering stock

Welcome to Product Filter for WooCommerce video guide.

This video will cover how to filter stock in the Product Filter for your WooCommerce Shop.

Let’s first take a look at in-stock and show products on sale buttons.

These features of the Product Filter comes out of the box. Meaning you don’t need to adjust anything in order to get them.

The show only products on sale button will filter products who have the regular and a sale price.

The in-stock button will filter all your products and give you the ones that you have in stock. Out of stock products will not be shown here.

Now, besides these buttons, we have a premade filter that can help you with filtering stock. Navigate to the Filter Presets Tab and to the Filters section and add the Availability filter.

Click the item button, select Availability, hide None, save and let’s go to the shop page again.

You will see the Availability filter showing 3 options. The first one is to show all the products you have in your shop. The second one functions the same as the in-stock button. The last will give you the ability to filter the products that are out of stock.

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4 comments on “Filtering stock”

  1. Hey guys I really wish the info on this plugin and video help guide would be published because I bought this a while ago and never got it working like the demos. I gave up and tried other plugins, but would really like to get this working

  2. Hi,
    we have bought the “Product Filters” plugin and we are just so enthusiastic
    about it!

    I have some questions about it:

    1) How could we use the AND or OR logic in 2/3 filters created in the same preset? (the filters use the attribute) . We need the filters in the same preset could “talk” each other: when the user selects a filter (which is linked to an attributes), the attributes in the other filter of the preset must not be selectable, if they do not share the same “rule”.

    2) Technical question: how can we exclude all links generated by filters from the robots.txt file?

    Thanks! Best regards