I am trying to create a Product Kit or Product Bundle that is one product composed of multiple existing SKUs. How do I create this type of proudct and associate the SKUs in the bundle to keep inventory correct?
This can be done when editing or creating a product and making a Product Level Inventory Kit. An inventory Kit is used when a product consists of one or more other products and/or SKUs for inventory purposes. You would first have to insure that you have Inventory Control turned on by going to Settings > Site Options > Inventory Control > Activate Inventory Control. Establish your default value and your warning level which will let you know when to update > Hit Finish. You will now go to Products and create the product that is going to include the bundled items. When creating your product you will see Product Status across from the Product Weight. Here you will select Product Level Inventory Kit of __ Products/SKUs > Enter in the number of SKUâ€™s that this kit is made up of > On Edit Product Page 2 you will be able to select the individual SKUâ€™s that make up the kit (limit 10 items). When this item is ordered, you can set up the invoices and packing slips to include the kit contents by going to Settings > Site Options > Invoices and Packing Slips > Show Kit Contents.
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