Work efficient with categories using Bulk Category Editor. Want to bulk add, edit or delete categories? Look no further, in addition you have search and replace functions at your disposal (regex). The extension comes with an inline table editor, do your changes and save everything in one operation. In addition the extension have a great function for adding, setting or deleting categories on products.
Do you need a frontend Product filter? It is included and you can easily design it in the extension and it works with Elementor to. A shortcode will be created (with an ID), for easy paste into your templates. Configure the filter as you like by changing labels, font sizes, colors, layout, exclude categories and much more.
The built in search and replace function enables you to find text phrases you want to change in your product categories. It includes functions that enables adding text before or after any text phrase. The do button will execute your change, not happy then just use the reset button to get it back. When satisfied with a replace, just save and your categories is updated.
The category search / filter enable you to do searches in the table, start typing and the rows filters as you type. If you i.e filter on your category shoes, then add a space and start typing: “hik”, the result filter down to hiking shoes. The category filter let you search in parent category, name, description and slug. Use the category dropdown filter to get a category (and subcategories) for easy working in a category group.
When using the add button, it will open the add category table above the button. Here you can easily create a new product categories – in bulk or single. If you want to do this often, just make the add category table visible default using an option in settings.
Bulk Category Editor includes an easy way to bulk delete categories. Just filter and check the categories you want to delete, then click the delete button, confirm the delete an your categories is gone.
If your products have the wrong categories, perhaps they are stuck in the Uncategorized category. Then we want to remove it from this category and put products in other categories, just go to the move products section. Here you easily find and filter your products and bulk move them to any category or categories. So basically you can: add, set and delete categories for products easy in this section.
Often we need to just add a category on some products. In the move products section you can do this easy by query the products, filter those you want and just by a click of a button – bulk add one or several categories to your products.
Use the Product filters (tab) in Bulk Category Editor to set up your frontend product filters. The designer help you set up font sizes, labels / titles, colors, layout and several options for the queries. Easy use the shortcode with just an ID in your templates including Elementor.
Create category and attributes filters to use in your frontend shop templates. The product filters it is easy to add, update and remove in Bulk Category Editor (admin). You can set font sizes, colours, labels, layout, exclude(hide) categories, queries (settings) and a lot more. When you have created a filter, just click the shortcode and it is copied, then just paste it in your shop templates (i.e your theme shop page, sidebar widget or use it with i.e Elementor (shortcodes)).
Importing and exporting categories with Bulk Category Editor can save you time and effort, especially if you’re managing multiple WooCommerce stores. Instead of manually adding or updating categories in each store, simply create a .csv file and import it into the plugin.
The benefits don’t stop there – you can also use the export feature to quickly create a backup of your categories or move them to another store. Plus, with the ability to edit categories in a spreadsheet program, you can easily make changes in bulk and then import the file, saving you even more time.
This extension is only available for purchase at WooCommerce.com. This means you will be able to update your extensions directly in WooCommerce admin. Support is handled exclusively by the Consortia support team.