Tips: Change Display Order of Variants on Point of Sale Screen
If you have variant products in your store, Hike offers you two options to order these variants on the POS screen, just to make your life easier while locating the variants.
1. Alphabetical order
2. Order of entry
When you select a parent product for sale, click on the rear icon on the corner of the page. On the next page, you will get an option to select the order of display.
The change you select here will apply to all variant products on the process sale page.
This option is not working on the product page. On the product page, variants will only display based on the order of variant creation.
By default, the order of display for variants on the process sale page is order of entry.
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