A distinct range of products on a dedicated storefront page, from which customers can choose a selection.
The page on the storefront where customers can create a bundle order.
Dummy Product Page
The bundle's placeholder product that can be found in the Products section of your Shopify account.
Should not be edited or deleted, or the bundle won't work.
Located in the Apps section of your Shopify account, this is where you can view and edit the app’s settings.
An optional or required product that has been made available in a Bundle.
The area in the App Dashboard where the merchant can create a new bundle or edit an existing bundle’s settings.
Bundle-specific settings that have been configured by the Merchant in the Bundle Editor.
A bundle’s price and discount settings, as configured in the Bundle Editor.
Section in the Bundle Editor where the Merchant can set a bundle’s requirements and limitations.
Section in the Bundle Editor where the Merchant can select which products should be made available in the bundle, and whether they should be optional or required.
An image that can be uploaded in the Bundle Editor, to be shown at the top of the Bundle Page.
An image that can be uploaded in the Bundle Editor, to represent the Bundle wherever it appears elsewhere on the storefront (e.g. collection pages).
A sub-selection of products in the Bundle that can have its own details and conditional logic. Sections are only available when using the Multiple Sections bundle structure.
How a Bundle’s products are arranged on the bundle page. Currently the options are Single Page and Multiple Sections.
Single Page Bundle
With this bundle structure, all available products are listed on a single page.
Multiple Sections Bundle
With this bundle structure, available products are broken up into sections that each have their own page. Customers can navigate the bundle using step navigation (at the top of each page) and previous/next buttons (at the bottom of each page).
Single SKU Bundle
With this bundle type, the entire bundle gets a single SKU. In the cart, the products in the bundle are presented as line items.
Multiple SKU Bundle
With this bundle type, the SKUs of all products in the bundle are preserved. In the cart, the products in the bundle are all listed separately.
Multiple SKU Installation
The manual installation process that needs to be completed before the Merchant can create Multiple SKU Bundles.
A section in the App Dashboard where the Merchant can view and export bundle statistics.
A section in the App Dashboard where the Merchant can view and edit global app settings.
An advanced tool that allows the Merchant to build their own Bundle Page template from scratch.
A Merchant’s own version of the Bundle Page template, as created using the Template Creator.
A section in Settings where the Merchant can view and edit general global settings.
A section in Settings where the Merchant can view and edit the default text content for the Bundle Page.
A section in Settings where the Merchant can amend the global design settings for the Bundle Page.
A section in Settings where the Merchant can amend the global design options for the Bundle Page.
Rich text content that can be added to the top of the Bundle Page.
The section on the Bundle Page that contains the optional products.
The section on the Bundle Page that contains the products that are already in the Bundle.
Read More link
This link will trigger a modal containing more information about the product in question (also known as Quick View).