Wide Hello! 😁

If you are reading this article it is probably the first time you are using WideBundle.

So if you haven't already, I invite you to read our full article on how to use WideBundle the first time by clicking here.

If you just want to know how to choose between the 2 methods, here are the explanations!

1️⃣ Method 1

This method will be used if this is the first time you are adding offers on this product.

It will allow you to access the offer generator.

In order for WideBundle to then display your offers, the generator will automatically create variants.

Indeed, the variants must have a specific format to be displayed in the right way and this generator will do it for you.

It will then replace your current variants and create new ones containing your offers.

To understand why WideBundle must necessarily create new variants, click here.

2️⃣ Method 2

This method will be used if you have already configured offers on your products.

WideBundle will use the variants of your product, without replacing them, to create the offers.

This method should only be used if your variants have the format necessary for WideBundle to work.

If this is the first time you are setting up WideBundle on a product, in 99% of the cases, you should use method 1.

I hope this article has helped you to see more clearly!

See you soon! 😁
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