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WooCommerce Advanced Bulk Edit 4.6.2.3

WooCommerce Advanced Bulk Edit

WooCommerce Advanced Bulk Edit Nulled easily creates volume discounts, product variations, inventory changes, attribute changes and product images in your WooCommerce store. Products and variants are displayed in a table-like table and can be edited in large quantities or in individual cells.

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WooCommerce Advanced Bulk Edit Plugin Features

  • Filter products by title, category, attributes, regular and sale price, sku, tags, long and short descriptions, product status, stock qty and status, product type, shipping class, post author, length, width, height and weight.
  • Append, prepend and replace text in text fields
  • Increase/decrease by value/percent
  • Generate sale price from the regular one
  • Set, add, remove categories/attributes
  • Copy values from one field to another
  • Fill series /SKU (numbers)/.
  • Show/hide product fields
  • Create products and variations.
  • Create variations to multiple products at once.
  • Create new categories and attribute terms.
  • Delete products/variations.
  • Optionally delete images from server when permanently deleting products.
  • Powerful Selection Manager
  • Changed fields are revertible to the original values
  • Support for custom meta fields
  • Find custom meta fields from third-party plugins.
  • Support for custom taxonomies – bulk editable.
  • Editable attributes as different columns.
  • Linked editing of selected products
  • Customizable product limit, support for large stores.
  • Variation retrieval optional.
  • Save and load sets(views) of product fields (columns).
  • Export products to a csv file
  • Visual mark on changed cells.
  • Translation support

WooCommerce Advanced Bulk Edit

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