Choosing additional options when placing an order
To make shopping easier for his clients, Andy introduced product options and additional services. For example, a gift-wrapped poster will cost $5 more. He also set up delivery options in a way that the total amount is automatically recalculated, according to the selected delivery method.
Purchasing several items by adding them to the cart
Will created InStore–his e-commerce website–to sell gifts, accessories, and other trinkets. He added product cards, uploaded images, descriptions, specified size options and prices, and highlighted products that are on sale. Now, the customers can add several stickers, bags, a couple of red and yellow notebooks to the cart, then select a delivery option, and place their order in just a few seconds.
Managing customer orders
Jane makes leather accessories and sells them online. Some customers buy ready-made items, while others place special orders. To keep her customer base organized and keep track of all the incoming requests, she collects the orders in a CRM table and an online messenger. Jane has also set up an automated newsletter for those clients who made a purchase.
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