Different filters for different archive pages

This feature is available in the Pro version of the plugin.

The plugin offers a powerful capability to customize the filter options based on specific product categories for various archive pages. This feature allows you to create separate forms with related filters and assign them to their respective archive pages.

How it works:

  1. Create separate forms: Begin by creating individual forms for each archive page that requires different filters. Each form will contain the specific filters relevant to the product category associated with that archive page.
  2. Configure the filters: Within each form, you can customize the filter options based on the requirements of the corresponding product category. For example, if you have a clothing category, you may include filters for size, color, and fabric type. For laptops, you might include filters for brand, processor, and storage capacity.
  3. Set the form location: After configuring the filters for each form, you need to specify where each form should be displayed. This is done using the “Available on” field located in the form settings. By selecting the appropriate archive page for each form, you ensure that the corresponding filters are only shown on the relevant archive pages.

By following these steps, you can easily set different filters for different archive pages, providing a more customized and streamlined browsing experience for your customers. Whether they are searching for clothing, electronics, or any other product category, they will be presented with relevant filter options specific to that category.

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