Introducing Woostify 2.2.6 & Pro 1.7.9 – Frequently Bought Together, Flexbox Container & More!

To give users a better experience, our team has had several new updates for Woostify theme 2.2.6 & Pro 1.7.9. These updates promise to improve the shopping experience and increase conversions and revenue. Following are our three main updates:

  • New add-on release – Frequently Bought Together
  • Three new demos & Use of Flexbox Container in our current demos
  • Option to move out-of-stock products to the bottom

Let’s see how these new updates are beneficial to your website.

Frequently Bought Together – Lets store owners easily add cross-sells

Frequently Bought Together is the most noticeable update for Woostify Pro 1.7.9. It drives cross-selling by exposing customers to a wider range of products, potentially increasing the average order value. Moreover, it offers product bundles aligning with customer needs,

This feature doesn’t automatically suggest complementary or related products to customers based on their current selections. Instead, you will go to the product page and add the items you want to sell together with the main product. In other words, the items bought together will be displayed under your control rather than being selected randomly.

Here are the general settings of this add-on. You can edit the text in each box, set the colors, and select the display position as you want. What you set here decides how your bought-together items will be displayed on the frontend.

Woostify Frequently Bought Together

To add bought-together items to a specific product page, you have to go to edit individual products. Scroll down and you’ll see the Frequently Bought Together section. Here you can Enter product name to select frequently bought together products and do some other edits.

add frequently bought together products

Based on the information offered in this section, the add-on will display the bought-together items on the product page and automatically calculate the total price and show the discount rate on the frontend.

Frequently Bought Together

Elementor Flexbox Container – A new way of building website structures

We’ve updated all our current demos using Flexbox Container. To use Flexbox Container for page building, you need to go to Elementor, navigate to the Flexbox Container section, and select the Active option.

Flexbox Container

Elementor gradually transforms into Flexbox Container to help users build more creative layouts. Compared to the traditional layout structure built with sections, columns, and inner sections, Flex Container offers many more advantages.

Improve performance significantly

Using Flexbox Container is also an ideal way to improve user performance. Previously, you had to create numerous columns to add multiple widgets, then click to edit each widget, causing workflow redundancy. Now Flexbox Container allows you to drag only one container to add as many items as you want and customize all of them with a single click into the container.

Nest Containers Together

Inside a Container, you also get a chance to nest multiple containers together in creative ways. It provides users with numerous options to change directions, align items, and adjust content. Then, you can utilize these options to arrange your content blocks with various layouts.

Optimize for mobile

What’s more, Flexbox Container empowers you to optimize the design for mobile. For each section to edit the container, Flexbox Container offers the mobile option that lets you customize the layout to keep it always standard.

Watch this video to learn more about how to use Flexbox Container in Elementor.

Introduction to three new pro demos

Together with updating the previous demos with Flexbox Container, the Woostify team has added three new demos (bag, bakery, and kids) for users to select. Of course, we also use Flexbox Container to build these demos. Our team will continue to try our best to expand the demo collection for varied niches.

It is noted that all our demos are being built with Flexbox Container now. Then, you are advised to get used to it to customize content more quickly and easily.

Woostify demos

Move out-of-stock products to the bottom – Enhanced Shopping Experience

Recently, we have received a lot of feedback on out-of-stock products from our users. They complained that the display of out-of-stock products on the top of their shop page may affect the shopping experience of their customers. To help users solve this problem, Woostify theme 2.2.6 has released a new feature, Move out-of-stock products to bottom.

As the name suggests, this feature allows you to push all out-of-stock items to the end of the product list. To enable this feature, you navigate to Appearance > Customize > WooCommerce > Shop Archive and toggle on the Move out of stock products to bottom feature.

move out of stock products to the bottom

It’s quite simple to implement this task. To see how to activate this feature and how it works for a specific shop page, please take a look at the video below:

For a final word,

Our updates are all implemented based on deep research on Woostify users’ demands. The Woostify team always highly appreciates any feedback from users. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any contribution to upgrading Woostify features.

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