Products in Stock Filter

The FWW Stock Status widget allows your customer to pick if they only want to browse products that are in stock. If your standard setting is showing all your products whether they are available at that particular time or not, then of course it is possible for a product to be unavailable.

It’s up to you if you wish to show out-of-stock products, but generally it’s a good idea. Showing out-of-stock products continues to give you SEO benefit as well as any direct links users have shared to those products. By showing the out of stock products you have an opportunity to cross-sell or upsell another or a similar product. Come looking for one thing, leave with something else.

Some websites will choose to only show available products and then the unavailable options are just a click away:

Or vice versa:

Setting up the Stock Status widget

To get started with our FWW Stock Status widget, you first have to go to your Dashboard > Settings > Faster Woo Widgets, scroll down until you reach Always Check Stock Levels and make sure this is set to Yes, then save changes at the bottom of the page.

Then go to Appearance > Widgets, add and configure the FWW Stock Status widget. There are four Display types. I’ll show them all in the Grocery Store theme, beginning with the radio display type. The radio display type is the only one that will have both the text for ‘Show all’ and ‘Show in Stock’. Don’t forget to save the widget before refreshing your website.

Stock Status Display types

           

After that comes the Checkbox display type:

And finally, there are two toggle switch display options.

                           

 

If you have questions about the FWW Stock Status widget, please browse our Q&A.

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