At this point, the marketplace default configurations should already be finalised. Now you can begin to specify the various settings and attributes for Vendors and Products, so you can add content to the marketplace.

Here are the following places to configure:


Vendor Preparation

Please complete the following steps that apply to the Marketplace (eg. If no additional vendor attributes are required, this can be skipped).

  1. Vendor Admin Permissions Configuration

  2. Manage and create Vendor Types

  3. Create Vendor Subscriptions

  4. Creating a Subscription product in Stripe (for paid Vendor Subscriptions only)

  5. Managing Vendor Attributes

  6. Managing Vendor Attribute Sets

  7. Managing Location Attributes

  8. Managing Location Attribute Sets

The above are your basic configurations. If you have other extra licensed modules from Omnyfy, you may need to configure this as well. These include (but are not limited to):


Product Preparation

Please complete the following steps that apply to the Marketplace (eg. If no additional product attributes are required, this can be skipped).

  1. Create and manage Product Categories

  2. Create and Manage Product Attributes

  3. Create and manage Product Attributes Sets

These can be edited and added to after the marketplace is launched, and is not too critical in the initial set up, however it will help in getting the look and feel when setting up the Porto Settings.


Content Preparation

This can be done any time during the publishing process. This is to prepare the relevant pages and content blocks required for your design.


Onboarding Vendors

Essentially from here, you'll be able to start onboarding vendors. You'll want to onboard some test vendors and test products to help with the next step too - you might need to go back and forth between testing it working with the theme again once you've completed step 10.

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