Store Front Ideas

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attribute/features of products

It would be good to be able to deposit features (material, size, finishing options, short arms, long arms, and many more)  in the products
It would be perfect if the customer could then restrict the product search by features and if its possible to show them in the product as extra tab.

By Sabine Freiwang-Klug on 16 August 2019Store front ideas Submitted
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Privacy Terms Agreement upon User registration

Please add a mandatory checkbox for agreement of privacy policy the time an user register to a store. It should work as like as the already implemented checkbox for T&C and returns policy.

Should be an easy fix and can be considered as very useful in relation to GDPR.

By Denis Schaufl on 16 August 2019Store front ideas Submitted
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Registration

When someone registers on the site there should be a requirement to fill in all contact details before anything is allowed to be added to cart.

 

Sick of having people trying to make purchases but not being able to as they haven't entered contact details in advance & the site doesn't give them adequate instruction.

 

Lets make life easy on ourselves by making people register fully!

By Richard Mattinson on 06 August 2019Store front ideas Submitted
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Amazon Pay

It would be nice to integrate Amzon Pay into the DecoNetwork site as a method of payment for customers. Easy clicking for the customer to check out and makes the sale much quicker.

By Andrew Hendrick on 09 April 2019Store front ideas Submitted
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----POP-UP's for Store Front----

The fastest way to convey an idea or a sales promotion is a pop-up. The ability to have specific pop-up appear in specific pages are 100% necessary in today's industry. Pop-ups with a purpose, not just a regular pop-up will do. Action based pop-ups with specific page landings are paramount.

By IVAN ONTIVEROS on 03 April 2019Store front ideas Submitted
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CUSTOM BACKGROUND COLORS FOR TEMPLATE DESIGN PREVIEW

Just like the title says. We should be able to assign a custom background color to each individual template design to display our template designs in a more aesthetically pleasing way.

Also the available organization system for templates is atrocious. It does not allow for more than one level of hierarchy. For instance, we have a section called "business" for company logo templates but can not be any more specific(ie: plumbing, restaurant, hvac, construction, etc) than that without making 40+ more tabs that would display on the page. This forces us to lump it all into one category. In volume this is just messy and ugly to the end-user. If we had 1000 designs lumped onto one page how would they find the right one for their business?

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Social Media Live Feed

It would be great to have a widget on the Website that allows a live link to Social Media Pages.

Therefore when posting to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc the widget would be updated with the latest post(s).

This will keep customers updated and engaged with the Marketing Message

AND ALSO updates the webpage which is good for Google! Google sees that something has changed and assumes the page is more relevant, getting better search results

By Becky Greenberry-Jeffs on 28 February 2019Store front ideas Submitted
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Show Minimum Quantities on Front End

The back end has the ability to set minimum quantites by product and by print process.  If you are using multiple print processes it becomes confusing to the end user as to what the minimum quantities are for each product until you get into the designer.

Why is this information not able to be shown on the front end?   Can you make it an option in the blank product listing widget in the design tab?

See this screen shot

 

By Craig Parrish on 24 January 2019Store front ideas Submitted
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Customer Review

Please, guys, support this idea.

Allowing customer to leave a review just like any platform out there.

This would be a great impact or boost on our SEO especially on creating JSON-LD or schema mark-up.

Thank you

By jhon geric on 14 January 2019Store front ideas Submitted
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Set Out of Stock Behavior on product level

As part of our product lifecycle, first they are added to our web sites and inserted with stock. After a while, they will be discontinued and moved to a Closeout or Clearance category where customers can order until all stock is eliminated. We would like an option at the product level (or category or even website level) where we can prevent customers from ordering more than what is currently in stock. We are aware of the global setting in the Products > Inventory Settings menu, we would just like this added to a lower level than global.

Thank you for your consideration,

Geoff Moldenhauer

By Geoff Moldenhauer on 28 December 2018Store front ideas Submitted
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Enquiry only products

Have the ability to display / list products within the decoration tool but without pricing..... a sort of "add to enquiry" rather than an "add to cart"  gives us the ability to review jobs that are beyond Deco pricing / fulfilment capabilities and price accordingly.

It'll work for bundled packages, Complex products / layouts, bulk enquiries with multiple decoration (say football strips) etc where Deco just isn't clever enough to put it together as a package

By Richard Mattinson on 26 October 2018Store front ideas Submitted
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Alternatives

When a customer is in a product page a rolling carousel of "alternative" products could be visible at the bottom of the page. 

These products would be both active & from business hub & be drawn from the product category so they are relevent.

It could be a switch on / off as sure not everyone would want to use it

By Richard Mattinson on 26 October 2018Store front ideas Submitted
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Credit Card Fees - Add Surcharge Fee

I lose 2.6% on every online sale when my clients choose to pay by credit card.

We need an automatic 'surcharge fee' action to add the percentage to the final sale when a client pays by credit card at checkout.

I think everyone will agree people expect to pay a surcharge on Credit Card transactions.

 

By HOLYSHIRT on 29 August 2018Store front ideas Submitted
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Abandoned cart/Failed Payment Process (Read and Vote)!!

In Deconetwork, if a customer places an order and the card is declined or there is a hold and review from the processor (authorize.net), the customer keeps getting payment errors and the order doesn't process.  After several hours, the order will fall into the abandoned cart queue.  All of the previous ecommerce carts I have used process these types of orders much differently.

The abandoned cart list should be for only those orders that the customer did not try to process payment.

The orders that the customer tried to make payment should go into a failed authorization cue and there should be email templates available for the website owner to configure that will tell the customer why the card was declined (the response from the processessor) and what we as a business will do (for example we will contact them to manually process the payment, rather than them continue to try to place the order, or worse, go somewhere else and order).

This would be particularly helpful to those customers who use debit cards.  Right now, they just get a message that the card was declined, and if it is just being held for review and the process it again, then the funds in their checking account could be held for amounts much higher than the value of the order itself.

 

By David Smith on 25 August 2018Store front ideas Submitted
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Multi-Lingual

We've clients that speak several languages, so using deconetwork we've the problem of mono lingual website.

We are closing our business to a big part of client.

Please add the multilingual possibility, we can pay for it :)

 

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More Control Over Text Links Design/Behavior

Button links are nice, but text links still have their place. It would be nice if text links could act more like a button link in that:

1. A way to add a Shadow to Text / Headings

2. A way to make a text link have a hover effect like image and button links

3. A way to make an image/link downloadable 

By ZACH DEWHURST on 20 June 2018Store front ideas Submitted
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More Control Over Website Header

There needs to be more control over what content is displayed within the header. 

The store's Email address should definetly be an option to display in the header. 

The store's tagline is another potential thing to display in the header.

Sometimes it makes sense to just have a one page website, but there needs to be a way to turn off the "Navigation Bar," so there is no gap on the page. 

Having the ability to display page links in the header would also be nice. We sometimes would prefer to put our "About, Contact, Shipping" pages in the top header and then only have blank or pre-decorated product pages on the main navigation. 

By ZACH DEWHURST on 20 June 2018Store front ideas Submitted
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Set Availability for Stock Designs

It would be very beneficial to have the ability to set the "Availability" of a stock design like we can with blank products.

There are many advantages of being able to choose which stores / groups can use certain designs, especially when using heat transfers. 

The "transfer" printing process involves heat pressing already printed designs onto apparel and accessory products, but the artwork needs to be limited to just certain stores. 

Not every affiliate wants to offer transfer designs. 

By ZACH DEWHURST on 20 June 2018Store front ideas Submitted
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Always display single price on Blank product page

In the blank product page, when we add more pieces of the same product, the overall price correctly updates, but the page stops showing the single product's price. 
This is a function currently available on the designer page (see attachment) as also  was on previous versions of DN.

‚ÄčIt would be nice being able to display both the overall price and the single price also on DN8. 

 

By Marco Vicenzetto on 25 May 2018Store front ideas Submitted
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Quick Quote- Brands

Currently on quick quote, none of the products have a brand logo or name associated with them. So if someone searches t-shirts, there may be 100 different t-shirts and there's no way for the customer to differentiate them.

I strongly feel that the products in Quick Quote should either have the Brand Logo on each item or have the Brand Name below the item image!