Welcome to Zoho Commerce!
So you've decided to sell your products online and build your very own e-commerce store.
Awesome! Using Zoho Commerce, you can create collections, manage orders, set up shipping, track metrics, accept online payments, and ultimately build your e-commerce website, all by yourself.
Getting around the interface might seem a bit perplexing at first glance, but don't worry, this guide has everything you'll need to get your store up and running.
If you already have a Zoho Books or Zoho Inventory account, select your organization during sign up so your online store gets synced to the same organization.
Products, Categories, and Collections
- How to add products and set up your store
- How to add product variants
- How to group products by category
- How to create collections
- How to set up payment providers
- How to set up your shipping zones and shipping rates
- How to add your taxes
- How to add brands
- How to view and update your stock
- How to add your staff
- How to add coupons
- How to set up your organization's profile
- How to modify your website's language, time, and date format
- How to modify your general preferences
- How to set up email notifications
- How to moderate reviews
- How to manage integrations
Here's what you'll need to do before launching your store:
- Choose a template for your site: Select from our range of beautifully-crafted templates to suit your business.
- Add your products, categories, and collections: Add the products you offer along with pictures and details. Group them into categories for easy navigation. Additionally, you may also create assorted collections of products.
- Choose a domain for your site: Map your existing domain or opt for a new domain. You can also choose to go with a sub-domain.
- Set up your payment providers, shipping rates, and taxes: Enable your payment providers, set up your shipping rates, and add your taxes.
- Customize your storefront: Add pages to your website and customize the look of your storefront to suit your preferences.
- Set up your email notifications: Set up the notifications you want to send to your customers and the ones you want to receive.