Conditional logic for product variants allows you to decide which options to display based on customer choices during the checkout process. It dynamically adjusts options, pricing, and add-ons to provide a personalized shopping experience. Conditional logic works by showing different options based on customer selections. For example, if a customer chooses a specific product variant, such as a red t-shirt, the website will display available sizes for red t-shirts. Conditional logic tailors the shopping experience based on customer choices. Setting up conditional logic is easy with Checkout Page, and it seamlessly integrates with Stripe, no-code needed.
"is" conditional logic example
Show specific options when a customer selects a choice (e.g., displaying available sizes for a selected t-shirt color)
"is not" conditional logic example
Display options when a customer doesn't select a specific choice (e.g., hiding a bonus for basic members but showing it for premium members).
"is empty" conditional logic example
"Is empty" logic: Show additional options when a pre-selected choice is unselected or empty (e.g., displaying an alternative selection if customers remove a pre-selected option).
"is not empty" conditional logic example
"Is not empty" logic: Display specific options when a choice is not empty (e.g., showing map bundles as upsells after selecting a travel guide).