In this article, we will explain how to create a product attribute set in Magento 2. Let’s find out how you can do it.
While creating products in Magento 2, the product attribute set is used to describe that particular type of product (e.g., color, size, material, weather, bag, weight, material). In Magento 2, you may use product attribute sets to simplify your product management by eliminating the requirement to give each attribute to a product individually.
Magento 2 includes product attributes by default, but you can add your own! If you sell products that require specific types of information, such as cameras, it may be preferable to create a dedicated attribute set that includes the specific attributes that are required to describe the product.
Using the admin panel, you can create an attribute set. In this article, we will focus on the other points.
Step-1: Go to the Admin sidebar and go to Stores > Attributes > Attribute Set. and click on Add Attribute Set.
Step-2: Fill up the attribute set data
Step-3: after that, the attribute set edit page will appear, with an editable Attribute Set Name, Groups of Attributes assigned to this attribute set, and Unassigned Attributes.
Drag an attribute from the Unassigned Attributes list to the appropriate folder in the Groups column to add a new attribute to the set.
Note: System attributes are marked with a dot and are not editable in the Groups list. However, they can be dragged to a different group in the attribute set.
You can add a new group by clicking the “Add New” button. You can also delete the attribute group by clicking on it and then clicking the Delete Selected Group button. When you’re finished, don’t forget to click the Save button.
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