Our application pushes down out-of-stock products to the bottom of the collection, then sorts in-stock products according to your collection sorting choice.
If a product is out of stock longer than the day you specified, it is automatically hidden.
If an item is back in stock, it is also published automatically.
With these functionalities, our application increases click-through to available products and your store's conversion rate.
Keeping the page of a sold-out product available for search engines preserves its SEO power and increases all store's organic traffic.
By hiding the products that you don't replenish, your store is always seen well organized.
Firstly, our app sets the sorting type as "Manually" in the Shopify Admin and controls this way order of products for enabled collections. It pushes down the out-of-stock-products and sorts in-stock products according to your sorting choice on selected collections. Whenever you want to turn back to the previous state, you can disable the collection.
Secondly, when it's time to hide a product, the application makes the product unpublish for enabled collections. If the item is back in stock, it is also published automatically. You can see these changes on Shopify Admin.
All Shopify stores have a page at the URL your-store.com/collections/all that lists all of the store's visible products. It is the store's catalog page, so it's not a collection; our application cannot access this page.
To make visible the catalog page on our application, you have to create an "All products" collection. To create it, you can follow this tutorial: Change Your Catalog Page.
After that, you can see and enable the collection on the app.
If hiding/unhiding features are enabled, they apply all products.
Unfortunately, no. The application does not access the search results page because it doesn't exist as a collection.
Unfortunately, no. If the sorting rule is changed, our application cannot control the pages, so Shopify sorts them according to the chosen rule.
If an item is selling as a backorder, the application doesn't see it as out of stock when its inventory level zero or lower. Therefore, these products aren't pushed down to the bottom of the collection or are hidden never. If you think the application should apply differently, please let us know.
The collection is disabled automatically on the application.
The vendor collections that have links look like this: your-store.com/collections/vendors?q=brand, are virtual collections. Unfortunately, our application doesn't have access to this type of collection.
To manage vendor collections, you can create automated collections based on vendors in Shopify. To create vendor based collections, you can check this tutorial: Set conditions based on vendor.
After that, you can link to these collections in your theme. Your new link looks like this: your-store.com/collections/vendors-brand.
This way, our application sees the vendor collections, and you can enable them to move out-of-stock items to the bottom.