Customer Access feature overviewEdit on GitHub
Customer Access lets store administrators define whether certain information is visible to logged-out users.
The feature lets you give your customers the ability to hide content from customers that are not logged in to their shop. You can restrict access to prices, products, product availability, carts, and shopping lists.
A Back Office user can manage customer access in Customer > Customer Access. They can hide the following content types:
- price: a customer does not see the price if they are not logged in:
Settings in Admin UI (on the left)
Shop application (on the right)
order-place-submit: after selecting Checkout, the customer is taken to the login page.
add-to-cart: to add an item to the cart, a customer needs to log in.
wishlist: Add to wishlist button is not available for a logged-out user.
shopping-list: Add to shopping list button is not available for a logged-out user.
By default, all content types are hidden for a logged-out user.
A developer can add more content types on a project level.
Even if the Add to Cart button is available, an unauthenticated customer is redirected to the login page after clicking it.
Related Business User articles
|BACK OFFICE USER GUIDES|
|Manage customer access|
Related Developer articles
|INSTALLATION GUIDES||GLUE API GUIDES||TUTORIALS AND HOWTOS|
|Customer access feature integration||Retrieving protected resources||Managing customer access to Glue API resources|
|Glue API Customer access feature integration|
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