Customer Access feature overviewEdit on GitHub
Customer Access lets store administrators define whether a 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 be able to add an item to 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|
Are you a developer? See Customer Access feature walkthrough for developers.
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