The bulk editor feature for the ROOKIE (free) plan is available on app credits basis.
You can learn more about our plans and the app credits here ;)
Let's start with some basics. The bulk editor is a feature that allows you to add, update or delete a metafield for all products, product variants, collections, customers, orders at once. In addition to this, we've developed an advanced filtering system making it possible to apply the bulk edits only to the resources matching your specific criteria.
For example, you can add a season sale metafield for a specific vendor's products or update a tab content for every single product with just one click. Awesome, right? Now, let's see how it works.
First, go to the app section of your Shopify admin panel:
and select our awesome app:
Once there, go to "Bulk actions -> Bulk editor":
Next, you can proceed with the bulk editing or apply some filters to narrow down the list of the resource to be edited (if needed).
Configuring filters is a pretty easy task. Just hit the "Add new filter" button, choose a property to filter the resources by and enter the matching conditions.
And just like that, you can combine multiple filters (even group of filters) for ultimate precision. If you've finished creating the filters or decided to skip them, press "Continue" button to move on.
Let's see the controls in details
1) Action type selector. Here you can switch between 3 available bulk action types: "create or metafields", "delete metafields" and "change namespace or key";
2) Metafield type selector;
3) Metafield namespace input;
4) Metafield key input
5) Metafield value input (this input might look differently depending on the metafield type you've selected)
6) Add new action button allows you to add more bulk actions (up to 3 in total)
7) Delete button allows you to remove a bulk action if needed
Now that we're familiar with the control panel, enter the attributes of a metafled you'd like to be created, updated or deleted and press "Apply X actions" button.
There is a limit for the number of the concurrent bulk actions at a time - 3. This had to be set in order to be sure that Shopify servers would be able to handle all the requests.