Setting up filters based on custom taxonomies on WooCommerce

If you use WooCommerce custom taxonomies as extra product data in your store, you can set up filters based on them to allow customers to navigate through search results in your store easier.


This feature is available for the plugin v.1.0.11 or later.

To set up filters based on custom product taxonomies, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Searchanise settings: WordPress admin panel > Settings > Searchanise (the plugin v. 1.0.11 or earlier) or WordPress admin panel > WooCommerce > Settings > Searchanise (v. 1.0.12 or later).
  2. Select custom taxonomies based on which you want to create filters in the Custom taxonomies field.

    Setting up filters based on custom taxonomies on WooCommerce

  3. Save the changes. Catalog indexation will be started automatically.

That’s it. After the indexation is complete, the filters for the selected custom taxonomies will be created. They will appear in the Searchanise control panel > Filters > Filter list. If you would like, you can adjust them there, for example, change the order or titles.

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Updated on March 22, 2023

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