Creating promo codes in online store

Now, in the settings of your online store, you can create promo codes for your customers. By going to the "Promo codes" section in the site settings, you can click on the "Add promo code" button and enter all the necessary information: the name of the promotion (for example, "Summer Sale"), the promo code that you will provide to customers (for example, SUMMER25), and the discount amount either as a percentage or a fixed sum. You can also set a limit on the number of times the promo code can be used and make it applicable only to orders of products from certain categories in your store, and also specify the minimum order amount for the promo code to apply.

Due to this update, the promo code input field will be automatically added to the shopping cart for all new stores. If your store is already created or you want to hide this field, you can manage its display on the shopping cart page in the editor.

Have a nice shopping trip!

Selecting multiple emails in contact forms

We added an option to select multiple emails to receive responses from contact forms. This feature will allow you to manage clients’ replies more conveniently. Now, in the “Integrations” tab you can toggle the Email switch and select varying emails for different contact forms on your website. 

By default, newly added emails in the site settings do not automatically become active in the contact form settings — notifications to a specific email should be manually activated in all the needed contact forms.

Gaps between icons in the “Social icons”

We added an option to set the gap between social network icons in the “Social icons” element, allowing you to better customize this element on your website. To set the gap, you need to go to the element settings, into the “Style” tab, and set the custom gap. The max gap is 100 px.

New absolute element “Menu” in Flex block

Now, you can add the “Menu” in the Flex block, which will allow you to better arrange interactive elements on your website. The settings of the “Menu” element include changing the width, font, colors and size of the text, the menu type (horizontal or vertical), and specifying a gap between menu items.

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