You can use categories to structure your product offering. Categories and their names do not become visible though. keylight's Subscription Suite offers parent-child relations between categories.

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Adding a Category

Supply a unique name in the Enter a name input field. Click on Add to add your category to the categories list.

Removing a Category

In the row of the respective category click on the Remove action. A message will ask for confirmation of the deletion. Child categories lose their parent but are not removed.

Editing a Category

Click into the row of the category you wish to edit.

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Change your category's name in the Name field.

Click on Save to store your changes.

 

Parent Categories

Your category can appear under different parent categories.

Example: Your Flip-Flop rental category could appear in the Swimwear rental category and in the Shoes rental category.

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Adding a Parent Category

To add a parent category here it must already exist. Type the name of the category into the Search field. Once you see the category you're looking for, click on Add.

Removing a Parent Category

In the row of the respective Parent Category click on the Remove action. A message will ask for confirmation of the deletion. The parent category itself stays unchanged - except losing a child.

 

Child Categories

As you can define parent categories you can also define child categories. As child categories must exist already you can also add the currently edited category later as a parent category when creating the child categories.

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Adding a Child Category

To add a child category, it must already exist. Type the name of the category into the Search field. Once you see the category you're looking for, click on Add.

Removing a Child Category

In the row of the respective Child Category click on the Remove action. A message will ask for confirmation of the deletion. The Child Category itself stays unchanged - except losing a parent, i.e. becoming an orphan.

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