Would be nice to have an add to cart button within a Collection List of products so you could add those products directly to the cart in "browse" mode.
Now you can put add to cart buttons within Collection Lists to let customers get to checkout faster — or create custom “quick view” modal experiences. Read more in our update.
On top of this, really wish there was quick remove from cart once added.
Indeed, as everyone said, would be nice to simplify the "add to cart" button. To create rapid order. And I don't understand but when I want to put a "add to cart" button in my link product (from a collection), it says that's impossible...
A "div product block" where we can insert the "add to cart" button (without quantity option) would be the dream :)
I was hoping to create a product lightbox interaction with an add to cart for a store where a super quick buy of multiple items is required. Not loading a product page would have been a good ux I feel.
Having the option to add a product directly from a list feels like a basic requirement to me. As someone else here rightly pointed out, not having this ability really dictates UX.
There are many use cases where users shouldn't need to be directed to a product page. For example for simple items that don't need a lot of explanation (Food) where you'd want users to add things, like a groceries list.
An essential requirement in my opinion currently UI and UX design are heavily dictated as a result and not every Use Case requires a click through to a detail page.
Yes. I rarely even add items from a collection without a collection list. Please add!
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