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Purchase Patterns

Purchase Patterns

Easily keep track of products customers bought together — for Craft Commerce 2

Requirements

This plugin requires Craft CMS 3.0.0 or later, and Craft Commerce 2.0.0-beta.2 or later.

Installation

Purchasable via the Plugin Store.

Usage

Use the craft.purchasePatterns.related function in your templates to get related products that customers also bought.

ProductQuery related ( Product|Order $target [, int $limit = 8 [, ProductQuery $paddingQuery = null ] ] )

The function returns a ProductQuery, so you can include additional query parameters as needed. The id parameter is already set and shouldn't be overridden.

{% set customersAlsoBought = craft.purchasePatterns.related(
    product,
    10
).fixedOrder(true).all() %}

Setting fixedOrder to true will sort the products by times purchased together.

The paddingQuery allows you to specify a ProductQuery that will be used to pad out the related results if they fall below the given limit. This query should NOT include things like order, limit, or execution commands like all.

{% set customersAlsoBought = craft.purchasePatterns.related(
    order,
    20,
    craft.products.relatedTo(product.myCategory)
).orderBy('random()').all() %}

Editor's Note: random() is Postgres specific. Use RAND() for MySQL.

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