Welcome to the updated & revised Magmi course!
This is version 2 of the original Magmi course we created over a year ago and taking on board the thousands of questions & comments from business owners like yourself, we’ve made getting to grips using Magmi easier than ever before.
If you’d like to learn how to create & update products in Magento faster than ever before than this course is for you. If you’d like to learn the advanced features of Magmi, then this course is also for you.
Course Introduction Video
Press Play on the video below to find out everything you’re going to learn in this course.
Who is this Course For?
- This course is aimed specifically at users of Magento that have no prior knowledge of using Magmi.
- However advanced users, such as developers will appreciate the “bonus” tutorials that cover specific plugins in much more depth
What Will You Learn in This Course?
We work to a methodology of Crawl > Walk > Run, so starting with the basics you’ll get Magmi up & running in no time.
For ease this course is broken into two parts, the “Basics” and “Bonus” tutorials.
In the “Basics” part you’ll learn how to get up & running with Magmi quickly using lots of practical examples.
Follow us along will together we learn how to install Magmi, how to update product prices & stock levels and then move on to more complex operations, such as creating configurable products.
And in the “Bonus” tutorials, this is where we cover the advanced options to using Magmi.
You’ll learn the quick way of creating lots of categories in Magento, to how to change your Magmi database details over if you move hosting accounts. We even go as far as how to programmatically create & update products in Magento using the Magmi “Data Pump API” and for huge imports, you’ll learn how to use the Magmi CLI interface too.
A full list of the available tutorials are below. There will be a minimum of 36 tutorials when the course is fully complete.
What is Needed to Start this Course?
You’ll need 3 things to be able to make the most from this course.
- A basic understanding of Magento ( If you don’t have this yet, see this free course )
- A Magento install hosted on the internet ( we just mean normal web hosting, not a “localhost” install )
- And UnderstandingE Premium Account ( You can join or upgrade here )
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The delete plugin in the UnderstandingE version of Magmi is very useful, as it gives you the ability to delete a bulk of products. This tutorial shows you the right way of using the delete plugin in Magmi.
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