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08/13/2019 03:57:15 PM (10 months ago)
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  • Ticket #47012, comment 30

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    11@DeFries yes, that would be the case with this approach. The idea being to create the expectation that anything WooCommerce-related lives in the WooCommerce meta menu - whether it's a setting, content management, or more abstract features like order management.
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    3 This also allows us to tailor the menu order accordingly. For example - when you're managing your "site" content is likely going to feature very frequently in that workflow, so it makes sense for it to be the first menu item. But with an eCommerce store, inventory management is generally secondary to other tasks like checking reports, fulfilling orders, moderating reviews, marketing the store etc, so it makes sense for those sections to have more prominence than "content management".
     3This also allows us to tailor the menu order accordingly. For example - when you're managing your "site", content is likely going to feature very frequently in that workflow, so it makes sense for it to be the first menu item. But with an eCommerce store, inventory management is generally secondary to other tasks like checking reports, fulfilling orders, moderating reviews, marketing the store etc, so it makes sense for those sections to have more prominence than "content management".
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    55Pictures don't always do these things justice so I threw a very rough CodePen together for y'all to play around with: https://s.codepen.io/jameskoster/debug/JjPGrYq