With Magento 2 demo, you can imagine how a Magento website operates and how to configure to meet store requirements. Hence, we want to give you a Magento 2 demo with sample data which gives you the adequate complements of a website.
By experiencing features of default on this Magento 2 demo, you – as a store owner can know whether Magento is suitable for your store or not and then make the final decision.
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Magento 2 demo – the latest versions
Magento launched the 2.3.0 version in November 2018 with the resolution of security issues and many enhancements. So far, the latest versions are v2.3.4 and v2.3.5. Check this Magento 2 demo here:
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Magento 2 Frontend Demo
It is a website with Magento 2 Luma theme – the default theme. You can easily change Magento Luma theme to another theme – Blank theme in the backend.
This Magento 2 demo site allows you to experience a sample site that includes all product types Magento supports. You can check products in each category to see how product types are displayed on the frontend and whether their display is different from Magento 1.
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Magento 2 admin demo
This is the Magento backend where you will make all configurations for Magento demo and check data of sales, customers, Marketing and so on.
When you login to Magento 2 admin demo, the first thing you can see is Dashboard with a lot of general information on sales, orders, revenue, search terms and so on.
Compared to Magento 1, data complements displayed on the Dashboard of Magento backend are the same except for the way how the admin panel navigation is positioned. Magento 2 puts the admin panel to the right sidebar instead of on the header as Magento 1.
Hence, it seems that Magento 2 backend is more optimized about the interface and also is easier for users to navigate to configurations.
In Magento 2 Dashboard, there is an additional new element called Advanced Reporting, which provides you with access to a suite of dynamic reports. It is based on your product, order, and customer data, with a personalized dashboard that is tailored to your business needs. After clicking the button, you are redirected to another page to see the report.
However, to get it in hand, you have to follow some requirements and make more configurations in the Magento backend. For more information, please read this article: Advanced Reporting.
In this section of Magento backend, you can explore all sale documents of your business such as Order, Invoices, Shipments, Credit Memo, Dispatches, Billing Agreements and Transactions.
Different from Magento 1, Sales in Magento 2 does not include Tax and Term & Conditions while it also adds a new part of Dispatches – specifying shipments that are ready to ship.
- Orders: you can check an Order grid table which shows the most general information of all Orders recorded in the store. Such data as purchase point, purchase date, bill-to-name, ship-to-name, grand total, status and so on determine what an order includes and if you go to each order, you can easily check the more detailed information of that order (billing address, shipping address, payment, order comment,…).
Furthermore, besides recording orders made by customers on the frontend, you – as an administrator can absolutely create orders right in the Order section by clicking Create New Order button.
- Invoices: After generating invoices for customers, all invoices are shown in this grid table with the necessary information: Invoice number, Invoice date, Order number, Order date, Billing-to-name and so on. Click View to check more details of each order.
- Shipments: this section also does manage all shipments generated by admin. The grid table includes Shipment number, Shipment date, Order number, Order date, Ship-to-name, Total quantity, and the action column.
- Credit Memos: In case you have to refund for customers, you will create Credit Memos and they are managed in this section with Credit memo number, created time, Order number, Bill-to-name, Status and Refunded amount.
- Transactions: it lists all payment activity that has taken place between your store and external payment systems.
If you want to create products and categories for your new website, this is the place you definitely have to navigate.
In comparison with Magento 1, Catalog tab is much more simple and specified with fewer parts (2 parts). There are no Attributes, URL rewrite management, Search terms, Reviews and rating, and Google sitemap anymore, but it now concentrates on Products and Categories only.
It is easy to add new products for your website and all products are also displayed in the grid table which tells you the most general information. Besides, to edit each product, you need to navigate to the Edit action to be redirected to the detail edit page.
In this demo, Magento provides you plenty of products that belong to all product types the default supports. You can search for it by using the filtering function in the Magento bakend product grid.
To group products in suitable categories, you can create a lot of different categories for your website here. Depending on your demand and intention to build a category structure, you might create parent categories and sub-categories and then assign products to the right one.
This section tells you everything about your customers who register accounts or purchase products on your site or are online at the present and also about customer groups you are owning.
- All Customers: there is a grid table showing all available customers along with their detailed information on your site. These customers, as mentioned above, are collected via creating accounts or buying products on the frontend or admin can absolutely add new customers on their own.
- Now Online: specifies who are visiting your website at the present.
- Customer Groups: allows you to create your wanted customer groups depending on your business.
It is a very new section added to Magento 2 compared to Magento 1. Marketing now contains a lot of features, from Promotions, Emails, Automation to SEO & Search which can help you to enhance Marketing activities more effectively.
- Promotions: you can set up discount rules for your store on special occasions to boost up sales. Magento 2 does support Shopping cart price rule and Catalog price rule with specific functions to diversify your promotion campaigns.
- Communications: It includes all kinds of emails that you need to run your business such as Register Notification Email, Order confirmation email, and so on. You can select default email templates or freely customize as you want.
- SEO & Search: It contains the most fundamental complements to optimize search engines and customer search experience. By taking advantage of these features, you might have a more SEO-friendly user-friendly website than ever and keep control of all SEO & Search activities on the site.
- User Content: It records all customer reviews for products in a grid table.
- Social: Magento 2 supports connecting your store to Facebook with some additional configurations. This is a very great way for your business to widen social networks while Facebook has been powerfully growing over the world. Hence, it is considered a very new and necessary function to assist stores to enhance brands via social channels.
- Marketing Automation: is a cloud-based tool powered by dotmailer that produces professional, personalized email communications and reports using data from your Magento store.
This content section in Magento backend allows you to create content and manage the presentation or interface of your storefront. It is more diverse than Magento 1 because it also contains configurations about design, and themes that determine how your website is displayed for visitors. In Magento 1, you need to navigate to another section to configure themes and design.
- Content Elements: you can freely create CMS pages with texts and images, dynamic Blocks and Widgets to add to the website.
- Design: it focuses on the layout of the website, themes changes, and schedules for design changes on special occasions.
Magento 2 brings very detailed reports of everything you need to have the most general overview of the business. You will have data on Marketing, Sales, Customers, Reviews, Products,… to make an evaluation of business efficiencies as well as give new strategies based on those statistics.
It is also a new section Magento 2 included in the menu sidebar and it is is not available in Magento 1 because Magento 1 divides these elements of Stores into different sections. Stores now contain 6 main elements: Settings, Attributes, Multi-Source Inventory, Taxes, Shipping, and Currency.
- Settings: is one of the most important parts of Magento 2 backend, especially Configuration because it is a place where all configurations are set up to take actions on the frontend.
- Attributes: create and manage all product attributes
- Inventory (from Magento 2.3.0): Create sources, stocks and manage inventory. Read more about Mult source inventory here.
- Taxes: create tax zones, tax rates, and tax rules to apply to products or customers.
- Currency: manage currency rate and currency symbol on your website.
In this section, you can perform more settings on your website such as import and export data, manage security and permissions, install extensions and integrations, and use the many tools that are available to maintain your store at peak performance.
More useful Magento 2 extensions
If you are running a B2B business, this extension should be an assistant for your store. A bunch of small B2B modules that target each specific demand of a wholesale business cover from A to Z in the customer flow (Login – Shopping – Checkout). Each stage in the purchase process is optimized to increase customer shopping experience, better B2B management, and generate sales.
The Magento 2 SEO Suite extension provides you with a complete solution to leverage SEO rankings of your site. It makes the default SEO features more advanced and adds new functions to enhance the SEO performance of your website.
Complicated checkout no longer ruins your site with the Magento 2 One Step Checkout module. Customers now can check out conveniently and promptly in a single checkout. No need to go back or further to edit information anymore. Besides, the check out page performs more functions to help buyers get the best shopping experience at the end of the purchase process:
- GeoIP auto detects customer location
- Auto suggest and complete shipping address
- Delivery date, order comment, gift wrap,…
This module creates a quicker purchase than ever when customers add products to cart on the list pages via popup. The step of navigating to the product page is removed from the purchase process. Even custom options can be selected directly on the popup.
Business targeting multiple international markets should equip this module for websites. Using customer IP addresses, the extension will redirect them to the right store view corresponding to the country or region. What’s more, display currencies are automatically switched to the proper currency of the customer store view. That’s great, right?