Why Do You Need To Create Customer Group In Magento 2?
Magento 2 provides us with 3 default customer groups namely General, Not Logged In and Wholesale. However, your Magento e-commerce business might have to deal with more types of purchasers such as Retailer and V.I.P. Therefore, in this tutorial we will show you how to create a custom customer group to meet your needs.
How To Create A New Customer Group In Magento 2?
There are just 3 simple steps to add a new customer group in Magento 2. Let’s get started!
Step 1: Go to the admin panel, navigate to STORES, click on Customer Groups under Other Settings
(Admin Panel => STORES => Customer Groups)
Step 2: Click on Add New Customer Group button
Step 3: Add information of the new group
Here you need to enter the new group name and then choose the tax class applied for this group. Save to complete the configuration.
How To Assign Customers To A Specific Customer Group In Magento 2?
Step 1: Go to the admin panel, navigate to CUSTOMERS and choose All Customers
(Admin Panel => CUSTOMERS => All Customers)
Step 2: Move the customer to a particular group
Choose the customer that you want to move by checking on the box.
Then, expand the Actions dropdown and choose to Assign a Customer Group.
Continue choosing the group that you want to move the selected customer into.
Finally, click on the Add New Customer button to complete.
We have shown you how to create a new customer group as well as how to assign a customer to another group in Magento 2. If you have any problems when following this tutorial, be free to ask us by leaving a comment below. See you in the next tutorials!
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