Can someone explain the highlighted statement? I’m trying to understand why variants are not allowed for products that are sold. We have a usecase where variants in sale items makes sense. I guess the same apples in retail industry that has numerous SKUs of a single product which can be treated as variants (size, shape & color).
The variant itself can be sold, but the original item becomes a template, and cannot.
As far as I’ve seen, the reason is that all items sold should be variants (that is to say, they should all have a size, color, etc.)
If you were to select the template, then you would effectively choose the item without a size or color.
That helps. Thanks @cpurbaugh