With this activity rule, your customers can earn points by purchasing any product or products from a collection you have in your store.
In order to set this activity rule, please follow the instructions below:
Go to Activity Rules
Click on Add Rule
Click on the Create Rule button in the New Customer section.
In the Name section, name the Activity Rule.
For Customer Facing Label, describe the activity rule with a brief explanation on how points can be earned.
For Base Points, input the amount of points a customer gets once the conditions of this activity rule are met.
Auto Approval Days can be set if you wish to give yourself time to approve customers' loyalty points upon completing activity rules. If you do not manually approve the points yourself during the interval you set (in days), after it passes, the points will automatically be assigned to the customers' accounts. Put "0" into this field if you want the points to be assigned to customer accounts immediately.
Click the checkbox for Enable Activity Interval Per Customer if you want to limit how many times a customer can complete this activity rule per given interval of time (days, weeks, months, years, or lifetime).
In Collections, click the button to bring up a pop-up menu where you can select the Shopify collection of your choosing to configure with this activity rule.
For Notification, you can input a message customers will get when they get their points.
For Rule Status, set the activity rule as either Active or Paused.
When you are finished, scroll back up and hit the Save button. Now you're done!
Now let’s talk about use cases. In other words, what kinds of situations would this activity rule prove useful for you, as the merchant?
The use cases for this rule are quite similar to that of Buying a Specific Product. The first application worth noting is new collection launches. If you introduce a new collection of products into your store, you may want to direct your customers’ attention to it to help drive sales, and this activity rule can help with that.
The other is a targeted sales strategy. If there were a specific collection of products in your store that you wanted to sell out more quickly than others, this rule, again, will come in handy.