In this 7-part series, we will answer all of your questions about Customer Groups in Magento 2 and break down everything you need to know to create and configure customer groups on your Magento 2 store.
This is part three out of seven, we will be learning how to create a new customer group for your Magento 2 store.
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Creating a New Customer Group in Magento 2
Creating new customer groups is quick and easy from your Magento 2 backend admin – only three simple steps.
Navigate to Stores > Other Settings > Customer Groups:
On the Customer Groups page, Magento will list of all your currently existing customer groups in a filterable table:
Click the orange “Add New Customer Group” button – this will bring up a New Customer Group form for you to fill out.
On the New Customer Group form, enter a new, unique group name to identify the new customer group by and then select a tax class from the dropdown to assign it to.
When you are done, be sure to save your new customer group by clicking the Save Customer Group button at the top right.
You should now have an understanding of how to create a new customer group in Magento 2.
More questions about customer groups? Tune into the rest of the series where we cover:
- Magento 2 – Customer Group Basics
- Magento 2 – Changing the Default Customer Group Settings
- Adding Customers to a Customer Group in Magento 2
- Assigning Tax Rules to a Customer Group in Magento 2
- Assigning Promotional Rules to a Customer Group in Magento 2
- Setting Group Specific Pricing to a Customer Group in Magento 2
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Amber is a Project Manager at Customer Paradigm. She is a Magento enthusiast who loves helping her clients learn and have all the necessary tools to manage, make decisions and get the most out of their e-commerce business. Outside of the office, Amber enjoys skiing, painting and playing the piano.