Product variants can be managed in different ways, depending on your needs. For example, if you’re selling a range of products with similar specs, such as apparel sizes, you can use a master product template to create variants. This creates a “master” product listing, which is then cloned to create a variant for each size, colour or other option.
Another option is to use a content management system (CMS) that allows you to create individual product listings for each variant. This allows you to add unique photos, descriptions and pricing for each option.
For products that involve a large number of options, such as furniture or computers, you may want to use a combination of both master products and individual product listings. This allows you to have a “base” product and a range of options that can be chosen to customize the end product.
Whichever method you use, it's important to ensure that your product variants are properly managed. Having a structured approach can help ensure accuracy and reduce the time spent updating product listings and managing inventory.