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Add a repeater field to the product. Repeaters fields can hold a subset of fields inside them and these fields are repeated when the user click the ”+” button.

At the top of the configuration you will find a preview of how your repeater will be displayed

Add Field

Add a new field inside the repeater. you can edit the field individually



Label: Label of the repeater

Field Type

Defines how the repeater behave, currently there are two behaviors

Add or remove button

This behavior will add “Add” and “Remove” buttons so the users can add or remove items at will

You can also set a maximum number of items, the user won’t be able to add more than the selected maximun number.

Add or remove fields, you can also define the maximum number of repetitions

Repeat it a defined number of times

In this behavior you will define how many times a field will be repeated directly in the designer. The add and remove buttons that are added in the previous behavior won’t be added when you use this one.

Show Subtotal: Show a subtotal in the repeater

Edit the number of

Required: Make the repeater field required. Required fields should at least have one non empty item.


Pricing type: Show the type of price the repeater is going to use


The field name is used when you wan to access the field programmatically through the API


Enable Show/Hide Conditions

Allows you to show or hide the dropdown only if the conditions are met.

Enable Custom Validations (Full Version Only)

You can create custom validations for each field. When a field is not valid it can display a configurable text bellow it.


Edit the appearance of the fields, subtotal and total

Custom Actions

Allow you to do advance configurations and actions with the field using JavaScript.

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