When you rate products in Commerce, the rates automatically save back to the Menu and into the first product plan. There are two ways to spread the rated products across to all product plans. The first way is to use the copy function in Menu.

The copy function allows rates that are listed in Option 1 to filter across to all plans. This feature is ideal to use when there will not be any variation to the product type, coverages, deductibles, or surcharges listed on the printed menu.

You will begin by clicking on the Rate All link and navigating to the Commerce tab. Select the desired products and coverages. The rates filter into the Menu and populate in the first product option. Click on Copy. The rates from option 1 will be copied into all options. Select or unselect which products to include or exclude in each option and print the menu for your customer.

The second way to spread the rated products across all plans is to create multiple proposals in Commerce. This feature is ideal to use when you want the ability to customize products that would include different product types, coverages, deductibles, and surcharges.

You will begin by clicking on the Rate All link and navigating to the Commerce tab. Select the desired products. The selected products save back into the Menu and populate in the first product option. In order to spread rates into the other product columns, you would either clone Proposal 1 or create a new proposal.

If you wanted to keep the products selected in Proposal 1 but change the coverages of the products, you would click the clone icon to clone Proposal 1 and make the changes in the newly created Proposal 2. If you wanted to offer completely different products than originally selected, you would click the plus icon to create a blank proposal. You would create as many proposals as you have product option columns in Menu and rate products in each one. Once you have built the menu as desired, you can move forward with printing the menu and presenting it to your customer.

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