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Customers Overview
Customer accounts represent the end users of your site(s) who have either registered with your business or purchased from you, or both. A customer account allows you to view and manage a visitor's activity across all sites associated with a te...
Manage Customer Accounts
While you can't create new accounts from the Customers UI (as that must be done while checking out an order or via API), you can view and edit existing customers. For more details about changing a customer's account password or updating it...
Customer Account Access
You can control customer account access by resetting passwords, disabling accounts, and unlocking accounts (which may have been locked due to the user failing to input the correct password).  Reset Shopper Passwords You can reset a customer...
Customer Attributes
Customer attributes are attributes that you can apply to customer accounts to add further definition for special uses, such as marketing campaigns, or discounts. These are primarily used by instances of the Kibo Composable Commerce Platform with t...
Customer Segments
Customer segments allow you to group accounts together for special uses, such as marketing initiatives, discounts, or price lists. Segments can be more useful than attributes for creating broad customer classifications. For example, you want to r...
Customer Sets
Customer sets allow you to control the specific sites your customers can access using the same login credentials, as well as what customer My Account information is shared between sites. Customer accounts can only belong to one customer set at a t...
Customer Purchase Orders
Kibo eCommerce's purchase order functionality allows your shoppers to use a purchase order as a payment method on your storefront. Before a customer can use the purchase order payment method on your storefront, you must first enable the purch...