To export a product variation in WooCommerce, simply create a new export in All Export › New Export, choose WooCommerce Products from the dropdown list, add the filter to match your specific variation, and then run the export.

You can also export a product variation using the default WordPress exporter, but it doesn't provide as much functionality and control as WP All Export does, especially for product variation and attribute data.

How to Export a Product Variation in WooCommerce

Here are the steps needed to export a product variation in WooCommerce:

  1. Install the Pro versions of WP All Export and the WooCommerce Export Add-On.
  2. Navigate to All Export › New Export and choose WooCommerce Products from the dropdown list.
  3. Input a filter to target the specific product variation that you want to export.
  4. Set up the product and variation export columns.
  5. Run the export and download the export file.

You don't always need to define a filter for product variation exports. To export all product variations, follow the same steps from above but do the following:

  1. While setting up the export columns, click on Advanced Options.
  2. Under Product Variations, choose Only export product variations.

This will export all product variation data and exclude all parent products from the export.

To alter a product variation during the export, use custom PHP code: How to Pass Exported WordPress Data Through PHP Functions. There's also an option to create dynamic product variation columns during the export.

If needed, you can send the exported product variation to a third-party service using Zapier. Alternatively, you can use custom code and WP All Export's API (see Action Reference).

To modify a product variation outside of WooCommerce, export it, edit it in a spreadsheet and then re-import it. For more information, see How to Bulk Edit WooCommerce Products.

Note, product variation data is exported to a CSV file format by default. If you prefer working with XML or Excel, just change the export file type in the Drag & Drop screen. Product variation data is often easier to visualize in the indented XML format.

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