When a product is showing 'out of stock' on my site, I want a customer to be able to click the button which will open a pre-populated email template. As of right now, all I have managed to do is change the 'out of stock' to say 'contact for a quote'. I've tried to follow this (https://help.shopify.com/en/themes/customization/products/add-to-cart/replace-add-to-cart-button) tutorial, however when it comes to creating an alternate product template, I do not have the right files to do this for some reason. I'm using Empire 2.0. Any help?
Well, the process follows like this in Shopify. Usually when the item goes out of stock, clicking on "request" button will open a contact form and then customer fills all the relevant details. Once that is submitted, you will get all the details and contact customer once the item is back in stock.
Hope it helps!
Thanks @Qualitycheck , though that's not what I want to achieve, sorry if I've been unclear! As of right now, if a product is unavailable, it will say 'contact for a quote', not 'out of stock' as I changed this. I want the 'out of stock' button to be clickable, and once clicked, a pre-populated email template to open so the customer can send us an email requesting a quote.
Does that make sense?