Do you wish to Manage your WooCommerce Checkout page, the advanced way? Worry no more! Because WooCommerce Checkout Manager is now available at your service.
Today, I am going to discuss with our readers a new plugin called the WooCommerce Checkout Manager. This plugin enables you to easily customize and manage different fields of your WooCommerce Checkout page. Fields such as rename, reorder, hide and extended Checkout fields within the Billing, Shipping, and Additional sections can all be organized using.
So let’s not waste any more time and get into the details of it.
Some Features of WooCommerce Checkout Manager
Following are some of the features that WooCommerce Checkout Manager offers,
- You can add new fields to the checkout page and reorder them.
- You can make checkout fields optional.
- You can easily Remove & Make required fields.
- You can easily upload files on Checkout Page.
- You can quickly Sort Orders by Field Name.
- You can Export Orders by Field Name.
- Easily Create Conditional Fields.
- Easily Create fields to remove the tax.
- You can Create fields to add amount.
- You can Replace Text using Text/ Html Swapper.
- Display Order Time.
- Set Default State for checkout.
Installing WooCommerce Checkout Manager
If you are familiar with WordPress, then this step is irrelevant. However, if you are new to WordPress then let me give you a step-by-step instruction guide on how you can install and activate this plugin.
- Make sure you have the WooCommerce plugin installed and activated. For Woocommerce installation, you can read our post on how to install and setup a WooCommerce store.
- You can download the free plugin from WordPress Official. It would be a zip file as the plugin is available in the official repository.
- Login to your WordPress admin dashboard. Navigate to Plugins >> Add New >> Upload Plugin.
- Then, upload the plugin zip file and click “Install Now”.
- After successfully installing, click “Activate Plugin” to get started.
You can also use the alternative method by installing WooCommerce Checkout Manager Plugin. From your WordPress Admin Panel, navigate to Plugins >> Add New. Search for “WooCommerce Checkout Manager” from the top right search bar. As soon as you find it, click on Install Now.
After successful installation of the plugin, click on Activate Plugin. For further reference, check out the image below.
Once your plugin is activated, you can see a new option “WooCheckout” menu appear at the left side of your WordPress screen. You can further access the options field of your WooCommerce Checkout Manager.
After activating the plugin, you will see “WooCheckout” menu appear on the left side menu in WordPress. This option enables you to access the following,
The General settings allow you to tweak around with the general features of the plugin. Under the General settings, you can see the following tabs:
- Uploads: You can see the general file upload options here.
- Hide Address Fields: Here you can Disable Billing Address fields for certain products.
- Checkout Notices: You can see the Position for notification options here.
- Switches: Here you can set the General Switches and also set the Additional Fields Position on the Checkout page.
- Order Notes: You can set Order Notes here.
- Custom CSS: You can add custom CSS here whatever you want to add.
- Advanced: This is the advanced option here you can delete some options like Orders Post meta, User Post meta, etc.
Billing / Shipping
The Billing/Shipping option enables users to customize multiple shipping options such as which country the product is being delivered or what kind of data type is required for billing. You can change these fields as per your preferences addressing following attributes label, placeholder, etc. One of the best things about this option is that you can add new fields by simply clicking Add New Fields.
Below is a screenshot that spotlights how this option looks on the user’s end.
The additional tab enables you to add additional information to whatever you want to add such as Textarea field, Password field, Checkbox field, Radio button field, and so on.
Import is another option that you can see under the WooCheckout tab. With this option, you can import General Settings or new Billing, Shipping or Additional fields exported from the WooCheckout > Export screen back into WooCheckout.
Meanwhile, you can also read How to Add Additional Custom Fields Into WooCommerce Checkout Page through coding.
So ladies and gentlemen, in my opinion, that’s all there is to it. I hope you found this specific article quite informative. We have discussed in detail the different features of WooCommerce Checkout Manager plugin. If you have any query or suggestions available for this tutorial, in particular, feel free to leave a comment in the provided section below.
Saud is the WordPress Community Manager at Cloudways - A Managed WooCommerce Hosting Platform. Saud is responsible for creating buzz, spread knowledge, and educate the people about WordPress in the Community around the globe. In his free time, he likes to play cricket and learn new things on the Internet. You can email him at email@example.com
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