Step 4 – Manage WooCommerce
Step 4.1 – Arrange Reservations
A new order will appear each time your customer completes the checkout process. You can view the order by clicking on Orders on the left side of the menu.
Each booking has a unique ID and is filled with various details – customer email, contact number, address, payment method, and others. You can easily update order status from only one page. You can also perform other tasks, such as modifying items ordered, pricing, assigning taxes, and likes.
Step 4.2 – Organize Coupons
Giving a coupon is one of the best ways to market and sell your product. With WooCommerce, you can see the coupons you’ve added. You can also add new coupons in the Coupons page. If you want to edit the coupon, click its name and change it when necessary.
Step 4.3 – Organize the Report
Your online business performance will be visible on the Reports page. You can monitor the amount of goods purchased, gross sales, average daily sales, and other status.
You can even display statistics for separate products, product categories, or coupons. Choose the right time for you to create a report or report – last month, this month, the last seven days, or at any time, and click Go to run the report.
Step 4.4 – Settings
You can change the core things related to your online store on the Settings page. If you want to change location, type of currency used, or API settings, please visit this page. Make sure you check the instructions and explanations in each setting before making a big change. Check the available tabs and see what if you can change.
In this tab, you can change the store’s main settings, such as location, currency, enable / disable taxes, display notices for all visitors, and else.
In this tab you can change various product settings, such as measurement unit, enable / disable review (enable / disable review). On the Display page, you can make changes to the standard WooCommerce page, the standard category for the product, and the image size of the product. The default stock and enable / disable stock management options can be changed on the Inventory page. You can also enable the option to receive email notifications when a product has run out or is no longer available. If you sell a downloadable product, then on the Downloadable Products tab, specify the configuration for the download method and access restrictions when downloading.
This section will definitely be your favorite if the items sold are offered worldwide. On the Shipping tab, you can add shipping zones, shipping methods, and rates. You can even set different shipping rates to separate locations!
You can change your checkout settings and add new methods for payment in this tab. By installing the extension, the default WooCommerce setup allows you to select one of five payment methods. This topic will be discussed further in the next session related to WooCommerce tutorial. Through the Checkout tab, you can also install HTTPS for your online business and customize other options.
In this tab you can change the location of the account page (account page location), enable / disable subscriber registration (enable / disable customer registration), and configuration the entire account registration process (account registration).
This tab makes it easy for you to configure emails that buyers receive. In the Emails page, you can customize email templates and change the email sender details.
API is the last tab that allows users to enable / disable WooCommerce APIs, enable external apps, and set permissions. Webhooks can also be configured on this page.
Step 4.5 – System Status
The System Status page is useful for checking the overall performance of your WooCommerce business. Start from WooCommerce version, then web server type, to PHP limits – you can see anything here. The Get System Report button will display a detailed report if you want to load it on your hosting or WooCommerce support team. On the Tools page, you can clear the WooCommerce cache, enable / disable (enable / disable) debugging, reset user capabilities, and so on. The Logs tab obtains log files containing useful information for debugging or troubleshooting errors.
Step 4.6 – Extensions
Extensions make WooCommerce more flexible and adaptable. As with the WordPress plugin, WooCommerce extensions can be installed from the WooCOmmerce Extension store. While most are paid, extensions are very important! By using extensions, you can expand your ecommerce business, add more payment methods, delivery methods, integrate solutions for tracking, and sync WooCommerce store with third-party services.
Definitely, WooCommerce is an excellent tool for turning WordPress into a fully ecommerce store. The best thing about WooCommerce is that there is no need for in-depth knowledge of programming to sell your product. Hopefully this WooCommerce tutorial can help you in preparing and managing your online store.
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