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    Laravel eCommerce Abandoned Cart Email reminder.

    With the help of the extension, Laravel eCommerce Abandoned Cart Email reminder, the store owner can send emails to customers who have failed to complete the checkout process.

    Whenever a customer adds a product to the cart and leaves the shopping website due to any reason, it becomes difficult to track these customers. But, by using this extension the admin can send them follow-up emails for completing the checkout process.

    Check a brief overview of the plugin –


    Complete Features List for Laravel eCommerce Abandoned Cart Email Reminder.

    • Admin can see all the carts abandoned by customers.
    • Admin can send mail to customers.
    • Automatic notification email to all customers at the time interval of 48hrs for the abandoned cart.

    How to install the module?

    Unzip the respective extension zip and then merge the “packages” folder into the project root directory.

    Goto config/app.php file and add the following line under ‘providers’

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    Now goto app/Console/Kernel.php file’s schedule method and add the following.

    $schedule->command('abandoncart-mail:send')->cron('0 */48 * * *');

    Goto app/Console/Kernel.php file’s commands method and add following.


    You need to add the following Cron entry to your server.

    * * * * * cd /path-to-your-project && php artisan schedule:run >> /dev/null 2>&1

    Run these commands below to complete the setup

    composer dump-autoload
    php artisan migrate
    php artisan route:cache
    php artisan vendor:publish

    -> Press 0 and then press enter to publish all assets and configurations.

    Admin Configuration.

    After the successful installation of the module the admin can configure the module by navigating to Configure>>Abandon Cart as shown in the image below:-

    Laravel eCommerce Abandoned Cart.


    From here the admin can enable or disable the module.

    Abandoned Cart Customer List.

    If the customer adds the product to the cart and leaves the website without purchasing then the customer will be displayed in the abandoned cart list.

    The admin needs to navigate to Customers>>Abandon Cart as shown in the below screenshot:-

    Laravel eCommerce Abandoned Cart.

    Here the admin can see customers’ details like ID, Name, Date(when the product is added to the cart) the admin can also see that the mail has been sent or not.
    By clicking on the Send mail button the admin can send mail to the customers as a reminder for the abandoned cart.

    Laravel Abandoned Cart.

    By clicking on the eye button the admin can see all the details for the abandoned cart as shown in the image below:-

    Laravel Abandoned Cart.

    From this page also the admin can send mail to the customers regarding the abandoned cart.

    Customer Notification.

    Once the admin click on the send mail button the customer will receive the mail for the abandoned cart with all the details.

    Laravel Abandoned Cart Syatem.

    click on place order to complete the checkout process.


    So, that was much about the User Guide of Laravel eCommerce Abandoned Cart Email Reminder for any queries or doubts reach out to us at [email protected]. You can also raise a ticket at our HelpDesk System.

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