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    Multiple Wishlists for WooCommerce

    Introduction – WooCommerce Multiple Wishlists

    WooCommerce Multiple Wishlists module- The WooCommerce Multiple Wishlists module allows the customers to create multiple wishlists to categories their favorite products according to their convenience. The customer can add as many products in a single wishlist as they want. The user can easily categorize their liked product into different wishlist’s.

    The customer can make their wishlist private or public. If they have created the wishlist as public, then they can share their created wishlist(s) with their friends and family through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Whatsapp. The customers can directly add their wishlist products into the cart.

    To get more clear idea on the plugin, kindly review the video below-

    features – WooCommerce Multiple Wishlists

    • The customers can save the products of their interest.
    • The registered, as well as guest users, can create multiple wishlists.
    • The customers can add multiple products to the wishlist.
    • The visibility of the wishlist can be Public or Private.
    • The customer can copy and share the URL of the wishlist.
    • The customer will get notified when the product goes out of stock in their wishlist.
    • They also get notified through email when the product comes in of stock.
    • Share the wishlist through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Whatsapp.
    • The customer can edit the existing wishlists.
    • The products from the wishlist can be moved to the cart.
    • The admin can decide the wishlist tab name and wishlist button position.
    • The admin can also decide the wishlist icon and title color.
    • The customer can change the status of the wishlist after creation.
    • The customer can delete the wishlist.
    • They can add multiple products into a single wishlist.
    • The admin can see the user list who have created the wishlist.
    • The admin can also delete or edit the wishlist from the back-end.
    • The wishlist can also be created by the admin from the back-end.
    • The admin can enable or disable the option to Share Wishlist for the customers.
    • The admin can check the guest user list separately who has created the wishlists.

    Use Case of Multiple Wishlists

    WooCommerce Multiple Wishlists module is an absolute solution to create multiple wishlists and provide your customers with this ability to make their shopping more convenient and organized. The module also helps the customers to plan the budget before placing the order.

    The customer can create an unlimited number of wishlists for future events. For example, one list for holiday presents, one for regular purchases, one for sports equipment, etc. And can share it with friends and family also through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Whatsapp.

    Installation – WooCommerce Multiple Wishlists

    The user will get a zip file which he has to upload in the “Add New” menu option in the WordPress admin panel.

    For this, login to WordPress Admin Panel and then Under the Dashboard, hover your mouse over the “Plugins” menu option which brings out a Sub-Menu and then select the “Add New” option.

    After this, you will see an option on the top of your page that is “Upload Plugin”, Now clicks the option to upload the zip file.

    By clicking on the “Upload Plugin” option, below that you will see a button “Choose File” click on the button to browse for the zip file as per the snapshot below.

    After browsing the file, click the “Install Now” button to install the plugin as per the snapshot.

    Now when the plugin is installed correctly, then you will see the success message and an option to activate the plugin. Henceforth now, click on “Activate Plugin” to activate the installed plugin.

    Thus, in this installation of the module completes.

    Module Configuration

    After the successful installation of the WooCommerce Multiple Wishlists module for WooCommerce, the admin can navigate towards the Wishlist > Configuration to configure the module, as per below image:

    To configure the module, the admin needs to enter the following details:

    Enable / Disable: The admin can enable or disable the module from here as per their need.

    Wishlist Tab Name: Here, the admin needs to enter the name which will appear on the Tab of the wishlist.

    Wishlist Button Position: The admin can decide the position of the wishlist button on the product page. There are various positions where the customer can add the wishlist button such as:

    • Before Product Title
    • After Product Title
    • After Product Description
    • Before Product Description
    • After Add to Cart
    • After Product Meta

    Send Customer Wishlist Product Notification: If the admin has enabled this option then the customers will get the notification whenever the product(s) in their wishlist goes in stock or out of stock else not.

    Allow Guest User: This option is enabled by the admin if they want the guest users to create a separate wishlist.

    Show Move to cart button: If this enabled, then the “Move to Cart” button will appear at the wishlist page.

    Wishlist Icon Color: The admin can decide the icon color of the wishlist.

    Wishlist Button Title: Here the admin will enter the wishlist button title.

    Title color of Wishlist: From here, the admin can set the title color of the wishlist.

    Share Wishlist: From here, the admin can allow the customers to share their wishlists.

    Now, the admin can click on the Save Changes button to save the configuration.

    Thus, in this way the configuration of the module completes.

    Wishlist Widgets

    The admin can decide where to show the wishlist widgets at the front end. Wishlist widgets are used to display the user wishlists.

    The admin can show the user wishlist at Sidebar, below the header and several positions in the footer. For the reference, you can check below:

    Here, the admin has put the Wishlist widgets into the Sidebar. Hence, the customer will see their wishlist at the sidebar of the website.

    Customer View

    The customer can see the add to wishlist option on the products at the category page and on the product page as per below image:

    At category page:

    At the product page:

    The customer can click on the Add to Wishlist button, to add the product into the wishlist.

    Once, the customer will click on the Add to Wishlist button a pop up will appear at the screen to select the Wishlist or to Add New Wishlist as per below image:

    Select the Wishlist: From here, the customer can select the created wishlist from the drop-down list.

    Add New Wishlist: From here, the admin can create a new wishlist.

    After that, they can click on the Save Item button to save the product.

    Also, the customer can see all the created wishlist under the My Account section or by clicking on the My wishlist button.

    • The user can Share the public wishlist via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Whatsapp from here.
    • The customer can edit or delete the existing wishlist.
    • The customer can perform Bulk Actions on the wishlists such as:
      • Change Status to Public – The customer can change the status of the wishlist from Private to Public.
      • Change Status to Private – The customer can change the status of the wishlist from Public to Private.
      • Empty Wishlist – The customer can clear the wishlist in one go from here.
      • Delete wishlist – From here, the customer can delete the wishlists by selecting them.

    **After selecting the bulk actions, the customer needs to click on the Apply button to apply that particular action.

    • The user can see the Total Product(s) in the wishlist and Wishlist Creation Date in their respective columns.

    Wishlist Creation- Customer End

    The customer can create a new wishlist under the My Wishlist > Create New Wishlist section as per below image:

    After clicking on the Create New Wishlist button, the customer has to enter several details as per below image:

    General Setting(s):

    Wishlist name – Here, the customer can enter the name of the wishlist which they want to create.

    Description – The customer can describe the wishlist from here.

    visibility – From here, the customer can decide the visibility of the wishlist as private or public.

    • Public – The customers can share the public wishlist.
    • Private – The customer can not share the private wishlist and no one can access it.

    Now, at last, the customer can click on the Save button to save the wishlist.

    Edit Wishlist- Customer End

    The customer can edit the existing wishlists by clicking on the Edit icon.

    The customer can also see the product list of the wishlist as per below image:

    Form here, the customer can directly add the product into the cart by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button or can move the product into the cart by clicking on the “Move to Cart” button.

    **If the customer added the product into the cart, then that product will remain in the wishlist.

    **If they move that product into the cart, then the product will be moved from the wishlist to the cart.

    Wishlist Notification

    The customer will get notified whenever any product(s) in their wishlists comes in stock or goes out of stock. For the reference please check the below image:

    In-stock Notification-

    Out of Stock Notification-

    Wishlist Creation – Admin End

    The admin can navigate towards Wishlist > Add New for adding a new wishlist from the back-end to the customers.

    Add New Wishlist:

    Wishlist Name – The admin can enter the name of the wishlist which they want to create for the customers.

    Description – Here, the admin can describe the wishlist.

    Visibility – The admin can decide the visibility of the wishlist from here as Public or Private.

    After entering all the details the admin can click on the Save Changes button to save the wishlist.

    WooCommerce WishList

    The admin can see all the wishlist created by the customer and themselves from the admin panel by navigating towards Wishlist > WooCommerce WishList as per below image:

    From here, the admin can see all the created wishlists. Also, they can see separately the Public, Private and Trash wishlist(s).

    The admin can Filter the wishlist(s) by the registered customer.

    The admin can also check the User List from here, as per below image:

    Under the user list, the admin can see the Site User list and the Guest User list.

    Site User:

    Here the site user refers to the registered user. Under the site user, the admin can see the User Name, the number of the Wishlist(s) the customer is having, the total number of Products in Wishlist.

    Also, the admin can manage the user’s wishlist(s) under the Action button.

    Once, the admin will click on the Manage button, it will redirect them to the list of the wishlist(s) of that particular user as per below image:

    Guest User:

    Under the guest user, the admin can see the User IP, the number of the Wishlist(s) the customer is having, the total number of Products in Wishlist.

    The admin can search the guest customer via their IP’s.

    Also, the admin can manage the guest user’s wishlist(s) under the Action button.

    Once, the admin will click on the Manage button, it will redirect them to the list of the wishlist(s) of that particular user as per below image:

    User’s List

    In the user’s list, the admin can see the number of wishlists created by each user of the website. For the reference, you can check below:

    Once the admin clicks on the number of wishlist under the wishlists column, it will redirect them to the list of the wishlist(s) of that particular user as per below image:

    Product List

    In the products list, there is a column of Wishlists, from here the admin can see the list of the customers who is having that particular product into their wishlist.

    Once, the admin will click on the number under the wishlists column, it will redirect them to the list of wishlists that are having that product.

    Thus, that’s all for the WooCommerce Multiple Wishlists module. Still have any issue feel free to add a ticket and let us know your views to make the module better at http://webkul.uvdesk.com/.

    Current Product Version - 1.0.0

    Supported Framework Version - Version Wordpress 4.6.x, 4.7.x, 4.8.x, 4.9.x, 5.0.x, 5.1.x,5.2.x,5.3.x Woocommerce 3.0.x, 3.1.x, 3.2.x, 3.3.x, 3.4.x, 3.5.x, 3.6.x,3.7.x, 3.8.x

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