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WordPress WooCommerce Pre Order

A pre-order is an order placed for an item which has not yet been released. The idea for pre-orders came when people found it hard to get popular items in stores due to their popularity.

WordPress WooCommerce Pre Order Plugin allows the customer(s) to purchase a product from the store which is currently out of stock. And a customer can even purchase the products which are yet to be released at the store.

The plugin is very flexible in many ways as customers can order the items with multiple stock units with partial payment as well as complete payment if allowed by the admin.

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Features of WooCommerce Pre Order

  • The customer can order out of stock products.
  • Works with every type of products like Simple, Downloadable, Virtual and Variable.
  • The admin can set preorder status and availability date.
  • The admin can set custom amount to be paid for the preordered product.
  • By using this plugin customer can either pay the entire amount at once or can pay some of the amount.
  • An email notification will be sent to all registered customers for the new pre-order product.
  • The email notification will be sent to the customers once the pre-order product gets available in stock.

Installation of WooCommerce Pre Order

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 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”, click 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, you will see the success message and an option to activate the plugin. Click on “Activate Plugin” to activate the installed plugin.

Configuration of WooCommerce Pre Order

After successful installation of WooCommerce Pre Order, the admin can configure this plugin under “WooCommerce PreOrder > Settings”.

Here you need to select your Timezone. As per the selected Timezone, the time will be maintained for the pre-order products.

Admin End Workflow of WooCommerce Pre Order

Now admin adds pre-order to products. It can be done under “WooCommerce PreOrder > WooCommerce PreOrder List > Add PreOrder”. 

All the pre-order products will be available in the PreOrder List.

Product Name – Select Product Name from the list of available product. All out of stock products will be available in the list. Admin can select any of them as per the requirement.

Payment Method – Select payment method as “Partial Payment” or “Full Payment”.

Original Price – Original Price of the product will be auto-filled as per the product price.

PreOrder Price – Enter PreOrder Price if payment method selected as “Partial Payment”.

Quantity – Quantity of product.

Expected Availability Date – Availability date of the product.

Status – Select status as “Enabled” or “Disabled” as per the requirement.

Now admin change the status of the pre-order product as “In Stock”. And the Quantity will be entered on the basis of the pre-order product as configured while adding product as pre-order.

Front End Workflow of WooCommmerce Pre Order

After successful configuration, the customer can pre-order a product from the store.

On cart page, the product will be visible as shown in below snapshot. The price of the product will depend upon the configuration. And the customer can place a pre-order as a normal order.

Once a pre order product has been added to cart, then a customer cannot add a new product to the cart. A customer has to order a standalone product. If a customer tries to add a new product to the cart despite having a pre order product added in the cart then a message will be displayed as cannot add new product now. Either empty cart or process this first.

Once the product is available in stock the customers will be notified through the mail. Then they can pay rest of the amount of the product.

After placing an order for the pre order product, a customer can check the order details  by navigating through My account->Pre order.

On clicking Pre order option, the custom can see the details remaining amount he has to pay.

That’s all for the WordPress WooCommerce Pre Order, still, have any issue feel free to add a ticket and let us know your views to make the plugin better at webkul.uvdesk.com

Current Product Version - 2.0.1

Supported Framework Version - WooCommerce 3.3.x, WooCommerce 3.2.x, WooCommerce 3.1.x, WooCommerce 3.0.x

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Comments (4)

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  • Peter Gesang
    Hello, I urgently need help with “Pre Order”
    I installed the plugin on the weekend and yesterday noticed the following:

    a shipping fee is still displayed in cash, however, it is not calculated at the sum, also does not appear in the bill

    quick remedy is needed

    friendly greetings peter

    • Suraj Kumar
      Hi Peter, we have asked few details in the ticket – # 42918. Please provide the same so that we can quickly look into the issue. Thanks
  • Peter Gesang
    Hello Suraj, nice that you want to help me so fast.
    All the information you want from me allows you to inflict great harm on me and my website.
    I have bought a plugin from you and I expect to use it for my purposes.
    Is there no other way (TeamViewer) to work with me on the problem?
    • Suraj Kumar
      For sure we will provide you resolution through our support portal. For this, please email us at support@webkul.com or revert back on the same ticket.
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