Having the ability to send out custom email and Slack notices from your WooCommerce store to your team or key employees can improve the ease and efficiency of running your online store.
Basically it’s an email that goes out to someone on your staff about specific orders and the status of those orders. There are so many ways you can this that the sky is the limit.
And it isn’t just emails. If your team is on Slack, you can fine tune it even more.
The WooCommerce Advanced Notices Plugin Using Conditional Logic
Settings for this plugin can be found after installation, under WooCommerce Settings > Notices.
You can easily toggle your notices off and on and set up debug data.
Slack Notification Setup
Here is where you set up your notifications if you choose to use Slack. During this setup you can add the name of the bot and choose the channel for your team and the webhook URL. You will be able to set these up also per notice, overriding the global settings and you can test it here.
Creating a New Advanced Notice in WooCommerce
In these same settings, all your advanced notices will be listed. You will also be able to click through and create an unlimited number of notices.
When you add a New Advanced Notice, you are taken to a page to set up the notice and the conditions. First, an editor window lets you set up the email or Slack notification and provides a list of tags you can use to create your notice.
You can add the recipient emails here. Or as I mentioned before, you can create a custom Slack notice specific to this notice.
Or as I mentioned before, you can create a custom Slack notice specific to this notice for different channels, etc.
And most importantly, now you create the conditions for your custom notice.
First, select an event:
Now add a condition or a group of conditions. Note that the conditions will vary depending the the event. This one shows the conditions for the event When Order Done.
The fact that you can add as many events and conditions as you want for any given notice gives you a lot of flexibility.
And for each individual notice, you are able to set a digest for frequency, day of the week and time.
A Couple of Examples
There are tons of variable notices you can create with conditional logic.
For example, maybe there is a reason that if an order on hold exceeds a certain amount or is sent to a specific region, someone on your team needs to be notified.
Or perhaps someone in your finance needs to be notified when an order has been refunded to a customer who used PayPal.
These are simple examples but with conditional logic, you can get as detailed as needed.
So if you want to have more control over notices going out internally to help you with your WooCommerce online store orders, check out the WooCommerce Advanced Notices plugin.
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