Do the Woo Roundup WooCommerce News: March 20, 2020

Here’s what I found this week by way of submissions and scouring the web.

Iconic Acquires the Flex Checkout Plugin – With this acquisition, Iconic’s goal is to make dramatic improvements to the product while adding more compatibility with popular plugins and themes. It will also integrate easily with their existing plugins. You can follow the link to learn more about their plans from Iconic founder James Kemp.


New Plugin from WPDrift Composite Product – If you are looking for a way to sell product sets, such as custom bikes, vegetable boxes or pizzas, this plugin allows your customers to attach products to their cart from a shop or a single product page. Customers can then buy composite products on the shop page or on a single product page.


YITH Plugins Compatible with Elementor – YITH has moved to make a goal of having all their WooCommerce plugins compatible with Elementor, the popular page builder. This is a huge endeavor, and something you can also hear about on our latest podcast.


SomeWhereWarm Releases New Gift Cards Extension – This new extension on the WooCommerce marketplace gives store owners their customers a way to give and receive gift cards with fast and secure payments.


Valet.io Now Offering Automated Testing for WooCommerce – A new affordable service is being offered for WooCommerce stores. The basic test ensures your front-end is loading correctly and check out if firing. It also checks your contact form. Custom tests are also available.


Video Sales for WooCommerce with Vimeo – A new, free plugin on WordPress.org allows you to connect your site and WooCommerce with your Vimeo account. You can restrict access to you videos on Vimeo by collecting payments on your site and using your Vimeo password to give customers access.


WooCommerce 4.0 Sale Ends Today – You can still grab anything from WooCommerce.com and get 40% by the end of today, March 20, midnight PDT.

WordPress 4.0.1 Fix Release – UPDATE!

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