WooCommerce Fortnox Hub

**** Currently in beta - send an mail to [email protected] if you want to participate…

**** Currently in beta – send an mail to [email protected] if you want to participate ****

This plugin makes Fortnox the hub for all important information in your webshop.

It also automates accounting and handles the invoicing for orders not being pre-paid.

Contact us in the support forum or at [email protected] (www.bjorntech.se/fortnox-hub) if you run into problems or have suggestions for improvements.

  1. Locate and add the plugin in wordpress by searching for “WooCommerce Fortnox Hub”.
  2. Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.
  3. Login to Fortnox and click on your username in the upper right corner and selct “Administer users”.
  4. Click on “Add integration” in the lower right corner.
  5. Type “Fortnox Hub” in the searchbox and click “Approve”.
  6. CLick in the key symbol in the “API Code” field.
  7. Copy the code.
  8. Navigate to WooCommerce->Settings->Fortnox.
  9. Click “Authorize Fortnox”.
  10. Paste the code into the “API-Code”-field, also make shure that the pre-filled e-mail is correct.
  11. Click save.
  12. Click “Authorize”

Your pluin is now connected to Fortnox!

At the “General” tab, you can choose how to interact with Fortnox
– Book payment transactions in Fortnox
Check this option if you want the plugin to create accounting transactions for pre-payment transactions such as credit cards.
– Sync products from Fortnox
Check this option if you want your Fortnox-products to be syncronized to WooCommerce. All products set to “Webshop product” will be synced.
If you change something on a product in the future, the changed data will be synced automatically.
– Sync orders to Fortnox
When an order is created in WooCommerce, a Fortnox order is created at the same time.
– Sync invoices from Fortnox.
When an invoice is created from your order, the order is set to completed.

Q: How do disconnect the plugin from having access to Fortnox?
A: Disable the key under the “Administer users” section in Fortnox.