woocommerce admin email processing products (waepp)

Sends an email summarizing the orders that are on_hold and the quantity of each item

This plugin is a tool for WooCommerce eCommerce.

The plugin generates an email with all the orders that must be processed. They will be
shown in the main email inbox and they’re grouped in a way that you would be able to see the amount of units
of each product that needs to bring physicaly to the store to be delivered.

It provides a new way to check the on_holds orders in an easy and simple way, specially designed for
those eCommerce that brings the stock to the shop depending on the demand.

To use it just write the mail direction you want to deliver the mail and push the send button.

A brief Markdown Example

Ordered list:

  1. receive a mail with all the products that must be treated/processed
  2. the mail show the quantity of each processable product you need to bring to the store
  1. Upload ‘woocommerce admin email processing products’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Minimum Requirements

  • WooCommerce 2.2 or later
  • WordPress 3.8 or later

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1.1.2

  • Catalan and Spanish binaries reupdated ¬¬

1.1.1

  • Catalan and Spanish binaries reupdated

1.1.0

  • Added es_Es and ca .mo files for Spanish and Catalan

1.0.0

born of plugin

  1. Admin Waepp menu. Write the recipient and send the mail with the pending orders indexed.

    Admin Waepp menu. Write the recipient and send the mail with the pending orders indexed.

  2. Mail inbox picture. This is the list of pending orders that needs to be treated.
The first column is the name of the product, the second one is the variation attributes ( only if they exists ),
and the the last one that shows the number of items of that product that has been bought in the eCommerce.

    Mail inbox picture. This is the list of pending orders that needs to be treated. The first column is the name of the product, the second one is the variation attributes ( only if they exists ), and the the last one that shows the number of items of that product that has been bought in the eCommerce.