Cart recovery for WordPress

Description

Cart recovery for WordPress brings abandoned cart recovery and tracking to your WordPress store. Here’s what you can expect from Cart recovery for WordPress:

  • Tracks customer names and emails as soon as they’re entered at checkout
  • Automated cart recovery emails & cart re-population
  • Includes easy to use stats inside WordPress
  • WooCommerce, WP e-Commerce, Easy Digital Downloads and Restrict Content Pro compatibility out-of-the-box
  • Track abandoned carts, view stats in your WordPress dashboard, and configure automatic recovery email sending

Find out more at: wp-cart-recovery.com

Pro version also available from wp-cart-recovery.com that includes:

  • Ability to generate and include dynamic per-customer discount codes
  • Flexible email timing – choose when to send your emails
  • Multiple emails – send a schedule of emails – not just one
  • View details of carts in the recovery process
  • Export abandoned cart details for separate follow-up
  • View detailed interaction history of individual carts

Screenshots

  • Detailed stats available in your WordPress admin area.
  • Configurable HTML email templates
  • Built-in HTML email templates, with tags for personalising your emails

Installation

  • Install it as you would any other plugin
  • Activate it
  • Head over to Cart Recovery and set up your recovery email

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  • Install it as you would any other plugin
  • Activate it
  • Head over to Cart Recovery and set up your recovery email

Reviews

Excellent plugin

Two reasons why this plugin is excellent:

1) It works. It’s simple (that’s a good thing) and does its job without a fuss. It’s well designed. Competing products do basically the same thing but charge literally 10 times as much.

2) The support. I think the author takes pride in his work and it shows. He’s very responsive with support and feedback. It gives me confidence that this plugin will be kept up-to-date and supported in the future.

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Tried to install it a number of times, but it just won’t activate.

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Contributors & Developers

“Cart recovery for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

2.3.3

  • Change: Status graph takes site timezone into consideration.

2.3.2

  • New: Adds additional feature to support Pro add-on improvements
  • Fix: Make subject of email available to email templates

2.3.1

  • New: Store the logged in user ID in cart meta.
  • New: Add filter (crfw_send_campaign) that allows sending of a campaign to be blocked.

2.3.0

  • Record recovered cart values, and display on dashboard.

2.2.2

  • Record cart event when cart is marked as completed
  • Record cart event when cart is marked as uncompleted

2.2.1

  • Add warnings when cron is not running
  • Add cron debug information

2.2.0

  • Do not keep re-trying delivery if campaign can not be sent. Try a maximum of 3 times.

2.1.5

  • [All] Do not track or attempt recovery on empty carts

2.1.4

  • [All] Fix error when {last_name} tag used in email content.

2.1.3

  • [Restrict Content Pro] Better behaviour of registration redirects when WordPress is hosted in a folder
  • [WP e-Commerce] Fixes for checkout redirection / work on future compatibility with WP e-Commerce v4.0
  • [All] Apply crfw_image_size filter consistently to allow customisation of image preset used in emails

2.1.2

  • Fix packaging issue with graph scripts

2.1.1

  • Avoid “headers already sent” message that could show up on WooCommerce
  • Avoid error that could be thrown due to autoloader confusion when using WP-CLI
  • Show normally completed orders on the summary graph

2.1.0

  • Code cleanups
  • Make back-to-cart URLs filterable
  • Add additional hooks that run when carts are repopulated

2.0.3

  • Fix issue where cart details weren’t always captured when site/admin are on different HTTP schemes.

2.0.2

  • Minor fix to email validation during cart capture.

2.0.1

  • Fix issue where email addresses containing + symbols weren’t brought back to checkout reliably.

2.0.0

  • Support for Restrict Content Pro
  • Better support for products with no images
  • Ensure jQuery is loaded if not present already

1.9.1

  • Send email to the site admin when campaigns can be activated.

1.9.0

  • For logged in users, track carts as soon as products are added
  • Optimise on-page Javascript
  • Better tracking when carts are updated

1.8.4

  • Fix issue where line prices in emails could be over-calculated on WooCommerce stores
  • Fix issue where tax not always included in line prices in emails.

1.8.3

  • Make sure duplicate cart records are all completed.

1.8.2

  • Tidy up styling of the email tag help section
  • Include quantities in the recovery emails
  • Make prices reflect quantity selected in recovery emails

1.8.1

  • Add hooks on cart actions to support further features.

1.8

  • Show a list of valid tags on the edit campaign screen.

1.7.1

  • Changes to translation text domain
  • No other user-facing changes

1.7

  • Localisation fixes
  • Updates to list of Pro features
  • Better cart completion tracking with callback-based payment gateways

1.6.5.

  • Database structure changes to reduce space usage on busy stores
  • Stop duplicate carts being recorded on slow hosting by merging based on email address.

1.6.4

  • Additional internal event tracking
  • Code cleanups
  • Changes to support discount generation in Pro add-on

1.6.3

  • Correction to information in promo banners.

1.6.2

  • Correctly honour the email address and from name set in the settings.

1.6.1

  • Now handles updates via WordPress.org

1.5.1

  • Templating fix.

1.5

  • PHP 5.5 compatibility fix. Props @elvismdev

1.4

  • Record events when users unsubscribe.

1.3

  • Integrate with licensing and auto upgrades in the absence of a WordPress.org repo.

1.2

  • Set email subject in HTML email title tag.

1.1

  • Minor fixes to HTML email styling

1.0

  • Initial release