Jilt for WooCommerce

Description

Requires: WooCommerce 2.6 or newer

Jilt abandoned cart recovery solution helps your eCommerce store recover lost revenue due to cart abandonment. This plugin connects Jilt to WooCommerce, letting you track when carts are abandoned, then send recovery emails to encourage the customers who abandoned these carts to complete the purchase.

Jilt has already helped merchants recover over $23,000,000 in lost revenue! You can set up as many campaigns and recovery emails as you’d like, and customize the text and design of every email sent.

Track Abandoned Carts

Jilt will track all abandoned carts in your WooCommerce store, capturing email addresses for customers where possible. This lets you see how many customers enter your purchasing flow, but then leave without completing the order.

You can then send recovery emails to these customers to encourage them to complete their purchases, recovering revenue that would otherwise be lost to your store.

Recover Lost Revenue

Once Jilt tracks an abandoned cart, you can use your campaigns and recovery emails to save this lost revenue. A campaign is a collection of recovery emails that can be sent after the cart is abandoned. You can set up as many emails within a campaign as you’d like (e.g., send 3 recovery emails per abandoned cart).

You can also set up as many campaigns as you want – create a dedicated series of recovery emails for holidays, sales, or other company events.

Built for Site Performance

This plugin sends details on all abandoned carts to the Jilt app rather than storing them in your site’s database. This ensures that you can track data over time and get valuable insights into cart abandonment and recovery, while your site stays speedy and doesn’t get bogged down with tons of abandoned cart data.

Jilt for WooCommerce is built by SkyVerge, expert WooCommerce developers who have built over 60 official WooCommerce extensions. Jilt for WooCommerce is great for merchants small and large alike, and is built to scale as large as your store can.

More Details

Translators: the plugin text domain is: jilt-for-woocommerce

Screenshots

  • Get your Jilt Secret Token (click your email > "Edit Account" in the Jilt app)
  • Enter the secret token in the plugin's settings
  • Set up your campaigns in the Jilt app to start recovering lost sales!

Installation

  1. Be sure you’re running WooCommerce 2.6 or newer in your shop.

  2. To install the plugin, you can do one of the following:

    • (Recommended) Search for “Jilt for WooCommerce” under Plugins > Add New
    • Upload the entire jilt-for-woocommerce folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    • Upload the .zip file with the plugin under Plugins > Add New > Upload
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

  4. Click the “Configure” plugin link or go to WooCommerce > Settings > Integrations > Jilt to add your Jilt API keys, connecting your account to WooCommerce.

  5. Save your settings!

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Be sure you’re running WooCommerce 2.6 or newer in your shop.

  2. To install the plugin, you can do one of the following:

    • (Recommended) Search for “Jilt for WooCommerce” under Plugins > Add New
    • Upload the entire jilt-for-woocommerce folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    • Upload the .zip file with the plugin under Plugins > Add New > Upload
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

  4. Click the “Configure” plugin link or go to WooCommerce > Settings > Integrations > Jilt to add your Jilt API keys, connecting your account to WooCommerce.

  5. Save your settings!

Do I need anything else to use this plugin?

Yes, a free Jilt account is required to recover abandoned carts for your WooCommerce store. You can learn more about Jilt pricing here.

When is a cart “abandoned”?

A cart is considered abandoned if a customer has added items to the cart, but has not checked out or shown any cart activity for at least 15 minutes (ie adding more items). At this point, Jilt starts the timers for your recovery emails.

Which customers will be emailed?

Any logged in customer who abandons a cart will receive recovery emails from Jilt. Any guest customer who has entered a full, valid email address in the checkout process will also be sent recovery emails.

Can I include unique coupon codes in my recovery emails?

Yes! Jilt can automatically create unique coupon codes and include them in your recovery emails. This gives you a proven and powerful means of increasing conversion rates and recovering more orders!

Reviews

Just what I was looking for Recovering Abandoned Carts

I just started using this plugin. I heard about it on Kinsta’s blog for ecommerce strategies. It is very easy and intuitive to use.

I hope it delivers some lost revenue. I will definitely upgrade to the paid version if I see my customers returning to purchase.

Easy to Setup, Works, Great Support

I’ve been using Jilt for about six months and it has recovered multiple abandoned carts every month.
I customized the abandoned cart emails from Jilt’s templates in about 30 minutes. Otherwise, I haven’t touched anything else.
I’ve messaged with the developers on a few occasions to clarify a couple of things and have always received personal replies within the same day.
Finally, I compared Jilt with two other similar services and their price was the best.

Great results and support

Great experience with Jilt so far. I’ve had so many orders recovered that would have otherwise been lost and the support team are so helpful and prompt. A great addition to my website!

Great plugin – simple to use. Great support!

Really great plugin. Simple to install and set up. Support is great.

There are more complicated ones out there for sure, but what I love about this one is that it doesn’t try to overcomplicate things – it just works!

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Contributors & Developers

“Jilt for WooCommerce” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

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Changelog

2017-11-14 – version 1.3.1

  • Fix – Compatibility fix for WooCommerce 3.1.1

2017-11-13 – version 1.3.0

  • Feature – Send prices inclusive of taxes to Jilt app when appropriate
  • Feature – Reduce checkout friction by enabling post-checkout account registration – customers can register with one click after they’ve placed their order
  • Feature – Send information from WooCommerce Product Bundles to Jilt so recovery emails can use bundle information or hide bundled items
  • Tweak – Support for UTM parameters in the cart recovery URL, track all the things!
  • Tweak – Send full shop address to Jilt if supported by WooCommerce
  • Fix – Only send known order financial and fulfillment statuses to Jilt

2017-08-31 – version 1.2.0

  • Tweak – Jilt connection status shown on plugin settings screen
  • Tweak – Orders endpoint added to integration API
  • Tweak – Preferred HTTP Request method transport can be specified in the wc_jilt_http_request_args filter
  • Misc – Added support for WooCommerce 3.1

2017-04-04 – version 1.1.0

  • Feature – Support for dynamic recovery discounts
  • Feature – Order fees are now supported
  • Feature – Order customer notes are saved and populated when a customer follows a recovery link
  • Feature – Allow recovery emails to be sent for held orders
  • Tweak – Attempt to recover orders that are abandoned during an off-site payment gateway and automatically cancelled by WooCommerce
  • Tweak – Additional logging level for easier troubleshooting
  • Tweak – x-jilt-shop-domain header is now included in all Jilt API requests
  • Tweak – Better handling of staging/dev migrations
  • Tweak – Removing the configured secret key or deactivating the plugin now signals the Jilt app to pause any active recovery campaigns
  • Tweak – Moved the customer email field to the top of the checkout form in WooCommerce 3.0
  • Misc – Added support for WooCommerce 3.0
  • Misc – Removed support for WooCommerce 2.5

2016-12-08 – version 1.0.7

  • Tweak – Add compatibility with certain on-site iframe payment gateways, like Amazon Payments Advanced
  • Tweak – Improve how placed orders are updated in Jilt
  • Fix – Fix some errant notices
  • Misc: WordPress 4.7 compatibility

2016-11-30 – version 1.0.6

  • Tweak – Greatly improve how billing/shipping info is handled, especially when a customer logs in at checkout
  • Fix – Fix an issue where a Jilt order was created with an incorrect total price when first adding an item to the cart
  • Tweak – Improve how API requests to Jilt are sent for improved stability and compatibility with different server environments
  • Misc – For developers: updated public JS API to support setting customer data prior to a visitor starting the checkout process

2016-11-07 – version 1.0.5

  • Fix – Tweak support links so they properly pre-fill WooCommerce as the platform
  • Misc – Update SkyVerge Plugin Framework to v4.5.0

2016-10-14 – version 1.0.4

  • Fix – Fix issues with duplicate Jilt orders when recreating carts for previously logged in customers

2016-10-13 – version 1.0.3

  • Tweak – Improve experience when linking/unlinking shop from Jilt
  • Tweak – Set saved shipping/payment method when recreating a guest’s cart
  • Tweak – Set previously applied coupons when recreating a guest’s cart

2016-07-27 – version 1.0.2

  • Misc: WordPress 4.6 compatibility

2016-07-12 – version 1.0.1

  • Fix – Include line item token in API requests
  • Tweak – Add order note when an order is recovered from a Jilt campaign

2016-06-24 – version 1.0.0

  • Initial release!