Linked Orders for WooCommerce


Linked Orders is a WooCommerce extension for marking newer orders as being logically connected to older ones.

What that means depends on your use-case. For example, an order containing a warranty extension should probably be linked to the order containing the product that the extension is for. Or an express processing fee paid separately. Or anything else that you’d like to keep track of without having to open up all the customer’s orders to figure it out.

Empty linked orders can be created using the admin interfaces (e.g., for email or phone orders), or you can link orders programmatically to fit your existing workflow.


  • Plugin settings section within the WooCommerce settings.
  • Example of how to visualize order depth on the orders list table.
  • Example of how to visualize order relations on the edit order screen.
  • Example of how to create a new linked child order from the orders list table.


This plugin requires WooCommerce 4.5+ to run. If you’re running a lower version, please update first. After you made sure that you’re running a supported version of WooCommerce, you may install Linked Orders for WooCommerce either manually or through your site’s plugins page.


  1. Visit the plugins page withing your dashboard and select Add New.
  2. Search for Locked Orders for WooCommerce and click the Install Now button.
  3. Activate the plugin from within your Plugins page.


  1. Download the plugin from and unzip the archive.
  2. Upload the linked-orders-for-woocommerce folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  3. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.


If the minimum required version of WooCommerce is present, you will find a section present in the Advanced tab of the WooCommerce Settings page. This section is called Linked Orders. There you will be able to:

  1. Choose the maximum depth level you want to allow.
  2. Choose whether to autocomplete descendant orders upon completion of a parent order.


What are linked orders?

Linked orders are ones that have a logical connection to one another. That can mean whatever you need it to. You can read this article to learn more about linked orders and how they work.

How can I get help if I’m stuck?

You might be able to figure some stuff out by browsing our knowledge base and you can open a community support ticket here at Our staff regularly goes through the community forum to try and help.

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1.1.1 (November 23rd, 2021)

  • Fixed assets version.
  • Dev: hook generator helpers can now be called before initialization.
  • Dev: updated DWS framework.

1.1.0 (November 11th, 2021)

  • Changed order actions icons for less overlap with other plugins.
  • Tweaked error messages for better end-user clarity.
  • Dev: renamed some variables to better express ‘shop_order’ agnosticism.
  • Dev: updated DWS framework.

1.0.0 (October 25th, 2021)

  • First official release.