Multi Order for WooCommerce

Description

Multi Order for WooCommerce creates a sub-order for each item in a order.

Free version
The free version of this plugin only allows to:

  • Create suborders for each different order item
  • Setup the main order and the suborder status when orders are placed
  • Display a new column on admin/frontend regarding Suborder IDs
  • Display intuitive numbers to your suborders. E.g If your main order ID is 100, your suborders numbers will be 100-1, 100-2, and so on.

Premium Version
Besides free version features, the premium version of this plugin allows to:

  • Setup if order item quantity is considered as suborder or not
  • Deduct / Undeduct suborders from main order, i.e If you get your suborder paid, subtract its value from main order automatically
  • Choose what order status will deduct/undeduct suborders from main order
  • Sync orders. i.e Whenever you change a suborder item price or tax, the correspondent item on main order gets updated, and vice-versa
  • Display a remaining column on both frontend and admin order screens, showing how much is left to pay
  • Setup if emails will be sent to main order / suborders
  • Organize orders with a new taxonomy called Payment Status. e.g Orders will be considered as Payed / Not paid / Partial

Installation

  1. Upload the entire ‘multi-order-for-woocommerce’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Start by visiting plugin settings at WooCommerce > Settings > Multi Order.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the entire ‘multi-order-for-woocommerce’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Start by visiting plugin settings at WooCommerce > Settings > Multi Order.
Where are the plugin’s settings?

Visit WooCommerce > Settings > Multi Order.

Is there a Pro version?

Yes, it’s located here

How can I contribute? Is there a github repository?

If you are interested in contributing – head over to the Multi order for WooCommerce plugin GitHub Repository to find out how you can pitch in.

Reviews

Best support ever received!

Pablo Pacheco went all the way out to help me with problems that I faced. He even created a few plugins for my website along the way. Greatly recommend and thank you!

Simply beautiful plugin

It does what it says. Seamlessly!

I only purchased the PRO version so I can show my gratitude to the developer. I was having some problems with some other plugins that I was using, but he made sure that this plugin works fine.

Developer is absolutely humble and down to earth.

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Contributors & Developers

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

Contributors

Changelog

1.0.9 – 29/06/2018

  • Fix function call (alg_multiorder_for_wc_pro to alg_multiorder_for_wc)
  • Update WC tested up to

1.0.8 – 26/06/2018

  • Recreate free version
  • Add screenshot

1.0.7 – 16/05/2018

  • Improve pre_get_posts hook functions

1.0.6 – 21/02/2018

  • Fix “Automatic suborders creation” when new items are created inside an order

1.0.5 – 24/01/2018

  • Replace “totals” label by “remaining” on parent orders

1.0.4 – 18/12/2017

  • Fix WooCommerce reports

1.0.3 – 22/11/2017

  • Hide multi order metabox on single item orders
  • Tested up to WordPress version 4.9
  • Tested up to WooCommerce version 3.2.5

1.0.2 – 14/11/2017

  • Fix orders that get invisible
  • Fix nested serialization of order item meta

1.0.1 – 07/09/2017

  • Remove Payment status link

1.0.0 – 19/06/2017

  • Initial Release.