Status management plugin that allows you to post order/project status updates, collect payments, import from WooCommerce and auto send email notificat
Yes, it was released November 2014. Premium features include PayPal integration, WooCommerce integration, access to the [customer-order] shortcode, ability to require customers to log in before viewing statuses, custom fields, the ability to import and export orders to Excel, the ability to assign orders to customers and sales reps, and the ability to automatically send an email to a customer whenever an order is created or updated. There are also dozens of extra styling and labeling options. For more information go to:
You can add a status tracking form by putting the following shortcode on whatever page you’d like your tracking form to be: [tracking-form].
To show all orders that have been entered, you can add "show_orders='Yes'" to the tracking-form shortcode. You can specify the label for the field and the value of the submit button with the attributes ‘order_field_text’ and ‘submit_text’ respectively.
There is a text area where you can add Custom CSS to customize the form in the admin menu under “Options”.
To access the upload directory, it's: (yourdomainhere.com)/wp-content/plugins/order-tracking/order-sheets/
Yes, under “Options” you can set the Timezone for your orders.
Additional information about an order can be added using custom fields, or by using the "Public Notes" at the moment. The columns that can be uploaded currently are:
Number, Name, Order Status, Location, Display, Public Notes, Private Notes, Email, Show in Admin Table, Sales Rep ID
as well as those with the same name as a custom field (ex: "Specs").
If you click the checkbox beside the incorrect order and select "Delete" that should get rid of the order.
It's not currently possible to load only the most recent status, but we’re keeping this in mind as a future feature.
A great place to start learning about how to translate a plugin is at the link below: http://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/how-to-translate-a-wordpress-plugin
Once translated, you'll need to put the translated mo- and po- files directly in the lang folder and make sure they are named properly for your localization. If you do translate the plugin, other users would love to have access to the files in your language. You can send them to us at Contact@EtoileWebDesign.com, and we’ll be sure they’re included in a future release.
You can edit “Order Form Instructions” on the “Options” page. They can also be set as an attribute, instructions set as an attribute will take priority.
To change the label, try adding these attributes into your shortcode: [tracking-form order_field_text='Job Number' field_names='Order Number=>Job Number']
You can change the field labels by using the "Labeling" area of the "Options" tab.
Make sure that you set the column “Percentages” on the order statuses page. If the problem persists you can also try editing the spacing using CSS on the “Options” page in the “Custom CSS” box.
For a more in depth list, please visit our FAQ page: http://www.etoilewebdesign.com/order-tracking-faq/
For more questions and support you can post in the support forum: https://wordpress.org/plugins/order-tracking/
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Requires: 3.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6.1
Last Updated: 5 days ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
5 of 10 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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