Adds a Purchase Order payment method to WooCommerce.
Select if the order is to be On Hold or Processing after checkout. The gateway will ask for the purchase order number – select whether to also display text boxes for name and address of the company to be invoiced, and whether any of those are required fields. Don’t forget to mark a field as not required if it’s not to be displayed or your customer will not be able to check out!
The purchase order details will be displayed in the admin order screen, the customer order received screen and both admin and customer order emails.
This plugin is compatible with WooCommerce 3.x and 4.x versions.
Compatibility with other plugins
Some invoicing plugins require the meta keys of purchase order data to display this data on invoices. The meta keys used in this plugin are listed below:
By popular demand, the Pending order status has been added to On Hold and Processing. Be aware that if you set the status to Pending, neither you nor the customer will receive an order email after checkut – this is standard WooCommerce functionality. Order emails will be sent when a status is changed from Pending to On Hold or Processing.
This plugin will gather and store a company’s name, address and/or email address. This could also be construed as an individual’s personal data. However, as the user has opted to pay by this method, it is suggested that the lawful basis for processing this data is contractual necessity. Processing is necessary in order to send the invoice to the user or user’s representative. This data is stored as standard postmeta data and will be retained until the order is permanently deleted (but not if the order is trashed).
Install as usual by going to Plugins > Add New and searching for Purchase Orders for WooCommerce or download the plugin file and upload to your-site.com/wp-content/plugins.
Contributors & Developers
“Purchase Orders for WooCommerce” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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ADDED: Order pending status
UPDATED: Tested up to WordPress 5.8
UPDATED: compatibility with WooCommerce 5.5
FIXED: Company name translation not working on the frontend
UPDATED: Tested up to WordPress 5.7
UPDATED: compatibility with WooCommerce 5.1
FIXED: Issue with customer not being able to checkout if PO number is empty but is not required
UPDATED: English (UK) translation files
TWEAK: Replaced POT file
ADDED: English (Canada) translation
UPDATED: Tested up to WordPress 5.6
UPDATED: compatibility with WooCommerce 4.7
UPDATED: compatibility with WooCommerce 4.6.x
ADDED: required option for purchase order number field
UPDATED: Tested up to WordPress 5.5
UPDATED: Tested up to WooCommerce 4.4
UPDATED: Tested up to WooCommerce 4.3
ADDED: Purchase order details now displayed on order-received page
ADDED: Purchase order details now displayed on order emails
UPDATED: Tested up to WooCommerce 4.2
UPDATED: Tested up to WooCommerce 4.0
UPDATED: Tested up to WordPress 5.4
UPDATED: Tested up to WooCommerce 3.9
UPDATED: Tested up to WordPress 5.3
TWEAK: Removed erroneous colon in pofwc_email_order_meta_fields()
UPDATED: Tested up to WooCommerce 3.7
ADDED: Purchase order number now displayed on order-received page
ADDED: Purchase order number now added to order emails
TWEAK: Changed order of functionality in process_payment() to ensure order meta is available when order emails are sent
FIXED: Fatal error on some systems from incomplete php tag.
ADDED: Option to display/hide/require any of the purchase order checkout fields except PO number which is always displayed and required.
UPDATED: new options listed in readme
UPDATED: en_GB translation
ADDED: Compatibility with WooCommerce 3.6+ and WordPress 5.2+
ADDED: Compatibility with WooCommerce 3.5+ and WordPress 5.1+
FIXED: Notice that payment_method was called incorrectly
ADDED: Gateway description on checkout page
ADDED: Invoice email field
ADDED: various field settings
ADDED: en_GB translation, plugin now defaults to en_US
UPDATED: GDPR notice in readme to reflect the new email setting
REMOVED: ‘Where should we send the invoice to?’ text from checkout page as not really required
ADDED: Compatibility with WooCommerce 3.4+ and WordPress 5.0+
FIXED: Stripe plugin validation conflict
ADDED: check if WooCommerce is installed upon activation
ADDED: GDPR notice in ReadMe
REMOVED: Stripe plugin conflict warning
ADDED: Stripe plugin conflict warning
UPDATED: WC requires at least and WC tested up to tags for WooCommerce 3.3.x
ADDED: WC requires at least and WC tested up to tags for WooCommerce 3.2+
UPDATED: bumped WP tested up to tag