Stock Locations for WooCommerce

Description

Stock Locations for WooCommerce will help you manage your products stock across multiple locations easily. If you have multiple physical stores or storage locations, like warehouses, this plugin may help you.

You can print the locations inside a product page on the frontend, with this shortcodes:

Product pages

[slw_product_locations show_qty="yes" show_stock_status="no" show_empty_stock="yes"]
[slw_product_variations_locations show_qty="yes" show_stock_status="no" show_empty_stock="yes"]
[slw_product_message is_available="yes" only_location_available="no" location="location-slug"]Your custom product message/HTML here[/slw_product_message]

Cart page

[slw_cart_message qty_from_location="location-slug" only_location_available="no"]Your custom cart message/HTML here[/slw_cart_message]

SLW also adds standardized barcode fields to WooCommerce products, for you to use.

Barcodes available:

  • UPC
  • EAN
  • ISBN
  • ASIN

You can call the barcodes inside a product page on the frontend, with this shortcodes:

[slw_barcode type="upc"]
[slw_barcode type="ean"]
[slw_barcode type="isbn"]
[slw_barcode type="asin"]

REST API endpoints (both accept GET and PUT requests):

/wp-json/wc/v3/products/id
/wp-json/wc/v3/products/id/variations/id (first ID is for parent product, the second one for the variation ID)

This plugin requires at least WooCommerce 3.4.

Features

  • New taxonomy for stock locations
  • Works on both, simple and variable products
  • Easy management of stock with multiple locations, both in product and orders
  • Standardized barcodes
  • Get and update product stock locations from the REST API
  • Allow customers to select locations when purchasing
  • Auto order allocation for locations stock reduction
  • Send email notifications when stock is allocated for a product in a location
  • Send WooCommerce New Order email copy to item location

Compatibility

  • PHP 7.2+

Screenshots

  • Product list filter based on stock locations
  • Stock locations taxonomy
  • Manage stock locations in simple products
  • Manage barcodes
  • Manage stock locations in variable products
  • After successful subtraction of stock the locations inputs become inactive
  • Insert the correct amount to subtract from one or more locations per item
  • Allow customers to select locations in cart page

Installation

  1. Upload “stock-locations-for-woocommerce” to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory.
  2. Check if you have WooCommerce 3.4+ plugin activated
  3. Activate SLW plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.

Simple Products

  1. Assign Stock Locations to the product > Update Post
  2. Under Inventory Tab > Activate Manage Stock
  3. Under Stock Locations Tab > Manage the stock for the locations

Variable Products

  1. Assign Stock Locations to the product > Update Post
  2. Under Inventory Tab > Deativate Manage Stock
  3. Under Attributes Tab > Create attributes
  4. Under Variations Tab > Create variations based on attributes
  5. In each variation > Activate Manage Stock & Add Price > Update Post
  6. Under Stock Locations Tab > Manage the stock for the locations for each variation

Barcodes

  1. Under Product > Barcodes Tab > Fill the barcodes

FAQ

I found a bug, where i can report it?

I prefer you to use the Github issues. You can submit a new one here GitHub

Reviews

November 14, 2020
Adding this review because some idiot decided it wasn't good as it doesn't wake him up early morning and does not wash his dishes, way to go @alexmigf
October 10, 2020
I`m not an developer, works with sales. Developing my first site, the online shop is used only for pickup locally. In order to also show stock and availability from our distributor did i come across this plugin. The plugin works as attended and is very easy to use even without none coding skills. Even managed to customize within php functions so the information Stock location and status was placed where I wanted to inside product page (perhaps easy for an developer, but for me it was an achievement).
September 13, 2020
Apparently, It doesn't locate the stocks. 2 places my company location and the fulfillment (where products are store) location. Adding certain products are not able to scan barcodes and some does scan barcodes
August 28, 2020
I'm astonished. A totally free plugin can be more flexible than a paid one! Since data feeds are becoming more and more a thing, you have made headway with simplicity.
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Contributors & Developers

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

Contributors

Changelog

1.3.2

  • Fix: jQuery request returning 404 because of missing hook

1.3.1

  • New: include ‘Out of stock’ and ‘On backorder’ locations in frontend selections
  • New: filter ‘slw_allow_wc_stock_reduce’ to allow third party plugins to prevent WC stock reduction
  • Fix: jQuery error for variants without locations
  • Fix: jQuery bug on clearing location selection on variation in product page
  • Fix: jQuery error when frontend settings not enabled
  • Fix: meta ‘_slw_data’ not beeing saved correctly

1.3.0

  • New: filter ‘slw_stock_allocation_notification_message’ to customize the email notification message
  • New: send email copy of New Order WC email to location registered address
  • New: send email notification when stock is allocated for a product in some location
  • New: show location taxonomy in REST API
  • New: setting to enable/disable the barcodes tab
  • Fix: stock allocation when customer selects or not a location
  • Fix: bug preventing stock deduction when using in conjugation with Point of Sale for WooCommerce plugin

1.2.4

  • New: setting to include location data in formatted item meta
  • Fix: several bugs showing warnings

1.2.3

  • New: setting to auto delete unused product stock locations meta
  • New: filter ‘slw_shortcode_product_location_stock’ for shortcodes ‘slw_product_locations’ and ‘slw_product_variations_locations’
  • New: CSS classes for shortcodes ‘slw_product_locations’ and ‘slw_product_variations_locations’
  • Fix: ‘outofstock’ taxonomy on product save/update
  • Fix: setting ‘Different location per cart item’, values were exchanged

1.2.2

  • Fix: helper ‘view’ function call, preventing colision with other plugins with the same function name

1.2.1

  • New: plugin setting to lock selected location in cart for every cart item
  • Fix: check if location stock is enough for the cart item, if not hide from select option
  • Fix: if auto allocation exist for the location disable WC hold stock

1.2.0

  • New: stock locations select in cart page
  • New: settings page
  • New: auto order allocation for stock
  • New: shortcode ‘slw_cart_message’ to display a custom message in the cart page
  • New: shortcode ‘slw_product_message’ to displaying a custom message on product page
  • New: options for stock locations: Default for New Products, Backorder Location, Auto Order Allocate and Stock Location Priority
  • Fix: several bugs and PHP legacy compatibilities

1.1.5

  • Fixes bug on shortcodes method

1.1.4

  • Improved stock locations levels products listing
  • Locations added to REST API products and variations endpoints for GET and PUT requests, thanks to @shanerutter

1.1.3

  • Remove flush rewrite rules, should be avoided for now

1.1.2

  • Add variations stock levels to products listing column
  • New shortcode ‘slw_product_variations_locations’
  • Fixes on shortcode ‘slw_product_locations’

1.1.1

  • New filter ‘slw_shortcode_product_location_name’
  • New shortcode ‘slw_product_locations’

1.1.0

  • New column in product listing with stock locations imventory
  • Fix bug on getting barcodes data for shortcodes
  • Fix bug reported by @sebtoombs
  • Plugin structure refactoring

1.0.3

  • Tested up to WordPress 5.4
  • Fix – Removed condition that prevent other roles beyond the admin from accessing the plugin functionality
  • Added Capabilities to the location taxonomy
  • Fix – Some actions priorities and arguments number were missing

1.0.2

  • Fix – Bug creating new order, trying to get items on nonexistent order

1.0.1

  • Tested up to WooCommerce 4.0.1
  • Fix – Added condition to check variation products in hide meta function
  • Fix – Check if order item product exists before trying to hide meta
  • Fix – Check if order has items before trying to hide meta

1.0.0

  • Initial release