Rename the default product sorting option and add up to 6 new sorting options including alphabetical and on-sale sorting.
WooCommerce Extra Product Sorting Options provides options that extend the default WooCommerce orderby options on the shop page. You can optionally set a new name for the default sorting (helpful if you've used this to create a custom sorting order), and can enable up to 6 new sorting options: alphabetical, reverse alphabetical, on sale, featured, availability, and random product sorting.
Requires: WooCommerce 2.2+ and WordPress 4.0+, Compatible with WooCommerce 2.3 and 2.4
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You can customize your product sorting order on your shop pages - here's a handy tutorial to do so. However, many shop admins like to then rename this from "Default Sorting" to something more descriptive, such as "Our Sorting" or "Our Selection". You can optionally enter a new name for this sorting order if desired.
When you create a customized sorting order, you lose the ability to sort products alphabetically. This plugin gives you the ability to add new sorting options to list products by title A to Z or in reverse order (Z to A).
Want to show items with the highest stock first? You can enable sorting by availability, which will enable sorting from high stock to low stock (See FAQ for more details). You can also show featured items first in your catalog.
You can add the option to sort items by sale status - there's a sorting option to show "On Sale" items first in the shop catalog. Please note that only simple products can be sorted by sale status, and variable products will display mixed with non-sale products.
Finally, you can add a "randomized" sorting option just for fun - any time this sorting is selected, the product order will be randomized when the shop page is viewed.
Note: Sorting by stock, sale status, and featured status have a fallback to the product title. This means that featured status, stock, and sale status will be used to sort products first, and then they'll be sorted by title second. The FAQ has details on using a different fallback, such as menu order.
We have a compatible plugin that will let you remove core WooCommerce sorting options, such as the default sorting method. You can check out the WooCommerce Remove Product Sorting plugin page for more details.
Requires: 4.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.1
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Active Installs: 4,000+
1 of 4 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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