I’d be willing to pay for this plug-in but some big deficiencies need to be addressed:
1. Whenever the regenerate button is hit, all transactions are given the current date, and the actual transaction date is lost on main page. The transaction date can be found in each customer file, but the overall database can no longer be sorted by date
2. Sorting of customers by number of orders works only on individual pages, not the entire database. For example, our customer list is currently 41 pages long in WooCustomer; each of the pages sorts the customers by # of orders separately, but we cannot list all customers sorted by # of orders. Thus the only way to find the customer with the highest # of orders would be to scroll through each page separately.
I’m running this on WordPress 4.4.1 and Woocommerce 2.4.7 on our live site and 4.4.2 / 2.5.5 on out test site; same problems in both.
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