Support » Plugin: Maximum Products per User for WooCommerce » Monthly limit of amount

  • Hi,

    can I set with this plugin monthly limit of amount for all orders? For example $100 / month? I need set up same maximum limit for all orders per each user per month.

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  • Plugin Author Algoritmika Ltd

    (@algoritmika)

    Hi @crash537,

    Sorry for the late reply.

    Yes, this can be done, however, it’s a bit of a workaround: you’ll need to assign all your shop’s products to some category or tag. If that’s good enough, here is what you need to do:

    • Set “Mode” option (in “WooCommerce > Settings > Maximum Products per User > General”) to “Product prices”.
    • Set “Date range” option (again in “General” settings section) to either “Last 30 days” or “This month” (depending if you need it to be counted in the last 30 days, or starting from the 1st day of the current month).
    • As mentioned, you’ll need assign all your products to some category (or tag). After that you need to enable “Per product category” (or “Per product tag”) option in “WooCommerce > Settings > Maximum Products per User > Limits”, and then set “Limit per user” option for that category (or tag) (in “Products > Categories > Your category > Edit”) to the total amount you need, e.g. 100.

    Hope that helps. Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thread Starter crash537

    (@crash537)

    And the user will see somewhere for how much more he can buy?

    Plugin Author Algoritmika Ltd

    (@algoritmika)

    Hi @crash537,

    Yes. You have a couple of options on how to show him the remaining amount (e.g. via “Customer message” notice or via message on “Single product page”). Please check the available options in “WooCommerce > Settings > Maximum Products per User > Frontend”.

    Thread Starter crash537

    (@crash537)

    Cool. A demo of this module is available (pro version)? I would like to try out the features before buying.

    Plugin Author Algoritmika Ltd

    (@algoritmika)

    Hi @crash537,

    Sorry for the late reply. Unfortunately, currently we don’t have a demo, however, first I would suggest to check the features that are available in the free version. As for the Pro version, there is “30 days no questions asked” refund policy, so if something won’t be working correctly, you can always request a refund. Hope that helps.

    Thread Starter crash537

    (@crash537)

    That’s great, this option is sufficient. Thank you for your answers.

    Plugin Author Algoritmika Ltd

    (@algoritmika)

    Hi @crash537,

    Happy to help 🙂 Please let me know if you need anything else.

    What order statuses we need to add?

    Plugin Author Algoritmika Ltd

    (@algoritmika)

    Hi @semoha,

    Sorry for the late reply.

    If you mean our “General > Order statuses” option, usually our users either leave it at its default value (i.e. “Completed” orders only), or include all these statuses at once: “Completed”, “Pending payment”, “Processing” and “On hold”.

    Hope that helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

    Plugin Author Algoritmika Ltd

    (@algoritmika)

    @semoha,

    P.S. If you select multiple order statuses, data is updated only once, on whichever status change occurs first.

    Thread Starter crash537

    (@crash537)

    I have already purchased the plugin. How does limit renewal work? I set the date range “This hour” for testing. The limit amount is 500.

    The setting took place at 21:13.

    % first_order_date_exp_timeleft% shows 47 minutes remaining.

    But% first_order_date_exp% shows 21:00 instead of 22:00.

    The time function is set to Local (WordPress) time, and the time in WordPress is correct.

    At 21:32 I make a purchase for 200. But at 22:18 I still show the limit of 300.

    And I need to set it so that the limit is 2000 for each month (or every three months). At the turn of the months, the limit would be reset and everyone would have a limit of 2000 again. Is it possible to set it?

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