Support » Plugin: Cost of Goods for WooCommerce » Not bad not good

  • I like being able to see my cost of goods, and the main reason why I’m trying this plugin is so it will math for me if I add products in. However, since installing it I’ve had problems on the website. Turning off plugins I don’t always use in case of conflict only resolved 1 problem.

    I want to be able to add stock and cost, but that feature is wonky. To add 4 products, I have to divide by 2 and enter that amount because it always doubles what I enter. Not a good thing for uneven numbers.

    I’ll be looking for an alternative in the meantime.

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  • Plugin Author WP Factory

    (@wpcodefactory)

    Hi @rainbowprophet ,
    I’m sorry to hear you had issues with the plugin.

    We’re going to look into the the “add stock” feature. As soon as we have news about it I’ll let you know 😉

    Plugin Author WP Factory

    (@wpcodefactory)

    Hi @rainbowprophet ,
    Can you please elaborate your issue? We have been testing this feature and I wasn’t able to get any double values.

    Maybe we haven’t been able to make this feature clear and I’m wondering if you think it works in a way it’s not supposed to be.

    Is it clear that the value you enter on the Stock field inside the metabox will just increase the stock and not set it?

    And is it also clear that the final cost price will be calculated based on the average between different cost and price relation?

    For example, if you have on the first moment:
    – Add Stock: 100
    – Cost: 5

    And later you have another situation where you receive 50 more pcs. making a total of 150:
    – Add Stock: 50
    – Cost: 4

    In the end you’ll have this for the final cost:
    (100*5 + 50*4) / 150 = 4.66$

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