Support » Plugin: WooCommerce » Orders disappear

  • Resolved calvincanisa

    (@calvincanisa)


    If orders are not paid then after some time they disappear from the list of orders. I thought it might be a setting but I do not see such a setting. How can we keep all orders in the list no matter what?

    Help is appreciated

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  • Plugin Support Igor H woo-hc

    (@ihereira)

    Hello there,

    * Can you provide screenshot of your inventory settings? They are at WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Inventory.

    * For screenshots, you may want to use https://snipboard.io – please follow the instructions on that page, then paste the URL in this thread.

    * What is the status of the order (On hold, failed, pending)?

    Thanks.

    Thread Starter calvincanisa

    (@calvincanisa)

    Hi

    Screenshot of the settings:
    https://snipboard.io/B8ra1H.jpg

    Well the order status of the particular order that just disappeared I don’t know what it was before it disappeared sorry. It’s in trash but what it was before it was moved to trash I am not sure. The lady that handled the sale wrote this:
    For Example: I sent a guy peter an invoice for something I don’t need paid until Dec 16 but I want to give him the option to pay before then. I checked this morning and the order was no longer on the order list because it wasn’t paid.

    Hope that helps

    Plugin Support Mirko P. woo-hc

    (@rainfallnixfig)

    Hi @calvincanisa,

    Thanks for sharing your product inventory settings.

    This sounds a bit strange, and unless the person in charge of sales did not inadvertently move that order to the trash, it could be due to a conflicting plugin on your site.

    You can read more about issues that may arise on a WooCommerce store and how to troubleshoot them, on our WooCommerce Self-Service Guide:

    https://woocommerce.com/document/woocommerce-self-service-guide/

    I’d suggest that you install an event log plugin like Activity Log. It helps you monitor and keep track of all the activities that occur on the admin side. Before installing a new plugin make sure you have a full backup in place.

    To figure out what may be causing this problem you could also clone your site to a staging environment and monitor/perform tests without modifying your live site or impacting customers. Many hosts provide staging facilities, so it’s worth checking in with them. It’s also possible to do it using the free WP Staging plugin. Link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-staging/.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Support Mirko P. woo-hc

    (@rainfallnixfig)

    Hi there,

    We haven’t heard from you in a while, so I’m going to mark this as resolved. Feel free to start a new thread if you have any more questions.

    Cheers.

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