Support » Plugin: Order Delivery Date for WooCommerce » Unix timestamp randomly appearing via Webhook

  • Hi there,

    I followed your article here on how to use a woocommerce webhook to shift data over to a google sheet. It all works fine, but I’m finding that randomly I’m getting a Unix timestamp value instead of the formatted output I set in the config of the plugin. Do you know why this would be?

    Using free version. WP 5.4

    Thanks
    Immy

    • This topic was modified 10 months, 1 week ago by imtiazullah.
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  • Plugin Support chetnapatel

    (@chetnapatel)

    Hi Immy,

    Can you tell me what meta value you are checking and passing it over to Google Sheet?

    You can submit the ticket on the ticketing system where we can more communicate about this,

    Regards,
    Chetna Bhutka

    Thread Starter imtiazullah

    (@imtiazullah)

    Hi I’m not using the Zapier approach (that’s too clunky), I’m using the Webhook to Sheets approach I referred to in my link.

    Thanks
    Immy

    Thread Starter imtiazullah

    (@imtiazullah)

    Sorry, to add, I’m using the “delivery date” meta field from your lite plugin. It works most of the time but there are common occasions where a timestamp is being generated.

    Plugin Support chetnapatel

    (@chetnapatel)

    Hi Immy,

    I have forwarded your requirement to our development team. They will work on this next week. I will let you know as soon as I will receive an update from our team.

    Regards,
    Chetna Bhutka

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