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  • I need to know how to configure WooCommerce (extension?) so that at a particular time of day, an email gets sent to a specified address(es) that contains all orders that have arrived within the past 24 hours.

    A production ‘to do’ list for the bakery, more or less.

    Can you point me in the right direction, as I’m sure this has been done prior.

    Keith

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/woocommerce/

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  • Plugin Author Mike Jolley

    (@mikejolley)

    You’ll see some options searching “sales report woocommerce email” on google, however depending on what content is needed you may need to tweak or build your own.

    Thank you!

    The report would need to list each product purchased (variations in said products as well).

    Do you recommend any ‘all in one’ reporting plugins/extensions?

    Stepping back, they need a production report, but I know they’re going to need for varied sales reports to be emailed out of the site monthly, etc.

    I appreciate your help

    Keith

    Plugin Author Mike Jolley

    (@mikejolley)

    Is there a reason they are not just accessing the orders section?

    It’s more to do with automating the physical back-end of their operations. The baker would come up to the office to pick up her daily ‘to do’ list, which would be the past 24 hours of orders.

    The report would need to contain product quantities and relative variables (example: the product: cannoli, has variations of shell flavors and filling flavors).

    They’re not Amazon, but they’re larger than a Mom and Pop. It needs to be something that lays out what needs to be shipped, because having to click into the order to manually create a task list for the various parties that need to prep the order isn’t going to cut it.

    Plugin Author Mike Jolley

    (@mikejolley)

    Given that what you just said then, I’m sure they will have a specific way they need lists of orders + order items output so I think you should go the custom route. This is not overly complex to do in a page, and should also be fine to do via automated email using a cron job.

    https://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_schedule_event

    You can pretty much do it all with a get_posts() query to get the orders, and wc_get_order() function for each order as you loop over them.

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