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Multi-Currency – Compatibility and Integration

We have tested the Multi-Currency for WooCommerce with many WordPress themes, plugins and third-party WooCommerce extensions. Please read the details below.

Product Types

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WooCommerce Multi-currency works with the standard product types, Simple and Variable, with “Subscription”, and with the “Bookable” post types.

  • The per-product currency conversion fixed rates are available for the Simple and Variable products, and Product Bundles.

WooCommerce plugins/extensions

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Compatible with:

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Compatibility with WooPayments

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The WooPayments extension has its own multi-currency feature, which may satisfy the basic needs of your store.

If you need more advanced capabilities provided by our Multi-Currency for WooCommerce, you can still use the WooPayments, but you must disable their multi-currency feature:

Not compatible:

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Shipping Methods

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We have tested the Flat Rate, Free Shipping, UPS, USPS, FedEx, Canada Post, Australia Post, Royal Mail, and Table Rate shipping methods – available on the WooCommerce website (not non-Woo extensions!).

Not supported:

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  • Purolator
  • Various shipping extensions written by 3rd parties (not WooCommerce official)

If your site is using a shipping method not listed above, please contact Support to verify the compatibility before purchasing the Multi-currency extension.


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The Sales Reports show totals only for one currency at a time.

WooCommerce Admin

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  • The new Admin interface (“Analytics”) is multi-currency ready starting from WooCommerce 4.1.
  • The admin screens and reports are shown in one selected currency only. There is no “combined” report.
  • The admin home page shows an incorrect summary in “mixed” currencies.

Page Caching

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Page caching is a technique used by some WordPress plugins and hosting providers to speed up the page loading.

When page caching is enabled, the static HTML versions of the site pages are served instead of dynamic. Those pages will stay unchanged until the cache is expired or deleted. Therefore, they will always show the same prices, promotions, inventory – and currency.

WP Rocket and WP Super Cache plugins are multicurrency-aware.

With other caching plugins, WooCommerce Multicurrency uses a special technique to “bust” cache and reload the page when the currency had switched.

If, however, you see that some pages still show the wrong currency, please let us know.

Should you notice any problem, please read this page first, then contact us with the details and screenshots. We’ll do our best to find the solution!