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Back In Stock Notifications


  • Back In Stock Notifications

    Overview Back In Stock Notifications makes it possible for logged-in customers and guests to get notified via e-mail when out-of-stock products become available. The plugin appends a sign-up form right after the “Out of stock” availability status of sold-out Simple products and Variations. Important: If you have configured WooCommerce to hide out-of-stock products and variations in […]

  • Compatibility and Integrations

    Back In Stock Notifications has been designed from the ground up to follow WooCommerce conventions and sound engineering practices. However, third-party extensions or plugins may not always interact with it in a seamless, predictable manner. We can only guarantee that a plugin will work with Back In Stock Notifications only after reviewing its code for […]

  • Feedback and Suggestions

    Don’t see a feature in Back In Stock Notifications that you think would be useful? We’d love to hear it: Reach out to our support team and we’ll consider adding it in a future release.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Confirmations and Notifications Notification e-mails are not delivered to signed-up customers. Here’s how to diagnose issues with undelivered e-mails: 1. Check if WooCommerce is able to process and send notifications. The plugin sends notification e-mails in batches using Action Scheduler — a robust task queuing system used by WooCommerce to process scheduled updates and other […]

  • Store Owner’s Guide

    Installation More information at: Install and Activate Plugins/Extensions. Requirements The extension requires: Getting Started Back In Stock Notifications helps you recapture lost revenue by notifying customers when your sold-out products are restocked. Back-in-stock alerts are a proven way to re-engage customers: Some studies suggest that up to 20% of the customers who receive a stock […]