Allow your customers to quickly upload a file as an attachment to their orders to more effectively communicate their requirements. Customer Upload Files for WooCommerce helps you enable this option on a product, cart, or checkout page. For a customer, making a sales team understand their customization needs is often a challenge. This plugin removes the communication gap with an easy file upload option. Accept files with specific types and sizes. To further filter file uploads, you can restrict the feature to selected products, categories, and user roles.
- Add file upload button to the product, cart, or checkout page.
- Create multiple rules to manage the file upload option.
- Customers can preview or delete files.
- Allow single or multiple file uploads.
- Determine specific file type and size for uploads.
- Set a price to charge customers for file uploads.
- Restrict rule by products, categories, user roles.
- Admin can approve / disapprove file
- Email Notification to customer on file approve or disapprove
- Customize upload file button (text, color etc)
- Download file option for admin & customer
- Option to allow customer to attach a note with each file upload
Add upload file button to product page
The plugin helps you quickly add a file upload option on product pages so that a customer can provide details about a specific style, design, color, or customization they are looking for.
Enable file upload on the cart page
You can allow customers to upload files on cart pages too. Potential customers with products in the cart sometimes need to convey instructions relevant to those products. Now, they can easily upload a document before they proceed to the checkout.
Allow file upload on the checkout page
You can add a file upload feature to the checkout page as well. Customers who proceed to checkout may need to provide information and instructions on the checkout page.
Allow customer to attach a note with each file upload
You can allow customers to attach a note with each uploaded file, that will help you to get the specific requirement from customers.
Customer can preview files
As soon as the customer uploads a file, he or she can review it to ensure they’ve provided the right information. If they see an error, they can remove it before submission.
Allow multiple file uploads
Allow customers to upload multiple files so that you can better understand their requirements and personalization needs. Let them upload single or multiple files at once.
Approve / Disapprove File
You can accept or reject the files uploaded by customers from the admin panel. Email notification will also be sent to customers upon acceptance or rejection of files.
Email notification on file approve or disapprove
Email notification will also be sent to customers when you accept or reject the uploaded files.
Set files type and size
You can accept files of a specific type and size from potential customers by limiting file types such a jpg or pang. Set a file size limit in KBs, MBs, or GBs.
Restrict uploads by products or categories
Show file upload option to specific products or categories. Choose the restriction type and enlist specific store items or categories.
Restrict by user roles
You can restrict file uploads to store users with specific roles. For example, you can allow only customers and subscribers to upload files but restrict contributors from doing so.
Charge customers for file uploads &provide discount
You can set a price for each file upload to increase store revenues. It can be used as a product add-on so that a customer pays for any customization they request. You can also offer a discount on each file upload.
File upload counter in the orders section
The plugin also shows the number of files a customer uploads with each order. It appears alongside the name of the customer in the orders section.
Admin can view uploaded files
Upon clicking the upload counter, the admin can view the files provided by customers to fulfill their orders according to requirements.
- Purchase Customer Upload Files for WooCommerce from WooCommerce.com.
- Download and install the extension.
- Activate the extension.
- Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Upload File to add rules to enable upload file for customers.
- Read the full installation guide here