Order Tags allows a store owner to create an unlimited number of order tags that can be manually and/or automatically assigned to orders.
When you have a successful eCommerce store, managing orders can be a time-consuming process. Keeping track of orders and processing them efficiently is fundamental to customers receiving their orders as quickly as possible.
Order tags are visible on the list of orders and within the order details page, you can easily filter orders by tags and bulk assign tags.
Faster order management
Order Tags allows you to visibly differentiate the contents of orders as quickly as possible and process them as required based on these tags.
Adding order tags means a store owner can easily see that certain orders have met specific criteria without clicking into each order, reviewing the order details, and returning to the orders list. This is a huge time saver and can even open up possibilities the store owner could not achieve previously, e.g., tag an order by a new customer so they can be sent an introductory gift.
When you have a successful eCommerce store, managing orders can be a time-consuming process, keeping track of orders and being able to process them efficiently is fundamental to customers receiving their orders as quickly as possible.
Order Tags is compatible with WooCommerce Subscriptions so you can have tags automatically assigned to both the initial subscription order and every subscription renewal order.
Features and benefits
- Create unlimited order tags
- Orders can have any number of tags assigned
- Assign tags manually via the order edit screen or on the orders list using bulk actions
- Assign tags automatically upon order placement, order update and/or order subscription renewal*
- Several automatic rules for assign tags automatically
- Order tag management overview dashboard
- Several operators including “=, >=, >, <=, <” for assigning automatic tags
- Filter orders by tag
- Choose the color and text of each tag
- Add a tag description as a tooltip for each order tag
- Bulk add order tags to old orders prior to extension installation*
- Bulk remove auto assigned and/or manually set tags and re-add on all orders**
- Compatible with initial and renewal subscription orders from WooCommerce Subscriptions*
With automatic tagging when an order is placed you can have tag(s) set based on:
- Specific customer(s)
- Number of orders the customer has placed
- Number of items within the order
- Customer role(s)
- Order total
- Payment method(s) used
- Product(s) within the order
- Products within the order that are from a specific category(s)
- Shipping method(s) used
- Shipping method instance(s) used
- Shipping zone(s) used
- Any or all matching rules above
The order tag dashboard shows all order tags created and allows you to add an order tag.
Adding an order tag
Once you have created your order tag, clicking into it allows you to set options such as the tag color and automatic assignment rules.
Each automated rule allows you to select options value-based options include the ability to use a “=, >=, >, <=, <” operator.
Tags on orders list
Your order list now has a tags column that lists all the order tags.
Filter orders list by tag
To filter the orders list by a specific tag use the order tag filter.
View and assign order tags via order edit and via bulk order actions
You can view or assign order tags when editing an order and even assign them in bulk using the bulk actions drop down on the orders list.
Order tags in order summary
When editing an order you will see all order tags assigned to the order in the summary section.
Assign an order tag if:
- It is the customer’s first order so you can send them a gift
- The customer has previously raised a complaint to ensure their order is received as quickly as possible
- The customer is a VIP customer
- The order total is over a certain level so additional checks can be made
- Shipping method is a fast service and therefore the order must be processed immediately
- The number of items in the order is over a specific number, allowing you to decide on the most efficient shipping method from the courier
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