Make your Woocommerce products purchasable according to the user’s role. Now you have available the ‘guest’ pseudo-role, so your product could be purchasable only for registered users.
Notify customers when their product are updated
Setup Woocommerce Notify Updated Product
If you have not done so already, install and activate the plugin. See Installation section.
In Woocommerce->Notify Updated Product section you can enable/disable the functionality also the default subject and content in the emails.
From the products edit page you can configure it ( in tab ‘Notify updated Product’ )
1.- If you select ‘Send notifications’, the emails will be sent when product is updated (the system doesn’t remember this option selected to avoid sending too many emails.
2.- You can customize the subject and the email content.
Once the plugin is installed, enabled and configured, it begins to run.
When you update a product and you need to notify the customers about this update, if you select this option, then the customers will receive an email.
According to the role that the visitor has, he will see a store with discount prices or not, so you can set direct discounts to subscribers, editors ….
- Compatible with Woocommerce 2.6.3
- Added the
- Fixed multisite bug.
- Discounts by products (now variables available)
- Discounts by categories
- If user has various roles, you can select the criterial (higher discount, lower discount, …)
coming soon !!!
Your users will have reason to join your website continuously, rewarding them with karma, good to use for gifts, build rankings …
The framework allows an infinite of possibilities that you can make or suggest as improvements.
Get / Lose karma
You can get / lose karma:
- When you register on the web.
- When you comment.
You are free to use the framework to generate karma when you need it. Feedback is welcome!
You have available the shortcodes:
[karma_users] to show a list of users with their karmas.
[karma_user] to show a user karma.
Show a list of users with their karma with the “Karma Users” widget.
Feedback is welcome!