WooCommerce Sequential Order Numbers pro
WooCommerce Sequential Order Numbers Pro

WooCommerce Sequential Order Numbers Pro


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Plugin Description

Get Professionally Formatted Order Numbers for your WooCommerce Store

The WooCommerce Sequential Order Numbers Pro plugin allows your store to have sequential, rather than random order numbers. Additionally you can customize your order numbers by setting a starting number, number length and custom prefix and postfix. Instead of your order numbers skipping values (like 15, 37, etc), they could be for instance WT-01000-UK, WT-01001-UK, etc, or whatever format you prefer.

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  1. Aleksander Soltvedt

    The plugin does what it says, however there is a few “bugs” that needs to be fixed ASAP, f.ex cancelled orders will get theyr own numbers, for us it would been best for our accounting manager to get the approved/payed orders only. Please give this some priority!

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    • Beka Rice


      Hey Aleksander, thanks for the rating! What you’re describing with cancelled orders is actually intentional rather than a bug. As there’s no way to know an order will be cancelled when it’s placed, it needs to be assigned a sequential order number under the assumption that it’s a valid order. Once the order has been marked as ‘cancelled’, then there’s no way to go back and change the order number, especially if new orders have been placed, without messing up the order sequence.

      If this is from unpaid orders, you can also turn off the setting that cancels unpaid orders under WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Inventory by leaving “Hold Stock (minutes)” to blank.

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