Enhancer for WooCommerce Subscriptions
Enhancer for WooCommerce Subscriptions is a plugin that adds new features to WooCommerce Subscriptions. Some of these features include: Buy Now/Subscribe, updating prices for existing users, a cancel delay, preventing cancellation before specific days of renewal, auto-renewal reminder, expiry reminders, manual renewal reminder, and a separate shipping cycle for subscriptions.
1. Additional Site Revenue
Existing subscribers will be charged the current subscription price when their subscriptions are renewed if the “Subscription Price for Existing(Old) Subscriptions” setting is enabled. If the price has increased, the site stands to gain additional earnings as a result of the rise in the price.
2. Additional Control over Subscription Cancellation
The Subscription Cancel Delay function gives you the ability to tailor the date at which customers can begin cancelling their subscriptions after they have initially subscribed to your service. Because of this, users won’t be able to terminate their subscriptions right before their first renewal and miss out on the savings offered by subscription pricing.
3. Improve Subscription Renewal Success
Emails labelled as “Auto-Renewal Reminders” are sent out to users well in advance of the date that their subscription renewal is due. This allows customers to check that their chosen payment method has sufficient funds, which ultimately leads to more successful extensions of subscriptions.
1. Separate Shipping Cycle for Subscriptions
If multiple shipping needs to be processed for each renewal of a WooCommerce subscription, the admin will need to manually monitor and manually process it. This is one of the limitations of the WooCommerce Subscriptions plugin. A separate shipping cycle cannot be established for subscriptions, as this is not a feature that is available.
It is possible to establish different shipping cycles for different subscriptions by utilising the feature known as Separate Shipping Cycle. Each individual subscription product has the ability to have its own straight shipping cycle configured. Users will receive an email notification when their purchase for the shipping cycle has been processed.
2. Buy Now/Subscribe
Users can only subscribe to predetermined WooCommerce Subscription products when using the WooCommerce Subscriptions feature. It is not feasible for the user to move forward with a one-time purchase if they have this intention. To accomplish this, it’s possible that Admin will need to make a new straightforward or variable product. Enhancer for WooCommerce Subscriptions grants you the ability to give your users the ability to subscribe to simple and variable products. As a result, users will have the option to subscribe to the products, in addition to having the ability to purchase them once according to their requirements.
This is how the process goes:
* On the Single Product Page, there will be a checkbox labelled “Subscribe Now” that can be found before the option that says “Add to Cart.”
* If the customer completes the purchase, the transaction is considered to be a one-time purchase by default.
* If the user checks the option labelled “Subscribe Now,” then they will be prompted to select the frequency with which they would like to receive the product.
3. Update Subscription Price for Existing(Old) Subscriptions
Because of the way WooCommerce Subscriptions is designed to behave by default, any price change will be reflected in newly placed subscription purchases. Existing subscribers will continue to be charged the previous amount for as long as they remain subscribers or until they cancel their subscription. Because of this function, pre-existing subscribers will always be charged the most recent subscription rate.
The operation is as follows:
Let’s assume a customer decided to purchase a subscription at the monthly rate of $10. The administrator of the website has just changed the price for new members; they will now pay $15 per month. If you select the option to have current subscribers pay the most recent price, each of the current subscribers will receive an email informing them of the price change, which will take effect upon the subsequent extension of their subscription.
4. Subscribing to Entire Cart as a Single Subscription
Users are unable to subscribe to products on the shopping level when utilising WooCommerce Subscriptions. Users are unable to add multiple products to the shopping cart and make a single transaction for all of those products as a single subscription because of this limitation. Your customers will be able to add numerous items to their shopping cart and then purchase them as a single subscription with the help of Enhancer for WooCommerce Subscriptions.
This is how the process goes:
* When a user adds a product to their cart, a checkbox to subscribe to the user’s newsletter will appear on the cart screen.
* If they select the checkbox, they will be prompted to select the frequency with which they wish to have the merchandise delivered to them.
5. Allow Cancelling After Specific Number of Days of Subscription Start Date
Users of WooCommerce Subscriptions have the ability to cancel their subscription at any time they see fit, even immediately after the purchase has been delivered to them. This can frequently result in a loss for your company because customers typically subscribe to a service in order to save money on the product’s initial cost by paying the service’s subscription price rather than its one-time purchase price. They merely cancel their subscription at the time that the product is due to be renewed, and then they buy the product individually whenever they require it again. With the help of the Subscription Cancel Delay feature, it is possible for you to prohibit your users from cancelling their subscription for a predetermined amount of time that is under your control.
6. Allow Cancellation After Specific Days of Renewal
Your customers have the ability to terminate their subscription plan whenever they want through WooCommerce Subscriptions. If, on the other hand, you want to make it possible for users to rescind their subscriptions only after a certain amount of time has passed since their last renewal, you can do so by utilising the feature that allows cancellation after specific days of renewal.
7. Prevent Cancelling Before Specific Days of Renewal
Users have the ability to terminate their registration at any time they choose through WooCommerce Subscriptions. Users have the ability to terminate their subscriptions at any time, even up to a few minutes before their renewal. Due to the fact that the products were most likely already delivered or were in the process of being shipped, this can frequently result in a loss for the site administrator as well as an inconvenience for the customer.
It is possible to avoid undesirable inconveniences and financial losses by preventing users from cancelling their subscriptions during the renewal process. After the configuration has been completed, the users are able to terminate their subscriptions up until the cutoff date for subscription cancellations. The user is unable to cancel their subscription during the period in which it is being renewed once the cutoff date has been achieved. You will only be able to terminate the subscription when it is due for its next renewal. The procedure is carried out once more and again.
8. Auto Renewal Reminder
When it comes to Automatic Renewals with WooCommerce Subscriptions, the endeavour to charge the customer occurs on the day that the payment is due. The user’s credit card will be charged, and their subscription will be extended automatically if the endeavour is successful. In that case, another attempt at billing for the subscription will be made.
Users are not informed about their subscription renewals automatically. Because of this, it’s possible that some users will fail their restart because they forgot to add funds to their payment source. To increase the likelihood of a successful renewal, you can tailor the date at which the auto-renewal notification is sent.
9. Manual Renewal Reminder Email
Users of WooCommerce Subscriptions who have opted to have their subscriptions directly renewed will not receive a notification in advance regarding the impending renewal of their subscription. Notifications sent to users via email won’t be sent until after their subscriptions have been renewed. Because of this, when the time comes for the users’ subscriptions to be renewed, they will find that their subscriptions have been suspended, which can be an annoyance for them. The payment for the renewal of the subscription is required before the subscription can be made operational.
If the users had been informed in advance about the impending renewal of their subscription, they would have had the opportunity to make the necessary payment for the renewal in advance of the renewal date, which would have prevented the manually renewed subscription from being placed on pause for each renewal.
10. Trial Expiry Reminder Email
Users will not receive earlier notice from WooCommerce Subscriptions when the trial period is drawing to a close and is about to expire. It would be beneficial if the user were informed about the trial expiration so that they could make decisions in accordance with the circumstances, particularly in the event that the user intended to cancel the subscription at the conclusion of the trial.
You are able to configure the times at which the users will receive the trial expiry reminder emails by using the function known as Trial Expiry Reminder Email.
11. Subscription Expiry Reminder
When a user’s limited-duration subscription is about to expire in WooCommerce Subscriptions, the user is not informed in advance of the impending cancellation of their subscription. Users will be oblivious to the fact that their registration has either already run out or is about to run out. You have the ability to modify the date on which you deliver the auto-renewal reminder to customers in order to bring their attention to the upcoming expiration of their subscription and encourage them to continue maintaining it.
This email will be sent to the consumer regarding the upcoming expiration of their subscription based on the configuration settings.
12. Multiple Templates for Reminder Emails
You have the ability to send numerous email reminders to your customers using WooCommerce Subscriptions. However, there is a single restriction. Every one of the emails serving as a notification will contain the exact same information. If you want to send different content via email for each reminder, you can do so by creating distinct email templates for each reminder. This will allow you to send different content via email for each reminder.
13. Preview Subscription Emails
In WooCommerce Subscriptions, if you want to view how subscription-related emails look like after making changes to the look and feel of the email templates, then you will be required to either place an actual subscription purchase or perform the desired subscription-related action in order to view the changes. This is necessary in order to see how the changes affect the appearance of the emails.
Simply entering a previously placed subscription order id or/and a subscription id into the Preview Subscription Emails feature is all that is required to immediately preview the changes that have been made to the subscription emails. You can do this by using the Preview Subscription Emails function.
Note: There are some email templates that call for either a purchase id or a subscription id, or both.
14. Limit Subscription Trial
If a Trial is configured for a product in WooCommerce Subscriptions, then it will allow consumers to use the Trial an unlimited number of times, which will result in a loss for the site administrator. As a result, you can prevent customers from using the Trial version of a product more than once by making use of the function that is known as Limit Subscription Trial.
15. Limit Subscription in Variant Level
In WooCommerce Subscriptions, if the purchase of a Subscription is limited to one and a customer buys one of the variations of a changeable product, then the customer is unable to buy any other variation of the product. This occurs if the subscription purchase is limited to one. You are able to restrict the subscription at a variant level by utilising the feature known as restrict Subscription in Variant Level. This allows customers to purchase additional variations in addition to the initial subscription.
16. Allow Subscription Switching After a Delay
Your customers have the ability, through WooCommerce Subscriptions, to change to a different subscription package whenever they choose. However, if you use the feature titled “Allow Subscription Switching After a Delay,” you will have the ability to switch between new and renewed subscriptions after a delay. This is only available for new subscriptions.
17. Prevent Switching Before Specific Days of Renewal
Your customers have the ability, through WooCommerce Subscriptions, to change to a different subscription package whenever they choose. However, if you make use of the Prevent Switching Before Specific Days of Renewal feature, you will be able to do so if you have the intention of preventing users from switching their subscriptions on specific days prior to the date of their renewal.
18. Disable Reminder Emails on Product Level
The Site Admin has the option to deactivate the following Reminder Emails on the Product Level:
1. Trial Ending Reminder
2. Automatic Renewal Reminder
3. Manual Renewal Reminder
4. Expiry Reminder
5. An Update to the Subscription Price