WooCommerce Shipment Tracking
According to studies conducted on usability, 97 percent of customers anticipate being able to track the delivery of the products they have ordered online at every stage of the distribution process.
With the help of the YITH WooCommerce Order & Shipment Tracking plugin, you will be able to show the same data on your customers’ accounts as well as add the shipping information to each order (including the carrier’s name, the delivery date, the tracking code, and the carrier’s site URL to track the order in real time, among other details) (both in the orders list and order details).
The purchase process will be simplified, the client’s faith in your store will increase, and the workload (phone calls, emails, etc.) of your customer care will be reduced if you provide users with a tool that allows them to watch the shipping of the product.
- Obtain a list of the more than 480 supported carriers so that the tracking URL can be immediately shared with your consumers.
- In addition, include the anticipated date of delivery.
- Importing tracking information from a CSV file can help you save time.
- When the order is finished being processed, clients should be sent an email with the tracking information.
- You can decide where the tracking information text will appear in the email (above or below the products table)
- You have the option to finalise the order immediately after entering the tracking information.
- You may create a personalised order tracking page for your shop by using the shortcode.
- Enable an additional column in the orders list that contains the tracking information for orders
- The premium edition of YITH WooCommerce PDF Invoices & Packing Slips allows for the addition of tracking information to the packing slips that are generated by the plugin.
- Integration with the premium version of YITH WooCommerce Custom Order Status, allowing order tracking data to be displayed in emails sent by Custom Order Status.
- Integrated support for YITH Frontend Manager within WooCommerce
- In the Elementor panel, use the shortcode that comes with the plugin.