- Consumers should be able to sign up for alerts about when they may buy out-of-stock items.
- Find the “most sought” items quickly so you can prioritise restocking
- facilitate clients checking in on and making changes to their waiting lists
- Keep a tally of who has received an in-stock email alert and from what date.
- Use the WordPress backend to effortlessly manage waiting lists.
- Use our shortcode to embed the product waiting list wherever you’d like.
- Simple installation, activation, and use; the ability to “plug and play.
How it works
In a matter of seconds, buyers can sign up for a waiting list on your WooCommerce store by clicking a button on the product page.
Whenever you make a change to your site’s inventory, everyone on your mailing list will immediately receive an email with a direct link to the product, making it easy for them to make a purchase.
Simple items, product variants, and the offspring of grouped products are all fully supported by WooCommerce’s Waitlist plugin.
See who’s waiting for what
WooCommerce Waitlist allows store owners to categorise items based on the number of consumers who have placed an order for them. As a result, they can swiftly determine which items to restock first.
Through a specialised tab on the Edit Product page, store managers may see who is on the waiting list for a given item and communicate with them as needed.
Here you can easily manage the waiting list for this product, including adding and removing people, viewing archived lists, exporting a CSV of the users on a waiting list/archive, and more.
Allow users to manage their own waiting lists
Under the “Your Waitlists” section of the “My Account” website, customers may see a list of all the goods for which they have signed up for a waiting list. Customers may now easily maintain several waiting lists in one central location.
Get it working your way
You can make the most of WooCommerce Waitlist and its many features by making use of the following settings:
- Choices for showing opt-in content when people join a waiting list
- The choice to include archive pages (such the store page and product category pages) with waitlist buttons.
- WooCommerce Waitlist email tracking options through Google Analytics
- Alternatives for customers to notify site admins through email when they join a waiting list
- Configurable stock-level cutoff for in-stock alerts to be delivered through the WooCommerce Waitlist
- and more…
Extend and customize
The ‘plug and play’ configuration is the default setting, however WooCommerce Waitlist includes a huge number of WordPress action and filter hooks that allow you to adapt it to meet your specific requirements (See documentation for more information). Among the available customizations are:
- The selection of the language for the notification emails
- Modifying the appearance of the buttons that say “join waiting list”
- Adding or removing people from a waiting list triggers the activation or deactivation of additional functionality.
- Changing the look of the “Your Waitlists” page that was added to the “My Account” portion of the website.