Shipped Order Status for WooCommerce

Adds a new shipped status to the WooCommerce order page. Allows you to mark your order as completed when you place your order. Once the product has shipped, you set the order to ‘Shipped’. This allows you to keep track of what orders have been received, orders that are placed or preparing for shipment and orders that have shipped.

Shipped Order Status Features

  • Shipped Order Icon for quick review of order status
  • Adds a new order status so you can sort by Shipped orders
  • Orders in Shipped status correctly calculate on the WooCommerce reports pages
  • Change multiple orders to Shipped with Bulk Actions
  • Sends Shipped Order Status update to customer
  • Easily edit the custom note in the Shipped Order email

Installing WooCommerce Shipped Order Status

  1. Download Shipped Order Status from the My Account page at Digital Incident. (Remember where you saved it)
  2. Go to WordPress Admin: Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin
  3. Click Choose file, and locate the download file: dis-shipstatus.zip on your computer.
  4. Install Now
  5. Click Activate
  6. In WordPress admin, go to Settings > Shipped Status settings page and enter your license.
  7. Shipped Order Status is now enabled and you can set orders to shipped.

 

Be sure to apply your license to use the ‘Shipped Status’ in orders.

To use, go to your order and change the order status to ‘Shipped’.

To modify the message that is included in the shipped status email: go to WooCommerce > Settings > Email > Shipped Order and modify the fields as needed.

You can make further modifications to the email template if you feel comfortable working with php files.  In the Plugins directory > dis-shipstatus > templates > emails is the template file: customer-shipped-order.php for html emails, the another in the subdirectory > plain for text based emails.

After installing the plugin, you may want to bulk update existing orders if they have already shipped out. If you do not want your customers to get shipped notifications, you can go to WooCommerce Settings > Emails and disable Shipped notifications. Just be sure to enable it again when you are done bulk updating.

From WooCommerce > Orders, you can select multiple orders and use the Bulk update to ‘Mark Shipped’.