How to Add a WooCommerce “Request a Quote” Button (2021)

How to Add a WooCommerce "Request a Quote" Button (2021)

Want to add a WooCommerce request a quote feature to your store? In this post, we’ll show you step-by-step how to set everything up.

Adding a WooCommerce request a quote option to your online store enables a form or button (or both) for customers to ask for pricing on certain items. Depending on the plugin that you use, you can sometimes allow shoppers to quote their own price. But primarily, the WooCommerce request a quote feature is for them to ping your company so that you can call or email the potential customers with the cost information.

This functionality comes in handy for B2B operations and when selling custom products since it gives you time to put together a pricing analysis based on the customer.

Example of an Add To Quote button

Furthermore, B2C online stores can utilize a request a quote tool to give customers more freedom to group together products and see what you may be willing to charge for them.

WooCommerce request a quote pagesExample of a Quote Request form with cart

How to implement a WooCommerce request a quote feature

Although you have the opportunity to custom design your own “request a quote” module, the easiest solution is to utilize a plugin. There are several plugins to choose from for this functionality, but we’ll cover how to activate the feature using one of our favorites – the freemium YITH WooCommerce Request a Quote plugin.

Afterward, we’ll list some of the other request a quote plugins that offer similar features.

Here’s how to set everything up…

1. Install the plugin

Starting out, make sure you have WooCommerce installed on your WordPress site with the products you’d like to sell. Go here to learn how to install and configure WooCommerce.

Once you’ve set up your store, install the YITH WooCommerce Request a Quote plugin.

2. Open the plugin’s settings

In the WordPress dashboard, go to YITH → Request a Quote.

go to WooCommerce request a quote features

This reveals a Settings panel for you to configure how you’d like the “request a quote” tool to work for your store.

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This article was written by Joe Warnimont and originally published on ThemeIsle Blog.

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