The WooCommerce Order Export plugin has a considerable number of features that allow you to export WooCommerce data in a variety of different ways and to store it in Excel or CSV formats. Also, this tool is highly efficient, easy to use, and comes in both a free and a premium version, so you can pick the one that suits your needs and budget.
In the following text, we will do a quick walkthrough and briefly describe most features.
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Data Ranges of Orders to Include in Export WooCommerce
The first thing that appears on your screen is the main export dashboard, from where you can run an export. You will be able to pick a lot of different filters to choose what data gets exported. To begin with, let’s deal with the dates. You can select specific start and end dates in the data ranges of orders to include in the export tab.
There is also an additional option, Predefined Ranges. You can choose today’s WooCommerce export orders, yesterday’s WooCommerce export orders, this week’s, last week’s, month to date, previous month’s, and year-to-date orders. These two options will allow you to cover any date range you need.
Report Format & Output
The next thing you get within WooCommerce Order Export is changing how the data is formatted in the actual export. You can choose how it is sorted and select date formats, time formats, filename, character encoding, and how the fields are broken up (field delimiter). In the end, you can choose how each line appears to meet customer requirements.
Export New Orders Only
The Export New Orders Only is a pretty cool feature that remembers which orders you have already exported, so it exports only the new ones. That is quite nice if you export WooCommerce a few times a day or a week.
As we said, this feature will remember the last ones that were already exported and, based on that, only give you the new ones, which saves you a lot of time. Also, if you have a specific need, you can determine the initial order yourself.
In this category, you can pick what you want to filter WooCommerce export orders by. You can sort it by order currency, discount, shipping amount, shipping tax amount, payment gateway, payment method title, etc. You can pick as many conditions as you want, and when you do so, you will automatically get all the values in the database.
Also, you can do the same with products and coupons. You can choose which products you want to export. In addition, there is a possibility to select everything with a coupon, specific coupons you are interested in, and much more.
Fields to Export
Now we move on to the Fields to export tab to decide which
This article was written by Ramiz Plancic and originally published on WP Newsify.