Need to add custom fields to the WooCommerce checkout or otherwise customize how it works? With the WooCommerce Checkout Manager plugin that we’ll be reviewing in this post, you can easily add, edit, or delete all of the fields that are displayed on your WooCommerce store’s checkout page.
You also get more advanced options, like conditional logic for displaying checkout fields, extra fees, and more.
All in all, if you want to modify how the WooCommerce checkout process works, this is a good one to look at.
Keep reading our WooCommerce Checkout Manager review to learn more about how this plugin functions and get a hands-on look at how it works.
WooCommerce Checkout Manager Review: The Feature List
WooCommerce Checkout Manager lets you customize pretty much everything about how your WooCommerce checkout process functions.
First, it lets you add, edit, or hide fields on the WooCommerce checkout process. You get tons of different field types, including:
- Time picker
- Date picker
- Color picker
- File upload
For example, if you’re using WooCommerce as a restaurant ordering system, you could add a time picker field to your checkout so that shoppers can choose when they want their orders delivered.
You also get detailed control over how each field functions, especially with the Pro version.
- Set up conditional logic to control when a field is visible. For example, you can select a parent field and only show a new field if a user selects a specific value in the parent field.
- Only show fields for certain cart values, user roles, products, or product categories.
- Hide the field in certain areas (like the My Account page).
- Charge a custom price based on a field.
- Display the field data in the backend WooCommerce admin and sort and filter orders based on that field.
For example, if you have a product where shoppers can customize it with their own logo, you could add a new file upload field but only display it if the shopper is purchasing an applicable product:
This article was written by Colin Newcomer and originally published on Learn WordPress with WPLift.