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How to Track Shipment on Woocommerce?

August 27 2021 06:14
Marissa
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Not sure what the tracking status means or have questions about your expected package? Learn how to track with this helpful guide.

WooCommerce Shipping is built into the WordPress dashboard, providing an easy-to-use system that eliminates the stress of processing orders.

Shipment Tracking

The Shipment Tracking extension provides customers with an easy way to track shipments by adding a link to emails and order pages.

Allows you to add shipment tracking to emails sent to the customer (e.g., Completed Order email).

Installation

  • 1.Ensure your store meets the plugin requirements.

  • 2.Download the extension from your WooCommerce dashboard.

  • 3.Go to Plugins > Add New > Upload and select the ZIP file you just downloaded.

  • 4.Click Install Now and then Activate.

  • 5.Click Configure and read the next section to learn how to use the extension.

Adding tracking information to orders

Note: Shipment tracking details are added to the “completed order” email once the order status is marked as completed.

On the edit/view order screen, you will see a new write panel for shipment information:

Adding Order Shipment Tracking

To add shipment information for the customer to view:

Shipment Tracking Details

Choose a provider. This should be the shipping company you use. If your provider is not listed, choose the Custom Provider option.

Add the tracking number that the provider assigned. If you chose the custom option, you need to enter the full link to the company’s tracking page (if applicable).

Choose a shipping date (optional), which is when the package was shipped.

(optional) Test the preview link to see if it works as you expect.

Save Tracking. This is also a good time to change the order status to Complete. Marking the order as Complete will send the Completed Order email to the customer, including the shipment tracking code.

(optional) Add additional tracking numbers by clicking Add Tracking Number.

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