WooCommerce Analytics is the official reporting and data analysis tool for WooCommerce stores. Using a ‘Sales Channel‘ filter, FooSales also has the ability to view “Online Only” and “POS Only” orders separately in the WooCommerce Analytics  > Orders report. To access WooCommerce Analytics, go to WordPress admin area > Analytics > Orders. Use the ‘Sales Channel‘ […]

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How do I disable or customize order emails?

FooSales uses built-in WooCommerce settings to send out and manage all order related emails. You will find these settings by logging into your WordPress admin area and navigating to: WooCommerce > Settings > Emails You can learn more about WooCommerce email settings in this help document: Since version 1.15.0 of the FooSales WordPress plugin

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What is WooCommerce?

WooCommerce is a free ecommerce platform for WordPress that enables entrepreneurs to easily create and run their own online stores. WooCommerce is the world’s most popular ecommerce platform. Visit FooSales is designed and built to work natively with WooCommerce. It functions as a point of sale layer for your WooCommerce store, making it possible

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We strongly recommend that you read through the documentation on Setting up Taxes in WooCommerce carefully and consult with a qualified tax practitioner if necessary before using FooSales. Setting up Taxes in WooCommerce FooSales uses the built-in WooCommerce Tax Settings when applying taxes to orders. This means that any tax settings and tax rates that have

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Payment methods not displaying correctly? Please read the following FAQ FooSales payment methods can be managed from within your WordPress admin dashboard. Login to your WordPress admin dashboard and go to FooSales > Settings > Payment Methods. Using the existing WooCommerce payment method management screen, you can enable/disable specific payment methods, change the display order, and give them custom titles by clicking on the Manage button. Once modified,

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A typical workflow when processing an order through FooSales is as follows: Orders are created when a cart is processed at checkout from within the FooSales apps The product, cart and customer information is packaged and sent to your WooCommerce store where a new order is generated and set to complete WooCommerce will then perform

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Customers that are displayed or created within the FooSales apps are stored as WooCommerce customers within your website’s database. Customers can be created and viewed from within the FooSales apps as well as within your WooCommerce store’s admin area. WooCommerce customers are essentially WordPress users that have the ‘customer’ user role. If you are new

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Products are the items that are sold through your store. Products are typically managed through the WooCommerce section in your WordPress backend. The FooSales apps connect to your WooCommerce store and retrieve the relevant product information. Quick Links Adding Products Editing Products Product Variations Product Filtering Category Filters Search Filter Product Discounts Adding Products Products

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