This is the second post in the series of tutorial articles explaining how to use the WooCommerce Assistant extension.
Please go through “Automate introductory offers management with WooCommerce Assistant” before continuing with this one.
The Product ↑ Back to top
We will continue using the same “Sunglasses” product that you’ve set up in the first tutorial:
Because you’ve configured the “Introductory Offers” workflow, the sale ended automatically after the first ten orders. Clients are now buying the sunglasses at the regular price.
Let’s set up the Low Stock Clearance workflow… ↑ Back to top
(Admin) -> WooCommerce -> Assistant and click the Low Stock Clearance workflow:
This workflow has two settings: the Threshold and the Discount percent:
Threshold ↑ Back to top
Here you put the number of items in stock that you consider to be low enough to start the automatic clear-out.
Discount percent ↑ Back to top
70% off is a popular option for clearance sale these days…
Category filters ↑ Back to top
In the first “How-to” article, we applied the Rule to only one product. It is possible, however, to apply to a category or to several categories:
Notifications ↑ Back to top
When the stock becomes low, the workflow’s rule is triggered. You can let it send a notification email to Administrators and/or Shop managers:
Save! ↑ Back to top
“Published” means that the Workflow is active. “Draft” – inactive. When you finish the changes, click the “Update” button at the top:
That’s all! No hard work required.
Notes ↑ Back to top
- This workflow’s rules are triggered by completed orders. If the “threshold” order is “Pending Payment”, nothing happens yet.
- The sale starts immediately. The person who just bought the product at full price may come back and see the price dropped.
See also ↑ Back to top
- WooCommerce Multi-currency: switching currencies and re-calculating rates on-the-fly.
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