In this article, we demonstrate yet another e-commerce store automation workflow brought to you by WooCommerce Assistant.
If you are new to the Assistant, we recommend you to read these “How-to”s first:
End the Sales Event ↑ Back to top
Scenario ↑ Back to top
You have multiple products in several categories in your online store. There is a variety of discounts set on many of them.
A holiday is coming and you decided to post a store-wide message about the “sales event” that will run for the next 3 days only. You expect people to buy more if they see that it’s a limited-time offer.
Of course, you want people to trust you and see that you really stop the sales after 3 days. However, it’s a lot of manual work to check every product and remove the sale price!
Just ask Assistant! ↑ Back to top
(Admin) -> WooCommerce -> Assistant and click the “End the Sales Event” workflow:
Then in the Workflow, you set a date when you would like to end the sales:
On that date, the prices will return to their regular values.
Selected categories only ↑ Back to top
Below the date field, you can see the list of product categories. By clicking on the plus (+) sign, you select a category for this workflow rule to run on.
Products in the categories that you do not select will not be affected.
That’s all! This workflow is very easy to configure.
Save! ↑ Back to top
Do not forget: when you finish the setup, click the “Update” button at the top:
FAQ ↑ Back to top
Q: How all this is different from the “Sale Schedule” that we see in the product’s inventory tab?
A: The result is the same, but Sale Schedule operates with individual products, so you still have to do it one-by-one. Assistant ends all sales at once!
You might be interested also in ↑ Back to top
- WooCommerce Multi-currency: switching currencies and re-calculating rates on-the-fly.
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