Cart and Request to Quote for WooCommerce

Cart and Request to Quote for WooCommerce

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Request a quote for WooCommerce allows you to hide product prices and their add-to-cart buttons, allows your customers to request a quote in two different ways as a custom quote for every product, or turns your regular WooCommerce cart page products to quote.

The plugin allows shop owners to sell products and digital services without a flat or fixed product price but gives your customers an option to add to cart quotes in two ways: create a custom request to quote or turn your default WooCommerce cart products to quote. The plugin has two main mode types, Request a Quote or Cart to Quote. Admin can enable a quote to both catalogs, and product pages, get quote notification on admin email and check the quote details directly from an email received.

Features of Cart and Request to Quote for WooCommerce

  • Advance cart and Request to quote for WooCommerce
  • Two in one cart and request a quote plugin
  • Option to set the cart to quote or request to quote mode
  • Add dynamic input fields for quote forms
  • Send receive email notification on quote submission
  • Admin can see complete request list at the backend with customer details

Cart and Request to Quote for WooCommerce Plugin Demos

The Cart and Request to Quote plugin for WooCommerce have two modes, so we have two demo links to check each of them.

Pre Added Request to Quote form Fields

We allow admin to add any dynamic form fields to request data from customers, So it’s effortless to add any new form fields like address, phone, email, first name, last name, etc. Upon the first installation, the plugin has pre-load form fields displayed in the below image. First Name, Last Name, Email, and Customers Note.

Add new Form Field for Quote Request

You can add any form field to display in the request to quote form. If the specified field is enabled, the option to add field status will be displayed at the front end; the field can show the top of the field, whether the field is required or not, Field placeholder, Field size, Field type, and priority of form field.

Quote Requests from Customer’s listing at Backend

All customer requests will be displayed at the backend with complete information submitted by customers and information related to customers.

Add to Quote Button on Shop and Single Page

Admin has full setting options to add a Quote button on shop and product page or hide from both views. Admin can also hide the add to cart button from the shop and single product page. Once the product was added to the quote list customer can view the list and also be notified that the product was added to the quote.

Cart to Quote View

In the cart-to-quote mode, customers can add products to the cart, whereas the plugin allows customers to submit requests with the quote form listed below. Admin can hide cart prices, quantity input, totals, and the checkout button.

Request to Quote Frontend Page for Customers

Customers have complete information about what they have in the quote list, Product name, price, quantity, total in price and subtotal, etc. Customers can also remove the product from the quote list and increase and decrease the quantity of any product.

Email Notification for Admin and Customer

Via email notification admin can get complete requirements of what customers want regarding discounts and products. Admin can also have the full details that the customer fills in when submitting his request.

Cart and Request to Quote plugin Setting Options (General setting options)

Cart and Request to Quote plugin (Quote list and form setting options)

Cart and Request to Quote plugin (Colour and Styles Settings)

Cart and Request to Quote plugin (Cart to Quote Settings)

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Change log:

Version 1.0.3
Pre-load form settings added
Version updated
Version 1.0.2
Deactivation hook added to remove extra save settings
Version 1.0.1
Css, Js fixes
Version 1.0.0
Initial release

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