cool work, i wish you all the best for your sales
Thank you very much!!!
I want a new WordPress theme for the dental hospital. My website this dis klinigi ankara. What theme would you advise me ?
I’m not a designer and I don’t offer any service like that and so I cannot advice you anything.
Furthermore, comment system is only to ask question about the plugin.
Check also presentation on designrazzi: WooCommerce Plugins
Thank you very much
Is there a option to set a threshold per product which over-rides the category threshold? Surely not all products in any category have same threshold limits. It differs from product to product.
yes you can define multiple rules. You can define one for the category and one for the specific product(s). Rule priority goes from bottom to top (Bottom rules have higher priority).
Give a try to the demo site. I’ve setted two rules, the second overrides the first one for the Product 1
Sweet. Is it possible to change rule location then? Drag the top rules to bottom to receive greater priority? And if top rules interfere with bottom rules, they WILL get over-ridden.
I figured it is possible to drag them up and down. With this plugin active, do I have to turn off Woocommerce notifications for low-stock and out of stock threshold so they both don’t interfere with each other? Also, Is it possible to have custom name for the rules & custom email recipients to be notified per rule? That would be a perfect addition if possible. Currently, its very difficult to understand a rule by only looking at its warning level. A name/description makes things much easier. Additionally, having separate recipients per rule helps avoid spams and better management. Lastly, can you come with a solution that it occupies 1 instead of 2 lines on the left panel at admin dashboard? Its little bit annoying to look at
thank you for the suggestions. I’ll try to implement both of them. For what concerns the priority by order, you have only to drag&drop. Currently there is a bug that prevent the correct working of this. I’m releasing an update to fix this. You will receive a notification email when ready
Yes, I figured it by precision hovering of mouse. Took me about 30 seconds to find exactly location to point at for it to activate. I was actually waiting for an update on WooCommerce setting. Should it be active or deactivated? After i installed this plugin, I deactivated it and I haven’t received any mails yet. I hope there is a way I can just verify if it works (like test mail/product). Also, it uses the usual woocommerce email template correct?
The plugin update notification email is sent by codecanyon. Update publish time will take a half a day / one day (CodeCanyon approval system takes awhile to publish new update)
Sure. But like I mentioned, can you please tell me if my Woocommerce stock notifications should be activated or deactivated when your plugin is installed? I have NOT yet received any low stock notification via this plugin yet. Can you also share an image how the notification appears like?
yes you should deactive the native woocommerce email notifications for low stock level notifications. For what concerns the email sent by the plugin, there was an issue in the old version that could prevent email sending. It has been fixed in this new version.
For what concerns email example: Email example
In this new version I’ve also implemented the “Emails recipient(s)” list specific for each rule and the “Rule name” that is reported in the notification email.
The plugin shows inaccurate results for the rules created. Its not working as intended. Can someone look into?
Yes I’ve replied via email. The login data are wrong.
Is there a way to exclude the parent product and only show stock levels of the product variations? For example I have a t-shirt with size Small, Medium, Large and X-Large. I would like to know the stock quantities of each of the sizes and exclude parent t-shirt product.
Being able to exclude products by ID would be handy.
yes the plugin already does that. You have to disable the stock managment at the level of the parent product and enable it for every variation you have.
In this way the plugin will manage variation instead of the parent product.
Is it compatible for WP 4.5 ?
yes it is compatible with latest WordPress 4.5 version
I was required me to updated my data Wordpress data base through the backend of the site. Now the Out of Stock! Manager plugin is not able to pull up my stock information. Do you have a suggestion on how it may be fixed?
Thank you, Matthew
It sounds strange. Which plugin version are you running? Can you try updating to the latest 1.7 version? Which wordpress and woocommerce version are you running? Would be possible have a backend access to do some analysis? If so, send me login data via private message (to send a private message, click on my name and then use the low-right box).
Hi, The plugin hangs on:
Computing data, please wait…
if I filter by:
All manageable stock items
Can you please help me, thanks
Which plugin version are you running? is the latest 2.0 version?
Could be possible have a backend access? In this way I can analyze with my tools to try to figure out why you are experiencing this issue in your install.
Sure, give me an email for contact
send me a private message (Click on my name and then use the low-right box) with login data.
I’ll then reply to you directly via email with my analysis report!
Ok, I’ve received the private message. I’ve answered to you via email!
Can you send me via private message the email you are actually using? I’ve replied to the one associated to your codecanyon account but you seems to have not received it.
I still haven’t heard anything from you!
Can you verify you spam folder or provide me another email address?
However I’ve published the nrew plugin versione on codecanyon. Download it from there and try if it fixes your issue.
Ok, I’ve answered to the email you have provided. Please check also the spam folder. Let me know.
Hi, can we have support for custom taxonomies as well? For example: Category is a built-in woocommerce taxonomy. But most installations have more taxonomies like Brands, Vendors etc. It would be nice if customers can choose the taxonomies instead of just “Category”.
Thank you very much for the suggestion. I’ll try to see if it will be implementable for a future release. I’ll let you know in case of news!
any news please?
no, any new news
Hey There – is there a Way to handle Variable Products (Variants) eg. Size L (Stock Notice 500) // Size XL (Stock Notice 10)
That is a must have for us.
For now is not possible assign custom threshold values to single variations. It can be done only for “master” product. This feature is on the works, but I cannot give you any ETA. I’ll let you know by replying here in case of news.
good news, I’ve just released the 2.5 version that now allows you to set thersholds even for variations.
It will be avaiable to download tomorrow (CodeCanyon approval system takes awhile to approve new updates). However if you send me a private message (click on my name then use the low-right box) I can send you the update via email.
I hope you will enjoy!
THX i´ll wait for tomorrow otherwise i send you an email
Can you reply to mails I have sent?
as I replied to you the support service is not meant to be used as customization service. Furthermore, as you can see from you badge, your support license is expired.
Please keep your tone in check. Scroll upwards and check my comments from past that were published when I “had” plugin support and none was offered. Looking at the same, and the sales data, I don’t think anyone should even consider buying such a plugin. The support service is no good and neither are plugin functions top notch.
Currently, all other plugins are deploying support for custom settings and various aspects on wordpress/woocommerce core functions while your plugin doesn’t. And if you were smart enough to consider the suggestions, maybe you would have generated more sales with this plugin.
Lastly, its barely going to take 24 hours for you to resolve my issue but no clue why be so reluctant about providing some genuine help.
you instead should learn the difference between customization service and support service.
First of all, you should learn to test a plugin using the demo site and eventually ask the developer if it has support for 3rd party plugin or if it has particular features you need. It is quite obvious you cannot but it and then claim that I need to extend it according to your needs.
You have been contiusly asking customization like support custom taxonomies and for wp-listener.
You can ask but you cannot pretend and get hungry because you didn’t obtained like a child. The fact that you consider a feature useful for you this not mean that is useful for all and most important this not mean I’m bouded to develope for.
Let me be clear once for all THE PLUGIN HAS NOT SUPPORT FOR WP-LISTNER PLUGIN AND NEVER IT WILL.
Can you atleast acknowledge the fact that I have been wanting support when I “paid” for plugin support. Which meant you were supposed to provide help setting up the plugin. I just forwarded you the reply from Wp-lister developers and I am pretty sure they have explained how you can make the plugin compatible. So can I please request you to end this feud and help me out?
WP-Lister (both versions) call the reduce_stock() method on the WooCommerce product object, like so:
$product->reduce_stock( $by );
That reduce_stock() method then calls the set_stock() method (see WC_Product::reduce_stock() in WooCommerce core) which does the actual work. Depending on whether it’s a simple or a variable product, WooCommerce then calls either one of those action hooks:
do_action( ‘woocommerce_product_set_stock’, $this ); // for simple products
do_action( ‘woocommerce_variation_set_stock’, $this ); // for variable products
But you can see this for yourself in WC_Product::set_stock() and WC_Product_Variation::set_stock() in WooCommerce core. This doesn’t even have anything to do with WP-Lister. WP-Lister simply tells WooCommerce to reduce the stock, and WooCommerce does all the rest by itself.
Can you make your plugin listen and work based on these hooks?
As reported in the previous comment, the plugin never had support for that 3rd plugin and IT NEVER WILL HAVE. Furthermore support service DOESN’T INCLUDE CUSTOMIZATION SERVICE. This mean that support service is only to report bugs, issue and ask for information. Furthermore “provide help to setup” doesn’t mean that the plugin has to be customized according your needs.
So stop asking for this customization, the plugin will not be redesigned to grand support for that 3rd party.
This plugin is not getting good sales. And I can assure it will not because normal woocommerce stores don’t need such plugin because normal woocommerce stores are not that big. On the other hand, this is something which will help my case. If you can keep the differences aside and for once support the wp-lister plugin which sells more than usual plugins, it would be a nice thing. It does not call of major re-designing. Just minor tweaking. I will even pay you if needed. Lets be little professional? Mail me.
I’m the developer so I think I know if the plugin needs a major redesign or a simple tweak. The fact you think it works in a way it doesn’t mean that i really work in that way.
As I said the plugin will never had the support for wp-listener.
Hi, just bought the plugin, installed it and test it. I got it to work for the stock control and to show up on the list of low stock, but the email alert it does not seem to be working. Thanks in advance.
I checked the spam folder, there is nothing there. I also tried using same configuration on the demo site with same result (no email sent). I am using this email address firstname.lastname@example.org (in case that makes any difference). I will tell what it is been my process:
- I add a new threshold with the warning level at X. for a single product with all selected products activated, yes on the email notification and recipient: email@example.com. Update info.
- I add X+2 stock for this product on the admin.
- I buy 3 products with the admin user but on the fronten.
- I check the out of stock manager and detects that the stock for product has change and now is X-1.
- No email received…
I also tried variations using category selections instead, filling the email notification default recipient with also an email on the specific threshold; not punting email en threshold but yes on default. None of it work for the email alert, but it detects perfectly the stock changes. I also tried deactivating notifications on woocommerce config and activating it… After that I run out of idea for testing
Hope this is useful to figure it out. Awaiting for further instructions
Getting error on “Items under custom stock values” page:
Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token < in JSON at position 0(…)
I need some more clues to understand what’s wrong in your installation. Would be possible to have a backend access?
In this way I can analyze that page with my tools and try to figure out why in your installation you are getting that error.
if so, please send me via private message (click on my name and then use the low-right box)
How about this plugin use cron function to send a complete list of products that show up in each rule to the specified email in that rule, every 24 hours?
For example: Rule 1 is applicable to products X Y Z, and after 24 hours low-stock threshold is applicable to product X and Z; then the plugin sends the mail to specified email in Rule 1 that will consist CSV file or Table list view containing products X and Z.
Likewise, if there are more rules, it works accordingly for them.
hi, kind of suggestion here: i’m probably buying this plugin, but i saw in demo that the low stock alert page, you need to pick one by one all products and add them to the correct threshold category. Isn’t that needlessly complicated? It would be much easier to have in product page stock settings tab, a simple field where you can directly input the desired alert number. This way, there is no need for double work (especially when there are many products)
Yes, but in this case you should edit one by one every product and entering its custom stock lever.
Instead using the Stock values configurator you can do all in a single page (and if using categories, you can bulk assign a threshold to multiple products).
However in some cases actually your suggestion could be useful (like when creating products and if all products have different stock levels). I’ll try to include this feature in a future release! Thank you for contributing.
indeed in that case it’ll be useful. But also true is that i see better the value in the way you made it, after using it In an ideal world both possibilities would be available
I can confirm this plugin will function with wp-lister when you call your functions on there hooks: wpla_after_create_order_with_nonexisting_items & wplister_after_create_order_with_nonexisting_items.
We tried early on with different hooks and they were wrong ones. Can you please listen this one time and help me out? Email me personally if needed OR tell me how I can do it myself.
As reported in several comments and private emails, the plugin has not been designed to have support for wp-listener and never it will have. As I’ve already said to you several times, even if you perceive it as a simple task, it is not because it requires that many plugin sub-components to be redesigned to have a proper support to wp-listener.
And again, support service doesn’t include plugin customization service to support 3rd party software, so stop asking.
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