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Hi, I need a cart for products shipped immediately and a cart for delayed product shipping. So in my single product page i need to add the product in one of this cart. After, it would we 2 different orders. In back office, i need to track my delayed shipping. Please could your plug help me to do that ? thanks

Thanks, do yo mean i can’t track in back office with wich cart name order has been done ? Do you know jupiter Theme https://themeforest.net/item/jupiter-multipurpose-responsive-theme/5177775?s_rank=1 ? I don’t understand where the second cart will be ?

Thanks, do yo mean i can’t track in back office with wich cart name order has been done ? Do you know jupiter Theme https://themeforest.net/item/jupiter-multipurpose-responsive-theme/5177775?s_rank=1 ? I don’t understand where the second cart will be ?

That’s correct. There’s no indication in the order record which cart a user happened to use to checkout with. The plugin provides a widget which you can put anywhere your theme allows. If you haven’t already, check out the demo: http://demo.burningmoth.com/wordpress/woocommerce-multiple-carts/ Short of showing configuration options, that demonstrates most of the functionality.

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This plugin is exactly what i was looking for.. But have couple of questions.

1. Its says the no of carts per user is 10. Can we make it unlimited carts per user?

2. Can we categorize carts into groups or folders? eg: Folder A will have carts A1, A2 Folder B will have carts B! , B2 ,B3 Use case : each folder will represent an interior design project, and each cart will be for different rooms like Living Room , Dining Room etc

Let me know if this is possible. If not, how can we customize it?

Hi Shreyabi. Thanks for asking. Answers:

1. There cannot currently be unlimited carts per user because the plugin uses a cookie to store information about the carts (not what’s in them) and cookies have an upper byte limit.

2. The carts cannot be categorized beyond custom labeling, no. And only one cart (the current cart) can check out at a time so a large number of carts, even grouped, may become difficult to manage. I think what might work better in your use case would be the ability to group items in one cart so that they can all be checked out at once. This plugin doesn’t do that but it’s an interesting idea.

The plugin doesn’t currently include hooks (they they are being considered); however, it does integrate with other WooCommerce and WordPress hooks that can be intercepted and functions in the plugin include inline documentation. If any functionality is phased out in the future, standard depreciation warnings will be issued in versions prior to their eventual removal.

Hope I could help. Let me know if any other questions or suggestions come up. Thanks again.

Hi BurningMoth

I want to buy your plugin, however please tell me is it possible to realise following scenario: 1. Products from Category A will always go to Cart A 2. Products from Category B will always go to Cart B

Thanks in advance Mike

Hi Mike.

There’s currently no logic in place for the sort of functionality you describe, no.

However, I’m getting a lot of inquiries about this level of customization and am considering including hooks that would allow other plugins the necessary access to perform such operations.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Thank you.

Hi i like your plugin idea and i like to ask if it is possible to put different products in different carts by default? The idea is that we like to conect that with wcvendors and each vendor has a seperate cart & checkoutprozess. Please let me know.

Hi piconda.

There’s currently no logic in place for administrators to program carts with specific parameters or conditions. It is entirely up to the customer how many carts they have and what gets put in them.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Thank you.

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