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Overview: WooCommerce emails in Managed WordPress Ecommerce

Overview: WooCommerce emails in Managed WordPress Ecommerce | Editing WooCommerce emails in Managed WordPress Ecommerce
Editing the WooCommerce email template in Managed WordPress Ecommerce | Previewing and sending test WooCommerce emails in Managed WordPress Ecommerce | Verifying the sender email address for WooCommerce emails in Managed WordPress Ecommerce

WooCommerce emails will work right out of the box, sending as soon as you start getting orders. However, you may want to edit the email look and content before it reaches your customers.

To do so, head to Marketing > Emails in your WordPress Admin.

Under Settings, you can edit the sender name and address. The sender details will appear in your customer inbox. Read more on verifying your email address.

Under Settings, you can also preview the email template applied to your WooCommerce emails. If you wish to customize the template, click on customize and read more about your options.

Under Emails, you can see all of the emails your store may send to admins or customers. Emails are divided into the following categories:

  1. Order - all emails that relate to the orders your customers place on your site.
  2. Customer - all emails that relate to Customer management, such as password reset.
  3. Admin - all emails that are sent to your site admin(s).
  4. Extensions - all emails that are added to your site by your active extensions.

For each email, you can view and change their status.

  • An “active” email means that it will be sent when the event it relates to happens. For instance, if “Item Shipped” is active, an email will be sent when you add tracking information to one of your orders.
  • An “inactive” email won’t be sent even if the event it relates to happens.
  • A “manual” email can only be sent manually. For instance, manual order emails can be sent from the order screen.

To edit an email, click on the email title. You can read more about editing emails here.

Overview: WooCommerce emails in Managed WordPress Ecommerce | Editing WooCommerce emails in Managed WordPress Ecommerce
Editing the WooCommerce email template in Managed WordPress Ecommerce | Previewing and sending test WooCommerce emails in Managed WordPress Ecommerce | Verifying the sender email address for WooCommerce emails in Managed WordPress Ecommerce