How Does The WooCommerce Integration Work?

  • Every 10 minutes, new orders will be download from WooCommerce to Veeqo.
  • When you ship an order in Veeqo, WooCommerce is updated with the details. This includes the fulfilment status, any tracking numbers along with an email confirmation sent to your customer.
  • Every 60 minutes, Veeqo checks for new products in WooCommerce to be downloaded.
  • When stock levels change for a product in Veeqo, the changes will be pushed to WooCommerce immediately.  

WooCommerce Advanced Settings Explained

  • Name: Give your store a name to be used within Veeqo (Reports & Filters). e.g. 'WooCommerce UK'

  • Default Warehouse: Select which warehouse you want to use for this particular store. You may have multiple warehouses and select a specific one for this particular store e.g. You might have a warehouse in London for shipping your WooCommerce UK Orders and one in New York for shipping your WooCommerce US orders.

  • Currency: Select the currency which you are selling in on this store. e.g. For WooCommerce UK you may be selling in British Pound whereas WooCommerce US may be US Dollar. Veeqo will convert any orders from these stores into the set base currency of your Veeqo account.

  • Store Shipping Email: By default Veeqo will use the address defined in Company Email, which can be found in Settings>General. However, if you want a store to use a separate email address enter the one you want to use instead here

  • How Listings Are Synced. When the setting is switched on the button toggle button will appear blue and when off will show as white. All the option in Steps 4 - 8 can be toggled at any point after the store has been created, however settings for listings should be chosen prior to activating the store. Below is a list of each option and what they do:

  • How Products Are Synced
  • How Orders Are synced

  • How Stock Should Be Synced you can create stock pushing rule to change the amount of stock pushed from Veeqo to this WooCommerce store. Any rule that is set, will be applied to ALL products on this store. For more information on each rule you can use check out the guide  How To Filter Inventory Levels Sent To Your Store

  • Selecting your Ranking Warehouse:

When orders are created for this store, Veeqo will allocate stock from your warehouses in the order they are ranked by here. You can also select whether your warehouse is active or not for this particular store. 

 e.g.

  • Warehouse 1 - London Warehouse 
  • Warehouse 2 - New York Warehouse

Any orders for this WooCommerce store will allocate inventory from Warehouse 1 - Main Warehouse for all it's orders. If there's no stock left in this Warehouse, Veeqo will then try to find stock in Warehouse 2 - New York Warehouse. 

To push stock levels to WooCommerce, Veeqo uses the inventory total of all warehouses. This does not include warehouses that are disabled for this store. 

  

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