How To Send New Order Emails in WooCommerce | ShopMagic plugin

by | Jun 27, 2022 | 0 comments

How To Send New Order Emails in WooCommerce | ShopMagic plugin

by | Jun 27, 2022 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments

WooCommerce after order email is a type of email that is sent out to store admin immediately after an order is placed, usually for confirmation purposes. But…

…what if you’d also like to send it to your customers to build trust and establish a relationship with them right from the beginning? You should think of WooCommerce after order emails as an integral part of the experience your customers get when buying from you.

Typically, these emails are an order information summary and include all the order data such as order number, customer name, ordered products, and shipping details.

How to send an after order email to your customer when anything related to email customization is kind of hard in WooCommerce and there are not many options you can find in WooCommerce email settings?

In this video, you will learn how to create customized WooCommerce exactly-how-you-want-them after-order emails in just a couple of minutes.

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—– VIDEO CONTENT ——————–

00:00 Intro
00:17 What Are After Order Emails
00:50 WooCommerce Email Settings
02:04 Get ShopMagic (Free & Lightweight WooCommerce Plugin)
02:35 Create a New After Order Email
03:43 Customize Your Email
04:10 Send a Test Email

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