This plugin lets you numerate WooCommerce orders. Orders can be numbered sequentially or randomly, while reseting the numbers at a desired frequency. The plugin also allows you to prefix or suffix orders including fixed tags and dates.
Alternately, order numbers can also be edited manually.
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Assign Order Numbers sequentially and reset the sequence either daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly.
Assign Order Numbers randomly.
Renumerate existing orders starting from 1 onwards.
Assign Order Numbers manually.
Assign custom prefix and suffix to new orders, from a past date, from a certain order ID or to all orders.
Setup the width of the order numbers.
Add date as prefix and/or suffix in order numbers.
Track Orders using custom order numbers.
You can search orders in the backend with custom order numbers.
The plugin works great. Had a bit conflict with Omnisend email marketing, but Tyche support had managed this with just one code line very rapidly. Well done
Great! works as expected.
Great plugin and good service. We had a problem in conjunction with WP Germanized Pro, but they found a solution.
It helped a lot to my site.
This plugin does exactly what it claims to do and it’s very easy to use. I requested a new feature and Tom had the update ready in just a few days. My client is very happy.
I got in a jam with my orders due to a site restore, and the author was very responsive. It’s a slick little plugin that does what it says. Thank you.
Thanks for this great plugin – even free version is perfect – Pro is even better…
When I found this plugin I was struck by the simplicity that is its strength, attention, simplicity in use and functions, it does not mean that it is worth little but that, whoever created it, has taken into account an element that is sometimes difficult to be achieved: immediate usability. In addition, in addition to the sequential numbering of orders, it also has the reset that can be set with different time intervals, I use the annual one for tax management in my country. I had a block on the sequence of the order numbers, but the support intervened and solved the problem immediately. Great job guys!
When you use the Custom Order Number PRO plugin, in the Database, the original Order ID created by WooCommerce remains unchanged because that Order ID is used for many core functions and by multiple plugins and themes.
To use custom order numbers in a third-party plugin, you will have to contact the Support Team of the third-party plugin & ask them to make the necessary changes. They can do this by fetching the Order ID and using the below code for Custom Order Number.
This code has to be used in place of where the Order ID is fetched as shown below:
$custom_order_number = $order->get_order_number(); //where $order is an order object.
Yes, it is possible to set the random numbers for the custom order number.
Custom Order Numbers can be set in three different ways - Sequential, Random or by Order ID.
Yes, it is possible to reset the counter number. You can reset the counter number in four different ways- daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis.
There is also an option to set a number for reset counter value. This would mean that on every reset, the sequence will start with that particular number.
Yes, there is an option available to set the width of the custom order number on the settings page.
Custom Order Numbers plugin has a tool called ‘Renumerate Orders’. Using this tool, you can easily renumerate all the existing orders in a correct sequence.
Yes, you can add a prefix/suffix based on different user roles. For eg: guest-order for Guest user role, etc.
Our Custom Order Numbers for WooCommerce plugin will allow you to manage your WooCommerce store with more ease than ever before.
Number your WooCommerce orders to best suit your needs. Choose from the variety of numbering options the plugin offers and renumerate your existing orders as well.
The plugin allows you to renumerate existing orders and customize WooCommerce order numbers sequentially, randomly or using a template as desired.