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Release Date: 2017.10.18
It might not come as a surprise but no two eCommerce sites are the same. Each has their own unique characteristics and needs, especially when it comes to the checkout process.
WooCommerce Checkout Field Editor is a powerful tool that helps you customize your checkout page according to your store specifications, also having in mind the customer’s experience. Not only you can add fields, but also you can remove those fields that could make the checkout a time consuming process. Whenever the customer has to fill irrelevant information, one might feel frustrated and, instead of having a purchase, you might end up with a high cart-abandonment rate.
Advanced Notifications extension
This lets you set up order and stock notifications for users other than the admin. These can be used for notifying staff and users of sales, sending stock notices to suppliers, or even sending new orders to drop shippers.
Work on it in the Admin Panel
After you’ve installed this plugin, you can easily find it in the WooCommerce menu. No coding is required.
Determine which Fields you want to Display
You can choose from billing, shipping and additional fields. The plugin comes with preset fields to ease your work.
Add as many fields you want
Although it might decrease conversions, sometimes a complex checkout form cannot be avoided. With WooCommerce Checkout Field Editor you can include text input boxes, dropdown lists, radio buttons, checkboxes, passwords, dates, times, numeric fields, and more.
Use the Drag and Drop to Move Fields wherever you want them
If you’re not happy with the position of the fields during checkout process, you can change the position of the fields, without messing the code.
Add a New Field, be it Billing, Shipping or Additional Field
When you click on the “Add field” button, a new blank field automatically appears.
… and more
Any little tweak has the chance of increasing your revenue, therefore you should not settle for the default form. As we were pointing out earlier, the more fields one has to fill, the longer the checkout process and the higher the risk for decreasing conversion rates. Make sure you keep your checkout form simple and relevant.
You can now add any form field to your checkout page, which is useful for allowing customers to add a gift message with their order, a checkbox to make sure the customer agrees to your terms and conditions, and more.
Although long checkout forms are not desirable, sometimes you might find yourself with a complex checkout form that just cannot be shortened. In this case the best solution is to split the form into multiple steps, according to subjects like: order, address, billing, etc.
Don’t make changes just because you can!
Run user tests of checkout customisations
Those custom buttons, banners or fields might not be perceived or understood the way you think they will. Running user tests always reveals the unexpected to allow you to customise checkout to address that, ultimately helping improve conversions.
Optimize for mobile
It is known that although mobile accounts make over 50% of eCommerce traffic, mobile conversion rates are one-third of desktop conversion rates. Make checkout faster and easier with mobile specific UI and UX improvements such as:
– Lower perceived difficulty with multiple pages
– Design inputs for touch, not a mouse
– Address Autofill