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WooCommerce Multi Inventory Documentation

Here you will find the documentation for our WooCommerce Multi Inventory Locations & Warehouses plugin.

Setup WooCommerce Multi Inventory Plugin

When you have correctly installed our WooCommerce Multi Inventory Locations plugin, we can start setting it up. Open up the admin panel and you will see a few new navigation menus: WooCommerce > Multi Inventory WooCommerce...

Create Multiple Inventory Locations in WooCommerce

To create multiple inventory locations or warehouses in WooCommerce simply go into your backend first. Then navigate to Products > Inventories.  From here you can see, manage, delete, edit and create multiple inventories....

Use the Smart Inventory Stock Manager in WooCommerce

Instead of managing the stock quantities of each product manually, you can use our Smart Inventory Stock Manager. From this single dashboard you can see & search for all products. This includes simple, but also variation...

WooCommerce Multi Inventory Shortcodes

Our WooCommerce Multi Inventory Plugin has built in shortcodes you can use: Change Inventory Shortcode This shortcode can be used in...

Multi Inventory Germanized Support

In order to support the Germanized plugin in combination with our multi Inventory plugin you need to follow the below actions: Go to WooCommerce Settings Open Germanized Click on General > Checkout Disable the "Don't Allow customers to...

Where is Multi Inventory Stock Data Saved?

In our WooCommerce Multi Inventory plugin the stock and price information per product is saved in custom meta fields called: woocommerce_multi_inventory_inventories_stockwoocommerce_multi_inventory_prices The data saved is a serialized array...

WooCommerce Multi Inventory REST API

Starting with Version 1.3 of our WooCommerce Multi Inventory Plugin we offer a built in REST API functionality. This allows vendors or other customers to fetch multi inventory stocks, locations and more. REST API Base The Base for all multi...

Update WC Multi Inventories using WP All Import

Beside our REST API you can also use WP All import to import multiple inventories into your WooCommerce products. We decide between having one inventory stock file or multiple files. One Inventory Import file To import one inventory file, you...

Zero 0 stock when using Multi Inventory Plugin

When using our multi inventory plugin you may get a problem when you update a product in your site, that it sets the stock to zero for the WooCommerce stock. This is caused because our plugin uses the sum of all frontend inventories to...

Selected WooCommerce Inventory not shown in cart

In some cases a selected inventory on the WooCommerce product page will not be chosen and added to cart. The issue here is, that our multi inventory select or input fields must be inside the default WooCommerce cart FORM element. Otherwise it...

Difference between frontend and backend inventory stock?

When you edit an inventory in products > inventories, you can set an inventory to frontend OR backend. Frontend = Purchaseable by a customer Backend = Only visible in backend when you edit an order Purchaseing Warehouse = like...

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