How I can benefit from it:
Exporting your online shop information can be very helpful: getting a full list of your customers, managing orders, or maybe a simple data exportation to conduct correctly all your stock operations. What is the best way to manage huge quantities of information, then? YITH WooCommerce Quick Export has a quick and direct answer!
CSV files are the perfect tool to manage big amounts of information: they are easy to consult and readable by almost any application. YITH WooCommerce Quick Export offers different exportation options: about orders, for example, you can export a certain time span data, or schedule an automatic and recurrent exportation.
The same goes also for customers or coupons and, to grant a better security, the plugin lets you make an automatic backup on Dropbox. In this way, all the extracted information will be also saved on the famous file hosting platform, making new exports or a complete list of the past exports always available, even with a direct link to the related file.
Requires:WordPress 4.5 or higher
Compatible up to:WordPress 5.2.x
Requires:WooCommerce 3.4.x or higher
Compatible up to:WooCommerce 3.6.x
Minimum PHP version:5.6
100% WPML Compatible:yes
Languages:Dutch, English, Italian, Spanish
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Event Ticket allows exporting data related to the tickets purchased, data like "Age" or "Type of seat". When we export all tickets to CSV files, the data that will be displayed as a table with the following columns: BARCODE | EVENT_ID | TICKET STATUS | PURCHASED BY | FIELD_LABEL_0 | FIELD_VALUE_0 | FIELD_LABEL_1 | FIELD_VALUE_1
The Age and Type of seat are Field_x columns. Barcode, event_id, tickets status and purchased-by columns are generic data for all tickets.
Hi, Gilles! The plugin allows exporting orders, coupons, and customers, also for a specific period of time by setting the date fields. However, it doesn't allow exporting based on products purchased by the customers.