The OnBuy Integration For WooCommerce helps in syncing your items from your WooCommerce store to OnBuy and managing your OnBuy orders. The direct API integration enables the WooCommerce store owner to synchronize the price, inventory, order, and other details.
1. Category Search
Category mapping enables admins to select more than one category relevant to the product-specific keyword.
2. Global setting on OnBuy
It is easy for admins to add or update the meta keys and other attributes of the product. Three underlying features of the global setting on OnBuy integration:
- Product Data Setting
This will enable admins to input or map details like SKU, price, and much more.
- Order Setting
The order status on OnBuy to be synced with the WooCommerce store is displayed here, depending upon its delivery state (i.e if it’s fully or partially dispatched, cancelled with many other options). Enable or disable the WooCommerce mail restriction for OnBuy orders as per your choice.
- Setting Schedule
Using the cron job, automation of the inventory/price/order can be enabled or disabled by setting the time interval.
3. Product Management
Easy navigation and management of products by enabling admins to view and place the products based on category, type, and status. Admins can take actions like uploading products, updating products and stock, and removing products in bulk on OnBuy.
Under queue management, admin can find errors with products under approval to be listed on OnBuy and amend them in order to upload them again.
5. Order management
Using the “fetch order” button in this section you can import the order from OnBuy to WooCommerce stores by filtering them on the basis of order status. You can filter the orders on the basis of order status from the global setting tab. After the order has been fetched you can update the order status as fully or partially dispatched or cancelled from WooCommerce store.