Adding a Manual Order in WooCommerce

WooCommerce is designed to accept orders for your products in a very simple, straightforward way. However, there may be an occasion in which you will need to manually add an order on behalf of a customer.

In this article, you will learn how to set up one of these manual orders.

Adding the order

Follow along with the steps below to add the order.

  1. Log into your store's admin area
  2. Under WooCommerce, click Orders
  3. On the Orders page, click Add Order.
  4. Fill in the General, Billing, and/or Shipping Details.
  5. Add products via the Add item(s).
  6. Click calculate total to see the final price.
  7. Click Save Order when ready.

General Details

In the general details section, you can control some of the basic information about the order. You can change the date of the order, the status, as well as the customer who is purchasing this item.

Billing/Shipping Details

The billing and shipping information can be inherited automatically from the customer's, edited if necessary, or added manually. Remember, your customers can also edit their accounts from their.

Well done! You now know how to manually add orders in WooCommerce.

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