Need a clean way to allow your shoppers to ship to multiple addresses?
WooCommerce Ship to Multiple Addresses lets you do that easily, and your shoppers never need to leave the checkout page.
Your shoppers can put whatever they want to buy in the cart, then at checkout they can optionally choose to have various items sent to different shipping addresses. And they can even split the quantity of item across multiple addresses.
It’s easy to use and highly intuitive, your shoppers are gonna love it.
Partial list of features
Shoppers can opt to ship items in their order to multiple locations Works with all shipping methods Stores unlimited addresses for logged in customers and guest shoppers Easy to set up and configure Easy for shoppers to use Shoppers never need to leave the checkout page to manage addresses and shipping Automatically disable multi-address shipping for specific products, or all products under specific conditions Automatically splits the cart into packages so the shopper can choose a shipping method for each destination Automatically stores shipping selections in the order and order email messages – available for review by admins and shoppers Admins can optionally set a separate shipment status for each parcel destination in an order, and you can optionally enable a shipment status update email to be sent to shoppers. Customize the colors of the shipping management area with your own CSS Works with our Phone Orders & Manual Orders extensionWorks with our PDF Invoices & Packing Slips Pro extension (iterates multi-shipment info in invoices, and generates individual packing slips per address in an order)
Watch the video overview to see how it works, or you can check out the screenshots below too.
Have a look at some screenshots:
Here’s a quick look at the general settings:
Here’s a typical checkout page showing the “Ship to multiple addresses?” prompt at the top and the address dropdown list selectors above the billing and shipping fields.
When the shopper clicks the link to ship to multiple addresses the address and destination management form appears in a lightbox, the shopper never needs to leave the checkout page. Here’s what the management form looks like:
Have a look at admin view of order shipping details. It shows shipping method, destination, and items that should be sent to the destination.
Here’s a sample shipment status update email sent to the shopper.
Shoppers can see the shipment status of their items when review the order in their My Account page area. Here’s a sample of what it may look like when the shopper views an order’s details.
So there ya go! We hope you like it.
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Compatibility: WooCommerce 2.4 and newer Current plugin version: 2.1.9
We keep all of our software up to date with the latest versions of WooCommerce and WordPress.
If you don't see any recent changes below it's because none have become necessary!
Version 2.1.9 - October 23, 2017
Adjusted array and string handling for PHP 7.1
Added address selection and removal links into the order review section of the checkout page
Version 2.1.8 - August 29, 2017
PHP version backward compatibility
Version 2.1.7 - June 21, 2017
Adjusted JS window size positioning for better mobile support
Adjusted CSS z-index for better Select2 support
Version 2.1.6 - April 25, 2017
WooCommerce 3.x compatibility
Version 2.1.5 - March 30, 2017
Update CSS and JS to be give a more mobile friendy display
Version 2.1.4 - February 6, 2017
Updated cart contents checking call to consider multiple quantities when only a single line item is in the cart - Thanks Dan Troy!
Version 2.1.3 - October 26, 2016
Store package info in the order for use with IgniteWoo's PDF Invoices & Packing Slips extension
Version 2.1.2 - October 24, 2016
Moved the integrations hook
Version 2.1.1 - October 19, 2016
Moved admin intergration JS for Select2
Version 2.1 - October 18, 2016
Initial public release
Version 2.0 - October 7, 2016
Added suppoort for guest shoppers
Version 1.0 - October 1, 2016
Initial development and testing