WooCommerce Multi-site Shopping Cart Feature
I think it would be super if there was a way to have a shopping cart feature that worked across a Wordpress Multi-site installation. What I mean by this is that a user could add a product on say shop1.domain.com and then navigate to shop2.domain.com and again add a product and then at anytime check out and pay. This would be a super powerful feature and something I think alot of people would have an interest in. Anyone else want to join in on this. MarketPress here http://premium.wpmudev.org/project/e-commerce has this feature but really woocommerce considering the themes available and its ambitious growth - well I'd just love to see it happen :)
Hi, I have been stuggeling to get a solution for this and think that some woo gurus would know how to. How can we make a big (supplier,dealers)market with woocommerce. An example i am a supplier and have many dealers (Also have wordpress and woocommerce) i want that when i update or add my product all the products (quantity,price, images) of dealers website will update automatically
If I have two stores I would like the option to allow users with a login to be able to use their current details to allow log in for a second site.
I have one store with many branches around the country.
I wish WooCommerce can support this case where I can manage stock and also delivery from nearest branch.
What I think most people would want for a Multisite is a plugin that allows people to operate a Virtual Mall(Network)
With this, site owners can sell spaces(subsites) on their website(Virtual Mall/Network).
The stores(subsites) would be independently managed, by a store administrator(level: subsite). There would also be a Super Admin(level: Network) who would be able to manage the store globally (this is especially useful, when he wants to assist with a problem; or when the listed store doesn't have an Admin support; this enables him to charge an Administration fee.)
The homepage can feature a customizable design where the stores on the Network are displayed.
On this homepage it would be possible to search(Global) for any product or categories, which presents a list of options corresponding to the search terms; the user is presented in a beautiful customizable interface with the price, the store(subsite), rating etc.
A user would be able to create a cart per store, (i.e when shopping on another store/subsite, a new cart will be created for that store.)
Search will implemented in such a way that a user can search globally(for all products), search within stores(for store specific products), however the store level search, will present the
1. Search from within the store
2. Related products from within the store
3. Other options and related products from other stores (this helps in making sure that if a specific store doesn't have a particular product, another store can provide this. Or if a user is looking for bargains, he would get the cheapest price for that product.)
The Global(Network) Admin would see all sales made on the stores, all subsites admin will get their individual report, but Global admin will get the report for all stores.
Payment and delivery is handled globally.
I hope this helps in the development.
I have been finding similar requests here and there, but I'm not sure if there is enough demand for such a plugin. If you personally like it, could you please describe exactly what do you need and how it's different to how Woo functions currently? -- thanks.
Make Woocommerce support Wordpress Multisite. So you can decide which of the Wordpress sites the Woocommerce plugin should be used. Right now the plugin get online in ALL sitet all over the wordpress multisite.
I would like it to be possible to have one backend, running multiple stores with different products.
Some clients of mine have multiple websites but only want one backend for all websites. Magento does this but isn't very content friendly. So for example, we can have one set of products show up on 2 or 3 different front end sites.
Sub sites have their own stores and main site displays all the products. There would also have to be global categories and search. Maybe as an addition a frontend user interface.
using wp multisite users create their own store by paying monthly subscription or percentage of their sales.
Plugin to turn woocommerce into a user marketplace, preferable compatible with buddypress.
Surveys have been sent out to the supporters of this ideas to see exactly how they want this implemented.
Really feels like there's demand for multisite compatibility in WooCommerce. It would be great to hear even a high-level update around where this is at internally considering it's been under review 2 1/2 years. WC is doing great work, and MU functionality would really level it up as a powerhouse option. My company, and I'm sure other companies, would be willing to financially subsidize some of the development.
Filipe Coelho commented
When will be available?
Nicholas Schvabenitz commented
I also would like to see this become a reality. I am quickly starting to lose confidence in WooThemes. This has been something that everyone has been asking for. For quite some time now. And nothing... Not even a peep from Woo. Come on guys... What's the deal here?
Whaaaat? This idea is raised last 2012 and now its 2017 and still its still not happening?
Can you start making this plugins or features, whatsoever.
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I really need this feature or plugin right now.
I know there are lots of marketers out there that is in favor of this feature.
Thumbs up for this.
Please provide a plugin for this feature. Thanks
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Cerneleu Liviu commented
Hi guys. When do you really plan to make the Multi-Site option for Woocommerce available?
...splitting databases and improving speed for big ecom websites.
What is the status on this? Is this dead?
#Bill Fow - please let us know as soon as you have something. I'm very interested.
Bill Fow commented
My company is close to finishing a multi establishment to multi wordpress site inventory and customer sync, this will be made available in the next 3 weeks.
With over 2000 votes and nearly 300 comments, it sure makes sense that somebody would come up with a way to make this happen. Especially since whoever built gap.com and bananarepublic.com (for example) figured it out, I'd sure bet the WooCommerce / WordPress community could figure it out too.
Anton Andriyevskyy commented
Hey guys, so it looks like it has not been implemented yet.
I wonder if people are ready to escrow money and how much? If 50 people can escrow $200 each, I might get back to the implementation. For those who don't understand what's going on, please see my recent posts.
Manning Stinson commented
Please add this. This was from 2014 and it is really needed now! Can this be added to the Woocommerce Membership plugin as well?
Please add this! The idea was from 2014, survey was sent, and still no update or movement....
Yes, please! This would be so useful for our current project. The world is now made of collaborations... this would allow a lot of collaboration like dropshipment from other store fronts.
Jesse Jenifer commented
How many more votes do we need to get this feature or plugin?
Under review / sending surveys out on October 30, 2014 and still no movement? What a huge opportunity this creates for other solutions---let's get this going, Woo admins!