Ian B. MacDonald

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    1 comment  ·  WooCommerce » Category - Core  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ian B. MacDonald commented  · 

    I added this idea to http://ideas.woocommerce.com/forums/133476-woocommerce/suggestions/4183429-add-a-referral-system-to-points-and-rewards-extens

    The other end of this is to accept the email of a an existing subscriber as the referrer when just signing up normally; Then it supports the word of mouth referral which is easier to execute.

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    0 comments  ·  WooCommerce » Extension - WooCommerce Bookings  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ian B. MacDonald commented  · 

    We had a summer student link our Woo Subsciptions to SF Orders using the REST APIs.

    Would be great to remove that custom plugin altogether if there was a simple way.

    We use the Subscription Order # (Previously Parent Order prior to v2.0) to map to the Salesforce Order and map payment option, subscription creation date->order date, first payment date->start date and monthly fee to the amount. Multiple subscriptions = Multiple order rows linked to the SF account.

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    Ian B. MacDonald commented  · 

    This is exactly what we need, but not just for referral. We want to assign a free month for a referral that results in a new customer signed up. So in this case, the points or benefit are applied only if the referral results in a purchase of a new subscription.

    By the same token, entering the email of an existing subscriber during cart checkout, would drive the same action.

    This is the 'refer a friend and get a free month (or something)' promo.

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    Ian B. MacDonald commented  · 

    This is basically implemented now with "Pending Cancellation"

    Ian B. MacDonald commented  · 

    In our case, with service subscriptions, this would be very useful when people announce they are moving out of the service area. Rather then track the event to cancel a subscription in another ERP tool, in order to stop it in the appropriate period, this could be done when the request is made if there was an ability to set an 'end date'.

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    Ian B. MacDonald commented  · 

    I have look at the paid plug-in. This feature needs to have the ability to be enabled only for certain customers, and configurable via the my-account page.

    Some customers absolutely need this reminder to have funds available. Most do not, in our experience.

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