138 votesAnonymous commented
So this is a mess isn't it. I am absolutely appalled at woocommerce for missing this highly needed functionality.
I have one webstore. We have multi currencies - selling currently in GBP and USD. Main warehouse is in USA, Warehouse B is in UK. We had a plug in that in theory worked beautifully, then the developers disappeared and left it hanging called Multiple Warehouse for Woocommerce. The developer hung up his gloves and departed. Then we tried Rapid Stock Manager - another plug in that in theory could fix this in the blink of an eye. I do not wasn't to have third party shipper shipping out - we do that, so I need a lug in that recognizes multi currencies as the site was designed to, that forward the customer to the correct webstore, that checks them out in their currency and whose New Order goes to the pertinent warehouse to ship out.
Why is this so difficult?? Has ANYONE got ANYTHINg out there to share? how in heavens name do we shout at Woocommerce?? Where do we go to get notice taken of this issue?
243 votesAnonymous commented
We need to be able to create an order on the backend, add a customer from pre existing customer accounts - especially for wholelsale manual orders- we need to be able to calculate shipping, add a discount and email them a payment link. None of this logging into a private window nonsense. I had my store with Shopify prior to this and this feature was automatically part of their framework. It is a necessary and vital feature and I can see from reading some of the comments, that this way of ordering is vitally necessary for all our businesses. I was very surprised that Woocommerce did not have this functionality as it is head and shoulders above shopify.