Bulk Update Subscription Price when Subscription Product Price Changes
Right now, on a Subscription product when you update the price, all the Subscriptions that were created with that product do NOT update/change.
If you update a Subscription product price from $100 to $120, all those Subscriptions created at $100 are not updated to $120. You have to manually go to EACH subscription and update the price which is very time consuming when you have hundreds or thousands of subscriptions. There should be a bulk way to update all subscriptions pricing without having to go one-by-one through each active subscription.
Please make this happen! Also so that other features could be added as a bulk action. For instance changing renewal date for subscriptions in bulk or shipping alternative etc.
please do this
This really ought to be a core feature.
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How can this still be absent? Is the WooCommerce team performing management operations in the WooCommerce interfaces with thousands of sales, so as to highlight these shortcomings?
This is such a needed feature. why isn't it there???
Alistair Hall commented
crazy this can't happen already.
Please add this feature, this error has added hours of extra work for us and loss of income as we didnt realise at first!!
Please add this feature
Sujai C commented
This feature is a must needed for this plugin. Decreasing and increasing the price of a subscription product is an unavoidable strategic move for any subscription business model based on demand and competition.
How come this is not in the basic package? It as a fundamental UX flaw in the "add-on/plugin" and almost renders the plugin useless for bigger sites with many customers
This would be very valuable as manually is much harder and a pain to the customer if they give us written approval.
Jonathan Ellis commented
This would be huge!
To make it a little more powerful, it would be great to set the Monthly date the subscription renews. If a visitor signs up on the 10th, there should be an option to set the subscription to renew on the 1st.
In this way, we could setup the signup fee to equal the first month and then all subsequent months will be billed on whatever day of the month we specify on the backend.
For instance, we have a subscription that the cost changes monthly. It's a Whisky club where we ballpark 60-120 per bottle every second month. We get all of the bottles at once and don't really like the idea of shipping out bottles sporadically throughout the month. We reserve staff 1 day to handle all deliveries. And back to the original point, with the varying cost per bottle, it would be fantastic to be able to just update the monthly cost of the subscription to add the difference. We charge $60 flat rate per month and would like to be able to charge the difference (say we acquire an $80 bottle for the Whisky club, it would be ideal to charge the extra $20 really easily) We thought this was functionality that existed within the plugin at the time of purchase - seeing that this is NOT a feature we can use at the moment is quite frustrating.
If this functionality makes it into a release, please let me know as soon as it's integrated! I'll update asap as my site needs this really bad!
Thank you much.
Moises Heberle commented
There's a plugin for that:
WooCommerce Subscriptin Extras
Stephen Tulloch commented
Essential feature...I don't have 3 hours to update 350 subscriptions manually and calculate taxes etc...we pay a lot of money for your plugins and this makes sense to implement...
Noah Doughton commented
I developed a plugin for just this functionality:
yes please this is REALLY needed
I am very disappointed to find out this functionality does not exist by default.
Steve Holland commented
Hard to believe this wasn't a core function from the start. I first requested assistance for this over 2 years ago and no progress has been made.
This s essential when living in a world where most prices change every year. Please add this soon