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    needs research  ·  16 comments  ·  WooCommerce » Category - Core  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    2 comments  ·  WooCommerce » Category - Core  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jon Majeika commented  · 

    Sometime users don't really know what they want. As an example, if Henry Ford had given people what they wanted, he would have given them faster horses.
    This enhancement to Woo is one such example. Giving the user the choice of whether to highlight shipping methods and what colour to use would be a game changer. My choice would be to use the text that appears in the "Ship to" section of the orders listing. e.g. "via Standard Shipping" to appear as default and "via Express Delivery" to appear bold. This would help the operator to identify orders that are more urgent than others.

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    Jon Majeika commented  · 

    The Trigger for the Follow-Up email can only be a single product. I need it to be a list.
    If you think about it practically, the scenario of “If customer purchases ProdA or ProdB or ProdC then they get X” must be a very common one.

    Here’s a screenshot of the current Trigger settings https://snag.gy/Rek3If.jpg

    In practically all other setting fields within Follow-Ups, Coupons and other areas of Woo, it’s possible to include a list of product that have OR logic.

    Here’s an example https://snag.gy/bVr7PX.jpg

    It seems an obvious requirement to me. It's almost as if it's an oversight.

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    1 comment  ·  WooCommerce » Category - Core  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jon Majeika commented  · 

    Wholeheartedly support this request.
    Need the ability to work with variable products as well, not just work at the product and category levels e.g. Buy variation A, get discount off of variation B, C, D (and/or).

    Also the ability to create a Product Percentage discount.
    At present it is only possible to give a percentage discount off of the entire cart, a fixed amount off the entire cart or a fixed amount off of a specific product. I want the ability to offer a percentage off of a specific product or list of products.

    If I could give this 100 votes I would... despite the lack of detail in the request ;-)

    Nick, please could you add more detail to your original request to give the developers more to go on and to get more votes ;-)

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