Teams for WooCommerce is an exciting new extension for WooCommerce that adds to the functionality of WooCommerce Memberships — enabling team management for membership and subscription websites. I’m looking forward to having it active on Post Status soon, and it might be right for your next project.
Allison Rivers reviews three Gutenberg block plugins for WooCommerce stores: ProductX‘s Gutenberg WooCommerce Blocks, which extend the basic WooCommerce block options; Toolset‘s WooCommerce Blocks, for more extensive customizations; The core blocks built into WooCommerce.
What’s the solution to the membership puzzle? Can independent, member-supported media and other projects thrive on subscriptions alone?
The folks at MarketPress did a poll to see how big of shops people have built and managed with WooCommerce. 29% of respondents said they’d built a shop with 250-1000 products, and 11% said they’d built one with “1000+” products. It’s an interesting poll, but I see two problems. First, fewer than 40 people responded….
I’d like to share some details with you about the first full year of the Post Status Club. I like transparency, so I figured I’d lay out exactly what happened over the year, what went well, what didn’t, and how the numbers shake out. This post is extremely personal, as Post Status is my personal…
I use WooCommerce quite a bit, and today their big 2.0 update was released. There are many, many improvements, and I’m excited too see such active development. The new product data panel is probably my favorite thing. Congratulations to Mike Jolley, Coen Jacobs, Jay Koster, and the entire Woo team.
Brent Shepherd shares his knowledge of WooCommerce Subscriptions and offers helpful tips in three areas: 1) choosing a host, 2) choosing a payment gateway and extension, and 3) being discerning with the code you run on your site.