We currently use Product Inquiry to allow potential Buyers to initiate a conversation with Vendors. This works but all communication basically takes place offsite. It would be great if there was a messaging system for Buyers and Vendors to communicate directly and not have to leave the site.
I get asked over and over for shop analytics (how many people have viewed their shop and each product). WCFM dashboard provides this functionality but I prefer not to use another plugin
A complete REST API to support all vendor actions. This should extend the existing WooCommerce API to allow 3rd party app development and integration’s. This would also allow mobile apps to be developed.
Currently, you are able to use shortcodes to set vendors on the front page. However, would it be possible to charge vendors to be “featured”. This was it could automate (via a shortcode) of top vendors who want to highlight their store?
It would be awesome if there was a way to filter products by vendor in the main shop feed
Create a new withdrawal system that would allow vendors to request a withdrawal to their preferred payment method. Allow minimum balance requirements and other features that marketplaces have for withdrawals.
My vendors find woocommerce variations very difficult to understand.Woocommerce Product AddOns are much more simple.Dokan have this integrated so vendors can add product addons to products:https://snipboard.io/eJZX76.jpghttps://snipboard.io/IwFxjX.jpg and they can also add global ones to automatically get added to specific categories or all products to make the process less time consuming:https://snipboard.io/0YgnMU.jpg
We have a lot of sellers with personalised products and I’d love to have a feature that allowed sellers to create their own personalised field requesting their required information to complete the product. Thank you
Currently, we can use the awesome Vendor Shipping system or 3rd party plugins. It would be great if we could use the built-in shipping zone system from WooCommerce.
Ability to reorder images at the gallery on the front-end product editor, preferably with drag & drop.
Now you need to add the images in the correct order one by one from the media library into the gallery. Because you can’t change the order afterwards.
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