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Order Statuses List

Drag & Drop statuses on the list to organize your workflow, Edit Option, Enable email for Custom Order Statuses, Edit Custom Order Statuses email using customizer with a preview.

Import Custom Statuses

If you’ve already added some custom order statuses added by a plugin or by using a code snippet, AOSM plugin will detect their settings and you’ll be asked if to import them.

  • Import Button – import custom statuses created by a plugin or by custom code.
  • Import message – top list – “We detected custom order statuses created by plugins or custom code would you like to import them? Import Now”
  • Import message – after import – getting this message “Custom Order Statuses were added successfully!”

Add Custom Order Status

Each New Custom Order Status will include the following:

  • Import Button – import custom statuses created by a plugin or by custom code.
  • Display Name – The name to display in your Orders Table and on all order information.
  • Slug – Add a slug to identify this status, which can be used in custom code. For simplicity, we typically recommend adding a slug that’s a hyphenated version of your name, and not changing this in the future.
  • Description – (Optional) Add a description to display to customers when they view the order. If customers hover over the order status in the “View Order” screen, this description will be shown to provide more information.
  • Color / Text Color – select a color for the order status label
  • Action Icon – select an icon to use for the “Order Actions” button if this status is available as a next status (such as the “completed” action button)
  • Action Statuses – Select the next orders statuses in your fulfillment flow; these can be custom or core statuses. This will display the appropriate order action buttons on the WooCommerce orders admin page.
  • Bulk Actions menu – Enable this to add a bulk actions menu for this status on the “Orders” page. This will allow you to select orders and assign this status in bulk.
  • Include in Reports – Enable this to include orders with this status in your sales reporting. This is helpful for order statuses that designate an order that has been paid for, but is not yet “complete”, such as one that’s been shipped.
  • Get Shipment Status (TrackShip) – Trigger the shipment/s to be tracked on TrackShip (if TrackShip is enabled)
  • Payment Type – Select the payment status of this order status.
    • Paid – This status will be treated like “processing” or “completed”.
    • Awaiting Payment – This status will be similar to “pending payment” or “failed”.
    • No payment required – This status is similar to “on-hold” or “refunded”.

Edit Custom Order Status

Slug – the slug can’t be edited if the order status is in use.


Delete Custom Order Statuses

When you delete a Custom Order Status, The Order Status Manager Pro will check If there orders that currently use this status, If no orders currently use this status, it will be deleted automatically.

If you have orders that use this status, you’ll be asked to reassign them to an existing order status. If you want to reassign these to a different order status, select the status to use and click the “delete” button. Order notes to indicate the change will be added to all orders that were updated.


Edit WooCommerce Core Order Statuses

For each WooCommerce Core Order Status, you can customize the label name,  colors, description displayed on the orders history under the customer accounts and you can edit the display on the action menus and orders admin filters.

Slug – not editable.

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