YITH Frontend Manager for WooCommerce adds a frontend dashboard to your site through which the administrator and shop managers can manage orders, products, and coupons as they would do from the WordPress dashboard.
The integration between these two plugins allows showing and managing the custom statuses created for your orders also on the Orders section of YITH Frontend Manager.
For further details about YITH Frontend Manager for WooCommerce settings, please refer to the official documentation.
YITH Desktop Notifications for WooCommerce enables notifications on the desktop every time an action related to the shop is recorded on the site. The notifications can be enabled for the following actions:
each purchase made
each purchase associated to a specific product
a refunded order
an order status change
a product status turns into “Out of stock”
Thanks to the provided integration with YITH WooCommerce Custom Order Status, you will be able to enable custom desktop notifications that will be displayed every time one of your orders enters one of the statuses you created using this plugin.
Once created, you can set a notification for every new order status.
With YITH Multi Vendor you can turn your e-commerce store into a marketplace (a multi-vendor platform) like Amazon or Etsy. Turn your e-commerce store into a marketplace (a multi-vendor platform) and earn commissions on orders generated by your vendors.
You will only have to install and activate both plugins, in order to make them work together.
If you want your vendors to manage their own suborders – they will be able to use the custom statuses too – you will have to enable them to Manage orders from the → Vendors permissions.
Custom statuses created by general admins can now be used also by vendors on their own suborders.
Additionally, as for every custom order you can also set a custom email and its recipients, you can add the vendor as a recipient as well.
Example: you want to create a custom Shipped status and create an email notification that informs both the customer and the vendor that the product has been shipped. Select the status and go to Email Settings: here you can add both the customer and the vendor role in the recipient. The email will automatically be sent to the customer and to the vendor to whom the sold product belongs.