Introducing Simple Table Rates For WooCommerce

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At WPRuby, we are always looking to provide our users with more options when it comes to the shipping area. With this in mind, we recently launched Simple Table Rates for WooCommerce.

This new extension allows you to create your own shipping rates and add them to your online store. These rates will automatically be displayed when customers are checking out.

No matter what you’re selling, Simple Table Rates for WooCommerce allows you to set up rules and give them a price. You can create unlimited rules with different combinations of products, weight, number and order subtotal. This allows you to organize your product rows by price and priority for simple management.

Create rules using product weight, number of products, or order subtotal

A rule is simply a set of conditions that define when a rate should be applied. You can create rules using product weight, the number of products, or order subtotal.

 

For example, you may want to charge $0.05 per ounce for all products in your store that weigh less than 8 ounces and charge $4 for all other products. Or perhaps you want to charge $4 for any order containing more than two products (no matter how heavy). And maybe there are some orders where you’d like to offer free shipping if they meet some criteria – may be any order with over $50 worth of items qualifies for free shipping!

These are just a few examples of how Simple Table Rate Rules works; there are literally hundreds more possibilities available depending on what kind of goods you sell and what kind of business model works best for them!

Conclusion

In conclusion, you need to have a good understanding of how shipping works to avoid hurting your business later on. If you are looking for an extension that can help you set up these rules, then we recommend using Simple Table Rates for WooCommerce.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Kelly Harris

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