4. Configuration


Here we will review some of the features of the WooCommerce Checkout Manager plugin and explain how to use them.

4.1. Add a new a field to the checkout page


1. Go to WooCheckout tab in your admin dashboard
2. Then go to the section you want to include the field
3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and press the “Add New Field” button
4. Make sure you complete the field label and placeholder
5. Select the field type
6. Press the “Save Changes” button

4.2. Change the Additional Fields Position on the checkout page


1. Go to WooCheckout tab in your admin dashboard
2. Then go to the section “Switches” in the “General” tab
3. Go to the “Additional Fields Position on Checkout”
4. Select the place where you want to include the “Additional Fields” section

4.3. Adding options to Select/Dropdown/Multicheckbox field


Create a new field

1. Go to WooCheckout tab in your admin dashboard
2. Then go to the section you want to include the field
3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and press the “Add New Field” button
4. Make sure you complete the field label and placeholder
5. Select the field type
6. Press the “Save Changes” button

Add options to field

1. Go to WooCheckout tab in your admin dashboard
2. Then go to the section you want to include the field
3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and press the “Add New Field” button
4. Make sure you complete the field label and placeholder
5. Select the field type
6. Press the “Save Changes” button

4.4. Adding conditional checkout fields


WooCommerce Checkout Manager supports conditional checkout fields allowing you to show/hide the fields based on the value of its parent fields.

Conditional Checkout fields can be applied to Billing, Shipping and Additional Checkout field sections.

Comming soon…