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Display Settings

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1. Enable Waitlist #

By enabling this option, the Waitlist feature will become available for your website and products.

 

2. Waitlist Display #

This setting allows you to control who can see and join the waitlist. Your options are:

  • Show to all users: Makes the waitlist feature visible to everyone visiting your site, whether they are logged in or not.
  • Show to logged-in users only: Restricts the visibility of the waitlist feature to users who are logged into your site.

 

 

3. Guest User Lock #

Enable the “Guest User Lock” option to restrict waitlist functionality to registered members. Guests can view the waitlist button, but only members can use it. If they attempt to use the button, they’ll encounter a prompt message, suggesting to log in or sign up.

 

4. Enable waitlist for #

Lets you decide the scope of products for which the waitlist is available. You can choose from “All products,” “Specific product,” or “Specific categories.”

Specific Products: If you select “Specific product,” this field allows you to specify which products have a waitlist. Simply enter the product names or IDs.

Specific Categories: If “Specific categories” is your choice, use this field to specify which categories include products with a waitlist. Enter the category names or IDs.

 

5. Waitlist Options #

In the “Waitlist Options” section, users can tailor the types of notifications they wish to receive regarding items they’ve added to their waitlist. Here’s a quick rundown of each checkbox option:

  • Notify for Back in Stock: Select this to receive alerts when out-of-stock items become available again.
  • Notify for Price Change: Check this to get notified if there’s a price change on any of your waitlisted items.
  • Notify for On Sale: Opt in here to be alerted when any waitlisted items go on sale.
  • Notify for Limited Stock: This option sends notifications when items on your waitlist are low in stock, giving you a chance to purchase before they run out.

 

6. Override Out Of Stock Visibility For Variations  #

This lets you make out-of-stock variations visible and selectable. Users can choose these variations to sign up for notifications when they’re back in stock.

 

7. Overwrite Theme’s Disabled Variation Out Of Stock  #

Activating this allows the plugin to bypass your theme’s default or custom settings that prevent out-of-stock variations from being selected. This way, even if a variation is out of stock, users can still opt to be notified when it becomes available again.

 

8. Back in stock limit #

By using this section, you can specify the minimum product inventory level required to activate the “Back in Stock” automatic notification.

 

9. Low stock limit #

In this section, you can determine the maximum product inventory level required to activate the “Low Stock” automatic notification.

 

10. Enable for product variable #

By activating this Waitlist option, it is also activated for variable products, and by disabling this Waitlist option, it is deactivated for variable products.

It is recommended that this option be active to attract more users to your store site with the best use of Waitlist.

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Updated on April 8, 2024

Display Settings

#

1. Enable Waitlist #

By enabling this option, the Waitlist feature will become available for your website and products.

 

2. Waitlist Display #

This setting allows you to control who can see and join the waitlist. Your options are:

  • Show to all users: Makes the waitlist feature visible to everyone visiting your site, whether they are logged in or not.
  • Show to logged-in users only: Restricts the visibility of the waitlist feature to users who are logged into your site.

 

 

3. Guest User Lock #

Enable the “Guest User Lock” option to restrict waitlist functionality to registered members. Guests can view the waitlist button, but only members can use it. If they attempt to use the button, they’ll encounter a prompt message, suggesting to log in or sign up.

 

4. Enable waitlist for #

Lets you decide the scope of products for which the waitlist is available. You can choose from “All products,” “Specific product,” or “Specific categories.”

Specific Products: If you select “Specific product,” this field allows you to specify which products have a waitlist. Simply enter the product names or IDs.

Specific Categories: If “Specific categories” is your choice, use this field to specify which categories include products with a waitlist. Enter the category names or IDs.

 

5. Waitlist Options #

In the “Waitlist Options” section, users can tailor the types of notifications they wish to receive regarding items they’ve added to their waitlist. Here’s a quick rundown of each checkbox option:

  • Notify for Back in Stock: Select this to receive alerts when out-of-stock items become available again.
  • Notify for Price Change: Check this to get notified if there’s a price change on any of your waitlisted items.
  • Notify for On Sale: Opt in here to be alerted when any waitlisted items go on sale.
  • Notify for Limited Stock: This option sends notifications when items on your waitlist are low in stock, giving you a chance to purchase before they run out.

 

6. Override Out Of Stock Visibility For Variations  #

This lets you make out-of-stock variations visible and selectable. Users can choose these variations to sign up for notifications when they’re back in stock.

 

7. Overwrite Theme’s Disabled Variation Out Of Stock  #

Activating this allows the plugin to bypass your theme’s default or custom settings that prevent out-of-stock variations from being selected. This way, even if a variation is out of stock, users can still opt to be notified when it becomes available again.

 

8. Back in stock limit #

By using this section, you can specify the minimum product inventory level required to activate the “Back in Stock” automatic notification.

 

9. Low stock limit #

In this section, you can determine the maximum product inventory level required to activate the “Low Stock” automatic notification.

 

10. Enable for product variable #

By activating this Waitlist option, it is also activated for variable products, and by disabling this Waitlist option, it is deactivated for variable products.

It is recommended that this option be active to attract more users to your store site with the best use of Waitlist.

What are your feelings?
Updated on April 8, 2024