We’re glad to welcome you to the world of WooBeWoo plugins, and create this tutorial to help you easily get started to use WooCommerce Popup Notifications by following a couple of steps.
WooCommerce Popup Notifications Installation
In the left panel of WordPress, click Plugins > Add New. Search for “WooCommerce Popup Notifications by WooBeWoo” and click “Install”. When the installation is completed, click “Activate Plugin”. You will see a new plugin, ready to work in the admin menu.
Create a WooCommerce Popup Notifications
Now, let’s go ahead and create our first popup. Move admin panel and find a Woo Popup Notifications by Woobewoo.
- Click “Add New Notifications”
- Enter the notification name.
- Click “Save”.
Set notification properties
All information about the Main settings and options you can find in our tutorial.
The plugin comes with settings, there you are able to fully customize the appearance and popup displaying rules:
- Custom CSS
Design a unique recent sales popup that matches your store in many ways: different templates, 9 positions on screen, background colour and opacity, overlay, borders, text and Close button style settings.
- Text rules
Promote any product, category, tag. Direct URL link allows visitors to click on the recent sales popups to view details in the page.
Add numbers to display the random quantity of users or products, add users name and location, time, text. To increase notifications’ authenticity, use the real user name or display selected users named randomly. Display location of the buyer according to visitor IP or display random nearest cities.
Rules to Display
Display rules parameters will help you determine how and when to display the notification.
Set a time, rules and condition to show: time on a website, time on page, distance scrolled, visitors inactive time, current date/time/day, popup for new visitors.
A/B settings involve testing two or more versions of a popup notification — an A version (original) and a B version (the variation) — with live traffic and measuring the effect each version has on your conversion rate. Start an A/B test by identifying a goal for you then determine which popup contribute to the successful completion of that goal.
If you like to keep everything under control – the Statistics page is useful for you. Monitor and analyze statistics of your popups. You can always check and see which popup is very effective and which is not.
Don’t forget to click the “Save” button and check the created popup in Preview mode.
Add WooCommerce Popup Notifications to the site content
There are 2 different ways to add a popup to your site using code: table shortcode and table PHP code
Popup shortcode can be found on the left navigation menu if you click “Show All Notifications”
You can also find popup shortcode and PHP code if you open Notification to change settings. Simply choose a necessary code from the drop-down menu and copy the code.
In order to insert the notification, you need:
- Copy the shortcode.
- Paste the shortcode into your post or page and Popup Notification by Woobewoo will automatically create a notification on your page according to its settings
- The PHP code can be inserted at any place of the page code. Besides, it can be inserted in the code of template of the theme – to display on all pages.