While WooCommerce lets you view your orders, they don’t have the best layout for getting an overall glimpse of the order data. You have to individually view the orders to check their details.
With the help of an order export plugin you will be able to export the order data fields that you want to have a look over. This will help you analyze the data better and focus more on revenue generating products.
In this article, we are going to show how to export orders from WooCommerce. We will be using the Advanced Order Export For WooCommerce plugin.
- Install and activate the Advanced Order Export For WooCommerce plugin.
- Navigate to WooCommerce -> Export Orders from your admin dashboard.
- You can choose how you want the data to be filtered in the Filter orders by option.
Then you can select the order date range under the Date range option. You can also export by entering a range of order numbers in the Orders range option.
You can then select the format of the exported file from various options such as XLS, CSV, JSON, etc.
In Set up fields to export you can add or remove any fields you don’t want in the export file. You can now change any other settings depending on your needs.
- Once done, click on the Export button and save the file.
Your orders are now exported in the file.