WooCommerce Simple Auctions – WordPress Auctions

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WooCommerce Simple Auctions


WooCommerce and WordPress offer the finest and most cost-effective auction solution. WooCommerce Simple Auctions plugin allows you to set up professional auctions on the internet or Ebay clones with regular auctions, proxy, and sealed. It’s now easier than ever before to set up WordPress auctions. Watch video explaining how easy is to set up auctions using Simple Auctions and WooCommerce.

WooCommerce Simple Auctions is easy to use, but it is also a professional auction software that allows the users to create a WordPress auction sites that are simple to set up, run and personalize. With our auction plugin, you can create a WordPress auctions site and begin bidding within less than 30 minutes (assuming you have your payment processor in place) and for around $30! If you are theme developer and want to create a WordPress auction themes for Envato buy an extended license and you’re set to go.

WooCommerce Simple Auctions Overview and Features:

    • The first WooCommerce Auction plugin – v1.0 released on 13th February 2014!
    • Supports the most recent versions of WordPress and WooCommerce versions (and older versions) Also supports PHP8
    • Seamless integration with WooCommerce – custom auction type for each product
    • Ability to confirm credit card or payment details before the user is able to bid (via addon
    • Anti snipping feature (extend the time of auction ending when someone places bid at least 30 seconds prior to auction’s end, which is configurable)
    • Auctions Winners report tool with CSV export and wp-admin.
    • Auctions Activity Report Tool in WP-admin with export of CSV
    • Tutorial – Elementor support
    • All payment gateways like WooCommerce, TeraWallet / Credit are compatible
    • Normal, reverse and sealed (silent) auctions, proxy bidding or auto bidding
    • Determine the starting price as well as the increment and reserve price as well as the buy it now price
    • To bid, you must set time for start and finish.
    • You can easily manage how you would like to present auctions. It is up to you whether they’re displayed alongside products or individually.
    • Widgets that will soon be ending and auctions for future auctions
    • Email notifications (with customizable email templates) for outbid note winning auction, payment reminder, auction fail, reserve fail, auction buy now auction end Administrator bid notification (bid not) and customer bid notice, auction relist admin notice, auction relisting users notice, auction is ending soon email notice
    • SMS notifications via 3rd party plug-in
    • Auction item has an auction icon (label).
    • If the user logs on and wins in auction, the winning badge is shown on the thumbnail
    • The single page for the product is now updated with a tab “Auction History”
    • There are a variety of shortcodes to choose from Please refer to the instructions for all shortcodes.
    • The “My Auctions” page of the user contains an auction list where the bid was placed. This is a list of both active and lost auctions.
    • Auction filtering and sorting the list of products (wp-admin)
    • Sorting auctions in frontend by date, bid and buy-now price. Activity, end date (ending most quickly) (most quickly), start date (recently began).
    • Auction product list has icon which explains auction status in three categories: active, finished completed, paid and finished, unsuccessful (wp-admin)
    • Auction activity (shortcode) Watchlist of auctions feature (shortcode and widget)
    • Auction history on WordPress – CSV or Excel export to create an auction history with columns that can be sorted
    • Ajax Live Updates on the current bid and auction history
    • Create auctions using digital or downloadable products
    • Manually delete the bid
    • Manually or automatically relist auction if there was no bid or the auction was not closed in time
    • Compatible with WPML, PO file can be translated in the plugin’s language folder
    • Bidding based on Role and Verify payment method (via Extension). • Allow certain user roles (for instance, “customer”) to bid
    • Let users create and post auctions. You, as the site’s administrator, are able to charge a fee via the multivendor plug).
    • Cronjobs are required – If your host does not allow 1 minute cronjobs it is possible to use easycron.
    • WooCommerce API support – Read this tutorial






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