WooCommerce is the most popular plugin for eCommerce with WordPress. It’s great for running any size online store you want, whether you just want to sell a few things or build a large online store platform. Divi is an excellent theme for WooCommerce. When combined, Divi and WordPress make a powerful eCommerce platform that looks amazing and stands out from the crowd.
They work great together, but there are lots of expansions available to make them even better. In this article, we’ll take a look at the 10 best WooCommerce plugins for your Divi and WordPress website. The plugins are in no particular order.
1. Product Sales Report Pro for WooCommerce
Product Sales Report Pro provides performance reports for sales of individual products for a specific date range. You can limit the report to orders with a specific status, such as in-process or complete, and report on product variations, shipping methods, custom meta fields, and custom fields defined by WooCommerce or other plugins. If you’re using the Scheduled Email Reports for WooCommerce plugin it will automatically send a report as an email attachment. If you’re using the Frontend Reports for WooCommerce plugin you’ll have access to preset reports from the frontend. Export the data as XLSX, XLS, HTML, or CSV.
2. Divi Product Carousel
Divi Product Carousel adds a new module to Divi Builder that allows you to create WooCommerce product carousels. It can display the products according to categories, recent, sale, best-selling, top-rated, and featured. Since it’s a Divi module you can customize any element with the Divi tools or with CSS. There are several pre-made designs that you can download and import. It includes arrow and dot navigation, and both are customizable. Enable or customize the number of products that display, slider transition, autoplay, loop, center mode, add to cart button, pause on hover, advanced effects, and more.
3. Export Order Items Pro for WooCommerce
Export Order Items Pro focuses on detailed information for orders. It allows users to export order data that can then be imported into order fulfillment and analysis apps. This is helpful for software that isn’t compatible with WooCommerce. Data can be exported in HTML, XLSX, XLS, and CSV formats. It provides details of individual orders and customer information. Export by predefined parameters, data ranges, order status, custom fields, etc. It integrates with the Scheduled Email Reports for WooCommerce to send reports in an email. You can use it with Frontend Reports for WooCommerce to access to preset reports from the frontend.
4. YITH WooCommerce Wishlist
YITH WooCommerce Wishlist allows your visitors to create a wishlist and share it on social media. This is a great way to increase indirect sales because friends and relatives will look through wishlists to buy gifts. Add the wishlist link to any product detail page. It creates a customizable button that can be styled by adding the color codes, changing the text, and adding CSS. The plugin also creates the wishlist page for the user where they can see the products, add them to the cart, or delete them. Once the products are added to the cart they’re automatically removed from the wishlist.
5. Frontend Reports for WooCommerce
Frontend Reports for WooCommerce works with Product Sales Report Pro and Export Order Items Pro in order to display sales reports on the frontend of a WordPress website. This is helpful if you want to use a separate plugin to restrict the content and show reports to certain users that have access to the restricted page. This means users can access the data without having to have access to the backend of the website. The data is displayed with an interactive table that can be sorted and searched. Users can download the data to use externally. Display the table with shortcodes or with the included widget.
6. Gdo Products
Gdo Products is a new Divi module that lets you create a product image that scrolls on hover. The product looks like a normal image, but when the visitor hovers over the image it scrolls within the image area like a website. Set the type (recent, best-selling, sale, etc.), posts number, scroll speed, product image height, and the number of columns (which is helpful for designing different layouts). Since it’s a Divi module it includes all of the settings you’d expect, so you can customize the background, text, border, box shadow, and more.
7. Scheduled Email Reports for WooCommerce
Scheduled Email Reports for WooCommerce works with Product Sales Report Pro and Export Order Items Pro to automatically send reports as an email attachment according to a schedule you set up. Rather than generating the report manually, you’ll receive it automatically in an email. You can customize the email’s subject and body, choose who gets the emails, and attach multiple reports to each email. The body of the email is created with the WordPress editor.
8. WooCommerce Cart Abandonment Recovery
WooCommerce Cart Abandonment Recovery sends an automated email to users that have placed items in their cart but haven’t checked out with 15 minutes. It then sends a series of follow-up emails as reminders. You can also ask for feedback or offer custom discounts to entice them to complete their purchase. You can automate this according to time, so you can send a reminder within a few minutes, ask if there was a problem after a few hours, and offer a discount after a certain number of hours or days. The email can be customized to match your brand and you can send as many as you want. It includes email templates, webhooks for marketing automation, coupon codes, reports, and more.
9. WooCommerce Multilingual
WooCommerce Multilingual works with multilingual e-commerce sites that use WPML. It lets you translate all WooCommerce products and it has easy translation management for the WooCommerce products, categories, and attributes. It keeps the same language throughout the entire checkout process. Inventory tracking is maintained as a whole rather than tracking by different languages. You can also run your store with multiple currencies. Emails are sent to all clients and admins in their language of choice. It’s compatible with all of the major WooCommerce extensions.
10. Booster for WooCommerce
Booster for WooCommerce adds over a hundred new features to WooCommerce that can be enabled independently. The features are code modules (but not Divi modules) that affect every area of WooCommerce and cover prices and currencies, button and price labels, products, cart and checkout, payment gateways, shipping and orders, PDF invoicing and packing slips, emails, code, and lots more. Each of the features can be enabled within the plugin’s menu. Some are premium features. Once a feature is enabled for the site, it appears at the bottom of any applicable page where you can enable it and customize it for that page.
That’s our look at the 10 best WooCommerce plugins for your Divi and WordPress website. The plugins are easy to use and add some powerful and productive features to both WooCommerce and Divi. Many include free versions while others add lots of new features in the premium edition. If you’re interested in leveling up your WooCommerce and Divi website with some helpful features, these plugins are worth a look.
Have you tried any of these WooCommerce plugins for your Divi and WordPress website? Let us know what you think about them in the comments below.