Woocommerce check Pincode/zipcode for shipping plugin by Phoeniixx is a great help for the customers as it enables them to know if the website delivers at their Pincode along with the approximated delivery date. It stops the users from ordering from areas you don’t deliver to. Thus increasing customer satisfaction rates and reducing cart abandonment rates.
Step 1: Install and activate the plugin. It appears on the left sidebar of your dashboard.
Step 2: Enter the Settings section of the plugin. It enables you to change the styling of the Pincode checker box which appears on your website as well as add Delivery Date Help Text (for instance, ‘We deliver between 10 AM and 10 PM’). The following screen appears :
Step 3: The Add zip code section allows you to add as many zip codes as you want. You can also check the zip code list. You need to add Pincode, city, state, and a number of days the product would get delivered at that Pincode.
Step 4: This is how it looks like on the website :
In place of adding every Pincode one by one, if you want to add all of them at once; you can use Woo Pincode Checker by WBCOM Designs. It lets you upload a CSV file written using this format –
Pin-code: City, State Delivery within days: Cash on delivery
(Use the link to get this template: https://bit.ly/31790J5).
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