Using the StorePep WooCommerce app
To get started, download the StorePep app from Google Play Store. The app is currently available only for android market and will soon be available on Apple’s App Store too. Fret not, we are on our way!
Open the app and follow through our welcome screen to reach login window as shown on the right:
Specifying store URL:
Enter your store URL, and specify the protocol level by selecting the desired radio button option.
Next, click on the forward arrow button to proceed further.
Entering WooCommerce Store URL
Entering WooCommerce API credentials
To connect your WooCommerce store with our StorePep app, you will need API credentials from your WooCommerce API settings. If you don’t have these credentials, refer this section of the document.
You can enter credentials in either of the following two ways:
1) Entering API credentials manually:
If you are accessing your WooCommerce site from your mobile device, copy the consumer key and consumer secret and paste it in respective textbox options provided.
API Keys pasted in app
Once you sign in, you end up in the app dashboard, which shows few quick statistics about the sales on your store. The app is layered with four main tabs in the bottom – Dashboard, Orders, Products and Customers.
Dashboard further contains three tabs – Reports, Orders and Top Sellers.
(1) Dashboard – Today
(2) Dashboard Filter
(3) Dashboard – Month
3) Top Sellers:
As the name implies, displays the top selling products of that time period (in our example, last month).
The product information consists of product ID, product name and quantity sold.
Dashboard – Top Sellers
Orders – All Orders
Orders – Pending Payment
Orders – Processing Orders
Order search option
Order search by Order number
Order search by Payment method
Order search by Customer name
If you have more number of orders, you can click Load more Orders option to view more orders.
Load more orders
Click on a order to view further details. The order details are further divided into three sections – General, Order Items and Order Notes.
Products – Published Products
Edit Shipping Address
Edit Billing Address
2) Order Items:
This section lists all the items that ordered by the customer. To view order items, swipe right from order details or click on Order Items.
The order details consists of product ID, product name, quantity ordered, item price and total price.
3) Order Notes:
Customer notes as well as order notes can be found in this section. To view order notes, swipe right from Order Items or click on Order Notes.
Products – All Products
Products – Published Products
Products – Draft Products
Products – Product search by its name
Products – Product search by its ID
Products – Product search failed
If you have more number of products, you can click Load more products option to view more products.
Load more products
Click on a product to view more information. The product information is divided into three sections – General, Stocks/Price/Props and Reviews.
Displays all customer reviews related to the respective product.
Each review consists of review number, customer name, date of review, rating, customer email address and their product review.
This tab displays all customers who have signed up to your store.
The customer information includes customer ID, customer name, number of orders made, total amount spent, and order number as well as order date of last order made.
List of Customers
Customer billing address
Customer shipping address
Enabling App Notification
With StorePep app, you can receive app notifications. This will give you an upper hand on your store business processes. With this app, you can receive app notifications whenever:
1) a new order is placed on your store.
2) order status is changed to specified order status in the plugin settings.
3) a product goes low on stock.
4) a product is out of stock.
5) a customer signs up to your store.
To enable app notification for orders on your mobile device, you should install StorePep WooCommerce App Integration plugin on your WooCommerce store. This is a free plugin available in WordPress plugin repository.
Following are the steps for installing and enabling notifications:
1) Installing and activating StorePep WooCommerce App Integration plugin:
In your WordPress plugin repository, search StorePep WooCommerce App Integration or simply StorePep. The search result displays our plugin. You can install and activate it, as shown below:
Installing and Activating StorePep plugin
2) Enabling notifications:
To configure notifications, move to WooCommerce > Settings > StorePep App Settings. The settings are as shown below:
StorePep App Integration Settings
StorePep App Integration Settings:
Enable this option to receive app notification on your StorePep mobile app.
Order Notification Settings:
This setting contains of two settings related to order notifications.
1) New Order Notification – Enable this option to receive app notification whenever a new order is placed on your store.
2) Order Status Change – If you would like you receive notifications only when status of order is changed/updated to specific order status, you can select your desired order status(es) in this dropdown list option, as shown below:
StorePep App Integration Settings
3) Low Stock Alert – Enable this option to receive notifications when a product attains low stock.
4) Out of Stock Alert – Enable this option to receive notifications when a product is out of stock.
5) Customer Notification Settings – Enable this option to receive notifications when a customer signs up to your store.
New order notification
Order status change notification
New customer sign up notification
Getting WooCommerce API credentials
The first step is to obtain WooCommerce API credentials which will help you login to your store with our StorePep app.
Following are the steps for the same:
To enable permalinks, move to Settings > Permalinks on your WordPress menu. Except the first option – Plain, you can select any one of the permalink format. A screenshot of the respective settings are as shown below:
WordPress Permalinks settings
Generating API Keys
The WooCommerce REST API works on a key system to control access. These keys are linked to WordPress users on your website. To create or manage keys for a specific WordPress user, move to WooCommerce > Settings > API > Keys/Apps, as shown in the screenshot below:
WooCommerce API > Keys/Apps settings
Once configured, click Generate API key.
A Consumer key, Consumer secret and a QRCode will be generated for the user, as shown in the screenshot below:
WooCommerce API key details
While logging into the app, you can either use consumer API keys or QRCode. You can take a screenshot of the key details, as this data will be used while logging in to your store with our StorePep WooCommerce App.
This should help you get going!
For any queries, feel free to contact our support team at email@example.com.