Control the expiration of your WooCommerce user’s carts.
Woocommerce does not offer any control over how long a customer’s shopping cart will be saved. This plugin changes this and gives you total control of you user’s cart expiration time.
- Set an expiry/expiration time to control a customer’s cart’s lifespan
- Set a refresh time to control how often a customer’s expiry time is updated
- Integrates with the default Woocommerce control panel
- Full multi-site and single site compatibility
- Full support offered from our expert WordPress and Woocommerce support team
Q. Why would I need to control the expiration time of my user’s WooCommerce cart?
A. By default, WooCommerce will clear your users cart after 24 hours of inactivity and there is no way to control this within the WordPress system. Each web store is different and you may have visitors who do not return to your site for long periods of time and you want to set a longer expiry time for their carts. Likewise, you may want to set a shorter expiration time for your user’s carts. This plugin allows you to have fine grained control over how long your user’s carts are kept before expiring.
Q. How do I control my WooCommerce cart expiration settings?
After purchasing and installing the plugin, open your WooCommerce Settings page. The input fields for control of your cart’s expiration time are at the bottom of the “General” tab.
Q. Can I use this plugin on a WooCommerce multisite installation?
A. Yes! We designed and built this plugin to work on both single and multisite installations of WooCommerce.
Q. Do you offer technical support to help me get this plugin up and running on my site?
A. Yes. If you are experiencing difficulties getting this plugin running or have any feedback or suggestions for improvement, please get in touch with use at email@example.com.
January 17th 2019 v1.1
+ Updates to plugin to allow cart and session expiration time to be set to times less than an hour. E.g. 5 minutes. Deactivate, reactivate the plugin and update the plugin session times to enable this update.
+ Fix for deprecated definition of PHP constants.