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Month In Review: May 2016

Last Month In Review may reviewWelcome to our blog series reviewing the last month in the world of Wholesale Suite.

Each month hundreds of customers come through our doors. We publish loads of great information for online store owners, and we improve the ecosystem that is our plugins.

This series started as a way for us to look back and recognise all the hard work our team has put in over the past month.

We wrote 7x blog posts including but not limited to:
We added 5x new guides to our knowledge base:
New plugin releases:
  • WooCommerce Wholesale Prices 1.2.3 – Variations bulk action for wholesale prices. Various code improvements for extensibility and clarity.
  • WooCommerce Wholesale Prices 1.2.4 – Added support for custom product types ( composite, bundle, etc.. ) on calculation of cart on cart widget.
  • WooCommerce Wholesale Prices Premium 1.8.0 – Translation ready. Variations bulk action for min quantity. New filter for product requirement rule notifications. Integration with Composite Products plugin integration
  • WooCommerce Wholesale Prices Premium 1.8.1 – Emergency patch for PHP 5.4 users.
  • WooCommerce Wholesale Prices Premium 1.9.0 – Per variable product level wholesale minimum order quantity. Bundle Products plugin integration. Fixed Group product visibility issues.
  • WooCommerce Wholesale Order Form 1.3.5 – Show “Out Of Stock” when stock is 0 or marked out of stock. Fix catalog visibility issues, fix variations being disabled when managing stock at product level. Added support for default variation

As always, you can see full changelog details on our plugin pages.

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Josh Kohlbach CEO
Josh is the founder of Rymera Web Co, the makers of Wholesale Suite and many other plugins. He's a business marketing geek and chronic reader; you'll often find his nose buried in some obscure book.

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