Report: Sprint #7

This Sprint was focused on polishing up things for the first customers (wink wink).  Polish the Store Overview We polished the Overview so that it looks great and that it includes only the features that we currently support (nobody likes too many “Coming Soon” notes). Visits and Sales Analytics The analytics on the Overview are […]

Report: Sprint #6

We did a good amount of work in the last sprint and here’s a quick summary. Report Issue and Send Feedback links The Report Issue button now opens the Intercom Messenger. In the next iteration, it will be pre-filled with your store information to make it easier for you and our support staff. At the […]

Advanced Google Ads Tips & Tricks Learned at The eCommerce Summit from Brad Geddes

On November 12-13, I attended the GPeC Summit which is the biggest eCommerce Summit in the CEE region. Initially, I wanted to write a blog post about my experience and the talks I attended but then I said the Google Ads topic was too good to not fully cover it. If you want to have […]

Report: Sprint #5

This sprint we were busy on the WordCamp conferences. There are still things we’ve done and I’ll quickly touch on them here. Manual Backup Scheduling We’ve added support for manual backup scheduling. This will become very helpful once we start to build the Staging Environment. A simple click “Run Backup” now creates a manual snapshot. […]

Bucharest & Manchester WordCamps’ Aftermath

Bucharest WordCamp Bucharest WordCamp was a pleasant surprise for us, from how everything was organized to the quality of the attendees and speakers. We were mostly expecting a local audience but ended up meeting many interesting people from all over the world. Bucharest WordCamp started early in the morning. Me, Nejc, Saba, and Amon had to […]

Report: Sprint #4

Last week we’ve finished Sprint #4 and deployed some exciting new features! Shared Transactional Emails Transactional Emails are emails sent by WordPress/WooCommerce about order statuses, passwords, etc. With the majority of cheap hosts, you’ll use the default mail servers which too often have issues with deliverability. The large majority of WordPress managed hosts require you to […]

Doing dropshipping all over again and it still works! Here’s how

At WooCart we’re building a hosted WooCommerce platform to make it super easy to set up, host and manage stores. Most importantly without Shopify’s big disadvantages where you don’t own your store and pay a sales fee. In this context, it was important to test everything so we decided to do our own dropshipping store, […]

Report: Sprint #3

So that everyone has a better idea on what we’re working on, we’ll be publishing bi-monthly reports about what was done in our Scrum Sprints. The first report is for our third sprint that finished this week. Demo products importer To really get a feel of how a store looks, it needs to have at […]