Multi-Vendor support for WooCommerce Multi-Carrier Shipping Plugin with Dokan
With the beginning of a new financial year, we have a special news to share with all of our customers. The last couple of days, our team was working with the Dokan Team on the native support for the WooCommerce Multi-Carrier Shipping Plugin. And we are glad to announce that our plugin is fully compatible with Dokan Multi-Vendor Plugin.
Any WooCommerce store that offers multiple items from multiple vendors is bound to easily generate healthy sales and traffic. Having multiple vendors also reduces the stress of shipping and product management. That being said, Dokan is one of the best and most popular WooCommerce multivendor plugins. The plugin lets your vendors enjoy the best features and services that are not available anywhere else. The Multi-Carrier Shipping plugin, on the other hand, is an amazing integration of multiple shipping carriers clubbed together to provide WooCommerce store owners with an easily accessible multi-carrier environment.
If you want anyone of your visitors to become your vendor then you can enable an option in the plugin settings page. Once you enable this option, anyone can register themselves as a vendor on your store.
With this combination, you will be highly efficient in streamlining the necessary steps required to fulfill an order. And using the Multi-Carrier Shipping plugin in a multivendor environment is as easy as it can get. All you need is follow a few simple steps:
- Install and configure the Dokan. The following document will help you get your site ready in no time: Dokan Multi vendor-Getting Started.
- In WooCommerce > Dokan > Settings, you would be able to configure the plugin based on your needs. The following document should help configure both the plugins.
- Install the WooCommerce Multi-Carrier Shipping Plugin from the XAdapter page. If you are already running it, make sure that you update it to the latest version (3.9.12 or newer).
- Verify that the Multi-Carrier Shipping plugin works. You can do that by checking if the shipping rates appear on the Cart and Checkout page.
- You are ready!
So, that’s about it. If you have any confusion or you feel lost while configuring the plugins, you can check out our dedicated post regarding how you can setup multi-vendor shipping scenario with WooCommerce Multi-Carrier Shipping plugin. With this compatibility and combination of the two plugins, you can change the way you deal with your customers. This solution will ultimately help you increase both your sales and potential buyers.