Shop default pack size: This is how many units of a product you sell to your customers when they buy “1” item. If your default pack size is 2, then enter the value “2”. This value can be overwritten on each product individually.
Supplier default pack size: This sets the default value of your supplier’s pack size. If most of your products come in 2-pack, enter the value “2”. This value can be overwritten on each product individually.
Show pack size info on product page: This will show the product pack size on the product page. If you only use one type of pack size on all your products then this option can be turned off.
Hide 1-pack size information: Turning on this option will hide the pack size information on all products that have pack size set to “1”.
Default supplier currency: This currency is what all your suppliers will use as default currency if not changed. E.g. If set on USD and you create a new supplier then that supplier will use USD as currency if not manually changed.
Default product unit type: This will be the default unit type the product is sold in. The most common is piece/pieces but if you are for example selling most of your products per meter then changing this to meter/meters will be a smart idea. This can be changed on all products individually.
Units: To create new unit types you press the button “Add new unit” and a new row will appear. Fill in the singular and plural form of this unit and press the button “Save units”. The new unit can now be used as either a default unit or on the products page.
Shipping address: This address is added to your purchase order file.
Enable order status feature: This will turn on the Order Status Feature.
Show pack size in printouts: This option will add the product pack size to invoices and similar printouts.
Show estimated arrival status: If Enabled and if a purchase order has an ETA set then this date will be shown on the product page. It will only be displayed if the product has low stock or are out of stock.
Display Search Bar: This adds a search bar in the top admin panel. The search bar can be used on any page to search for anything.
Choose enabled post types in the search bar: Here you choose what post types you want to have enabled in the Admin Quick Search Bar. By disabling post types, you don’t normally use make it faster to find the one you do use.
Access Role: As admin, you have the option to choose what other user roles should have full access to this plugin. By default, are all sensitive information hidden from all users such as supplier info and product info as well as all settings.
Grant Access User Wise: As an admin, you can enable a single user to get access to sensitive information. Search for the user by name or email and press the add button. To remove the user, you select the user and press the “Remove Selected User”-button.