Autoship Cloud powered by QPilot

Opis

Offer a flexible and scalable Autoship program that customers love! Activate Autoship for your existing WooCommerce products and enable customers to easily manage recurring scheduled orders in My Account. Launch and scale with powerful automation, notification & reporting tools powered by QPilot.cloud

Highly Requested Features

Autoship Cloud enables new features and possibilities for marketers & developers.

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Offer Unique Scheduled Frequency Types
Days, Weeks, Months, Day of the Week, Day of the Month

Simple Customer Experience
Customers can easily manage future Autoship orders in My Account

Configure and Customize

Get started with templates for Product, Cart and My Account
Use the plugin to display simple options right away on your store

Develop and power custom experiences with Autoship Cloud
Design & power any experience using our hosted service & API

Easy to Connect & Launch!

Connect to your store in minutes!
Follow fully illustrated help guide to connect your site.

Free to connect and test!
Start testing checkouts and Autoship right away.

An API for Autoship!

Experience the power of the QPilot™ API
Create new Autoship experiences for websites and beyond using the QPilot API.

A subscription you can talk to?
See this video demo of a live chat integrated with the QPilot API!

Scale and Performance? We’ve Got You Covered!

We host and manage Autoship Cloud so that it runs quickly and scales easily no matter what.

Powerful Hosting

Backed by enterprise-level hosting from Microsoft Azure®

Why does enterprise cloud hosting matter?
Endless scale and performance that doesn’t tax your WordPress Hosting! Autoship runs very fast even when you’ve got a lot of traffic on your site!

Integrates with the WooCommerce API

Nearly all features and updates are delivered as an integration with WooCommerce.
When an Autoship Scheduled Order processes, our hosted service will deliver an order to WooCommerce – nice & easy!

Why does API integration matter?
Many of Autoship Cloud’s features are updated and supported with minimal need to update a plugin!
This improves the performance of your site, reduces the complexity of WooCommerce updates and safeguards valuable Autoship Scheduled Orders in the cloud.

Free to Signup & Try!

Autoship Cloud is free to install and only takes minutes start testing!

Snimke zaslona

  • Schedule any Simple Product or Variable Product from your WooCommerce inventory.
  • Manage your scheduled order.

Instalacija

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
See the documentation for more information.

1. Install the Autoship Cloud plugin

  1. Install and configure the WooCommerce plugin by WooThemes.
  2. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/plugin-name directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
  4. Follow the instructions below to connect your QPilot account.

2. Register your QPilot account

Create a free QPilot Merchant Account at https://merchants.qpilot.cloud/login/register.
Complete the registration process by entering your email address and creating a password.

3. Create a new integration key for WooCommerce

  1. Log in to your QPilot account at https://merchants.qpilot.cloud/login
  2. Navigate to My Account > Apps, locate the WooCommerce App and click “Connect”
  3. Generate a new key and enter “autoship-cloud” into the Description field and generate a new integration key.
  4. You will now have a new Client ID and Client Secret. Save these values for future use. You will not be able to get these values later!

4. Connect Autoship Cloud

  1. Log in to the WP Admin Dashboard in your WordPress site.
  2. Navigate to the Autoship Cloud tab.
  3. Enter your Client ID and Client Secret. Click the Update button.
  4. Click the button to Connect. This will begin the authorization process.
  5. Log in to your QPilot account.
  6. Grant access for your site to connect to QPilot.
  7. You should see a message indicating that Autoship has been connected successfully.

ČPP

What is QPilot?

QPilot is a service provider designed for scheduled commerce. It is the engine powering the Autoship Cloud plugin.
See more information at QPilot.cloud

Can I migrate from my current subscription software?

Yes! Most migrations can easily be managed using a CSV upload.

Recenzije

13. studenoga 2020.
We are very impressed with the Autoship product - we believe it is an absolute must these days for any online retailer to succeed. We love its power and flexibility - we've canvased the market before choosing QPilot Autoship and we can tell you as of now there is nothing out there that compares or even comes close. What's even more amazing is the support team!! Regardless of whether you are a large or small business, they give you the attention and care by spending the necessary time to get you set up properly, answering questions, and providing necessary resources. We are very happy with our decision in choosing Autoship and look forward to leveraging its power to provide us with an edge as we strive to build our online business. If you're looking for power and flexibility backed by an amazing support team, then QPilot Autoship is the only choice for you. We highly recommend it!
11. studenoga 2020.
I am not the most WordPress savvy user. I just want to put that out there because I think that is relevant. Our site requires an AutoShip feature and the QPilot solution has been a great addition to our website. The few items that needed troubleshooting were due to things that I did, trying to "fix" my site. When the issues arose, QPilot was quick to respond to my questions and provide feedback on the same day when my scheduled orders weren't working. It was fantastic customer service that kept me sane through a fairly stressful time. Thanks QPilot!
08. listopada 2020.
I am using premium version of auto-ship, its good and support also very good:)
22. srpnja 2020.
Q pilot support team is the best! They have coordinated with our developers and helped us to customize the code and resolve the issues. I recommend Q- Pilot service and plugins to Everyone! Thank you.
27. lipnja 2020.
We've run into some issues initially with this plugin, but over time it's gotten to be really solid. If I had an issue, support was super helpful.
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Suradnici i Programeri

“Autoship Cloud powered by QPilot” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Suradnici

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= 2.1.4 – 2020-08-09

  • Added: new Regular Price and Sale Price radio options have been added to the Bulk Update Autoship Checkout Price and Bulk Update Autoship Recurring Price utilities found in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings > Utilities ( tab ). These options can be used to specify which product price to calculate the optional Autoship Checkout and/or Autoship Recurring price(s) in a bulk update.

  • Improved: the Bulk Update Autoship Checkout Price and Bulk Update Autoship Recurring Price utilities found in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings > Utilities ( tab ) now allow the clearing of the Autoship Checkout and/or Autoship Recurring price(s) by clearing the “Discount Percent” field and selecting the “Update Products” button.

  • Fixed: additional WooCommerce Product Variation data ( added by the ShipperHQ plugin ) will now be sent to the connected QPilot Site’s Product(s) including Shipping Group, Ship Separately, Warehouse, Freight Class, and more.

= 2.1.3 – 2020-09-23

  • Added: support for version 3.3.0 of the Authorize.net payment gateway plugin which now utilizes the standard “WC Payment Token API” for saved payment methods.

  • Fixed: a Fatal Error that could occur in the WooCommerce > Orders view when the “Display Ship by Date in Order Management” option is enabled in the WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Options ( tab ) and one or more WooCommerce Orders were created by QPilot using the legacy REST API Endpoint.

= 2.1.2 – 2020-09-16

  • Improved: calls made by the Autoship Cloud powered by QPilot plugin to the QPilot API now use the “Merchant Scope” by default when a scope is not specified and include a new source HTTP request header that will be used by QPilot to track the source of the API call.

  • New Filters! The following new filters have been added to the plugin:

    • A new ‘autoship_default_client_token_scope’ filter is now available in the autoship_get_default_client() function in the src/api.php file and can be used to change the default scope used for creating the QPilot API Token when a scope is not supplied to the function.

= 2.1.1 – 2020-09-12

  • Added: Updated version support for WooCommerce 4.5

  • Improved: the Native UI display option to use the “Lock” flag supplied by the QPilot API to determine if a Scheduled Order is within the Processing Lock window defined by the connected QPilot Site. Previously, this was determined by dynamically calculating if the current date fell within the number of days to the next occurrence.

  • Improved: calls made by the Autoship Cloud powered by QPilot plugin to the QPilot API to now use the “Customer Scope” when customers ( non-administrators ) are creating or updating Scheduled Orders, adding or removing saved Payment Methods, and editing Billing or Shipping Addresses.
  • Improved: synchronization of site metadata in QPilot now occurs immediately upon a WooCommerce site’s successful Oauth connection with QPilot.
  • Improved: the autoship_search_all_scheduled_orders function now allows for searching Scheduled Orders across customers. Previously, this function could only be used to search for Scheduled Orders by one customer.
  • Improved: the “Autoship Health Check” and “Product Availability” endpoints now include a permissions callback function when registered. Previously, starting in WordPress version 5.5 a _doing_it_wrong notice would be included in the debug log.
  • Improved: the “Autoship Cloud Logs” entries have expanded to include the function parameters ( where possible ) and log errors in the same exact format.
  • Improved: the Native UI Scheduled Order template to use the autoship_get_formatted_price() function in place of the deprecated autoship_get_formatted_amount() function.

  • Fixed: The “Autoship Cloud Logs” system download button in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Logs (tab) to download the most recent log file if the “Autoship Log File Download” drop-down is not changed. Previously, the oldest file would be downloaded if the tab is selected and the Download button was selected without changing the select dropdown.

  • Fixed: a Fatal Error that could occur when creating Scheduled Orders on sites running a version of WordPress lower than version 5.3 and have set the Timezone setting in WP-Admin > Settings to a manual positive offset ( i.e. UTC+1 ).

  • Deprecated: the autoship_check_is_order_locked() function. The autoship_check_lock_status_info() function found in src/scheduled-orders.php should be used instead.

= 2.1.0 – 2020-08-10

  • New! ShipperHQ for WooCommerce now works with Autoship Cloud powered by QPilot! Merchants using ShipperHQ for WooCommerce will now send additional WooCommerce Product data (added by ShipperHQ) to their connected QPilot Site’s Products including: Shipping Group, Ship Separately, Warehouse, Freight Class, and more. Requires the ShipperHQ for WooCommerce plugin (https://wordpress.org/plugins/woo-shipperhq/)
  • New! Opayo (Formerly SagePay) Direct is now available as a supported payment integration. Merchants using the Opayo (formally SagePay) Direct Gateway for WooCommerce plugin can now add this integration for their connected QPilot Site via WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Payment Integrations.

  • Added: Refunding Autoship Orders in the WooCommerce > Edit Order view is now supported for the PayPal powered by Braintree Payment Gateway Plugin for payments via PayPal and Credit Card.

  • Added: Refunding Autoship Orders in the WooCommerce > Edit Order view is now supported for the TrustCommerce gateway Payment Gateway Plugin.
  • Added: Refunding Autoship Orders in the WooCommerce > Edit Order view is now supported for the XL NMI Gateway for WooCommerce Payment Gateway Plugin.
  • Added: Refunding Autoship Orders in the WooCommerce > Edit Order view is now supported for the Paya for WooCommerce (formerly Sage Payments USA) Payment Gateway.

  • Fixed: bug in the Native UI Scheduled Order template that would cause products that did not have the “Add To Scheduled Order” option checked to be included in the “Add a Product” drop down.

  • Fixed: the support for add/delete Stripe Payment Methods to retrieve the Stripe Customer ID from the user options rather than the user metadata. Previously, starting with Stripe for WooCommerce v4.3.2, the gateway started saving the Stripe Customer ID in the user options which prevented the Stripe Customer ID to be synchronized with QPilot for Payment Methods added via the My Account > Payment Methods screen.
  • Fixed: conflict with PayPal Checkout gateway support WooCommerce Smart Coupons plugin. Previously, when these two plugins were active, a Fatal Error was thrown when a customer attempted to checkout using PayPal.
  • Fixed: the “API Health Check” (found in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings) to only display the “Unhealthy” badge warning in the WordPress Admin menu item ( found in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud ) when the WC REST API connection is “Unhealthy”. Previously, the badge was displayed when a health check had not been performed for 15 minutes and would clear whenever the Autoship Cloud menu item was selected.

  • New Filters! The following new filters have been added to the plugin:

    • A new ‘autoship_shipperhq_product_fields’ filter is now available in the new autoship_attach_product_shipperhq_metadata() function in the src/products.php file and can be used to customize the ShipperHQ fields included in the product upsert.
    • A new ‘autoship_braintree_paypal_descriptor_flag’ filter is now available in the new autoship_add_adjusted_gateway_metadata_braintree() function in the src/payments.php file and can be used to customize the value searched for in the Braintree Payment Method description to determine if the payment method is a Braintree PayPal or Braintree Credit Card method. The default value used in the filter is “PayPal”.
    • A new ‘autoship_is_paypal_payment_method_scheduled_order’ filter is now available in the new autoship_add_adjusted_gateway_metadata_braintree() function in the src/payments.php file and can be used to specify if a Braintree payment method sent by QPilot and attached to a WC Order is a Braintree PayPal method or not.
    • A new autoship_disable_admin_health_checks filter has been added to the autoship_admin_health_status_menu_bubble() function in src/api-health.php. The filter allows the disabling of the periodic API health check feature when set to ‘true’. When the periodic API health check is disabled, the health check will only occur when the menu item is selected in the WordPress Admin (WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud).

= 2.0.9 – 2020-07-17

  • Improved: performance for WooCommerce Order Creation via the WC REST API. Performance is improved specifically for WooCommerce sites that have enabled the ‘Prices entered with tax’ option in WooCommerce Settings with the option “Yes, I will enter prices inclusive of tax”. Now, all WooCommerce Sites using this setting can accurately create multiple Orders in WooCommerce within milliseconds of each other when QPilot is processing Scheduled Orders.
  • Improved: page load and reduced js code calls by migrating the autoship.js code to the scheduled-orders.js file and only firing the related functionality when the Displaying Scheduled Orders in My Account option is set to Use the hosted Autoship Scheduled Orders iframe under the WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Options tab.
  • Improved: page load by only enqueuing scripts and styles for the Web Chat (Beta) and Dynamic Scheduled Orders Cart features when they are enabled.
  • Improved: src/checkout.php file contents by moving all “add filter” and “add action” calls to the footer so that developers can more easily find, use, and understand the Autoship Cloud powered by QPilot plugin functions and integrations with WooCommerce and WordPress.
  • Improved: template directory organization by adding additional scheduled-orders-cart and webchat subdirectories to contain the related template files.
  • Improved: plugin maintainability by migrating functions and code from several legacy files into the related core files. This also resulted in removing the templates.php, text.php, widgets.php, and routing.php files from the src directory.

  • Fixed: the Authorize.net Payment Gateway refund data attached to Orders in WooCommerce generated by QPilot Scheduled Orders so that those WooCommerce Orders can be refunded through the WooCommerce Edit Order screen.

  • Deprecated: the ‘autoship_render_widget( )’ function. The function references a legacy feature that is not called anywhere in the Autoship Cloud powered by QPilot plugin.

2.0.8 – 2020-06-11

  • Fixed: the Autoship Schedule Options script to initialize Variable products added to a page dynamically via Ajax as is done with many Quick View theme features.
  • Fixed: the Update Product Synchronization button displayed in the Autoship Cloud Upgrade Notice dialog to correctly redirect users to the Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Utilities tab. Previously, any user upgrading from an Autoship Cloud version 1.2.31 or lower would be taken to the Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Migrations tab instead.

2.0.7 – 2020-06-02

  • Added: the Order data that is shown to customers in the My Account > Orders (History) Page now includes additional data for Autoship Orders created by processing a Scheduled Order and for orders that generated Autoship Orders. These Orders now show the Scheduled Order ID(s), the frequency, as well as a link for the customer to view the Scheduled Order directly in My Account > Scheduled Orders. My Account > Scheduled Orders.

  • Improved: the Autoship Schedule Options JS code and functionality work with Ajax loaded product templates and dynamic content more efficiently.

  • Fixed: a Notice that was included in the Error log when WooCommerce is deactivated while Autoship Cloud is active.

  • Fixed: synchronization of Autoship Cloud version information, Scheduled Order display options, and active Autoship Cloud Extensions with other site metadata in QPilot when a Scheduled Order is processed and a resulting WC Order is created. Previously, starting in v1.2.44 a change to prevent other plugin conflicts with order created inadvertently removed from the site metadata when sending orders to QPilot.

  • New Functions! The following new functions have been added to the plugin:

    • A new autoship_order_customer_dashboard_column_location filter is now available in the new autoship_order_customer_dashboard_icon_column() function in the src/orders.php file and can be used to customize the location of the new Autoship column in the My Account > Orders screen.
    • A new autoship_populate_order_customer_dashboard_icon_tooltip_components filter is now available in the new autoship_order_customer_dashboard_icon_column_content() function in the src/orders.php file and can be used to customize the tooltip content displayed when hovering over the Autoship icons in the My Account > Orders screen.
    • A new autoship_populate_order_customer_dashboard_icon_tooltip filter is now available in the new autoship_order_customer_dashboard_icon_column_content() function in the src/orders.php file and can be used to customize the tooltip html when hovering over the Autoship icons in the My Account > Orders screen.
    • A new autoship_populate_customer_view_order_header_attribution filter is now available in the new autoship_customer_view_order_header_attribution() function in the src/orders.php file and can be used to customize the sub header text displayed in the My Account > View Order screen.
    • A new autoship_populate_customer_view_order_header_attribution_html filter is now available in the new autoship_customer_view_order_header_attribution() function in the src/orders.php file and can be used to customize the sub header HTML used in the My Account > View Order screen.
  • Updated Filters: The following filters have been updated in the plugin:

    • autoship_maybe_update_item_relative_next_occurrence_date filter found in the autoship_maybe_update_cart_item_relative_next_occurrence() function in src/products.php has been updated to include the frequency and frequency type as pass through parameters. This filter can be used to adjust the Relative Next Occurrence for a Scheduled cart item after a change has been made in the cart.
    • autoship_calculate_relative_next_occurrence_date_from_basedate filter found in the autoship_get_product_default_relative_next_occurrence() function in src/products.php has been updated to include the frequency and frequency type as pass through parameters. This filter can be used to adjust the base date used from which the Relative Next Occurrence is calculated for Scheduled Items added to or updated in the cart.
    • autoship_calculate_relative_next_occurrence_date found in the autoship_get_product_default_relative_next_occurrence() function in src/products.php has been updated to include the frequency and frequency type as pass through parameters. This filter can be used to adjust the Relative Next Occurrence for Scheduled Items added to the cart.
  • New Actions! The following new actions have been added to the plugin:

    • A new autoship_order_customer_dashboard_icon_column_content_maybe_scheduled_order action is now available in the new autoship_order_customer_dashboard_icon_column_content() function in the src/orders.php file and can be used to output custom content in the new Autoship column when an order generated an error creating a Scheduled Order or may not have created a scheduled order when it should have.
    • A new autoship_customer_view_order_header_attribution_maybe_scheduled_order action is now available in the new autoship_customer_view_order_header_attribution() function in the src/orders.php file and can be used to output custom content in the sub-header for a WC Order that generated an error creating a Scheduled Order or may not have created a scheduled order when it should have.
  • Deprecated: the autoship_woocommerce_rest_insert_shop_order_object() function. The autoship_woocommerce_rest_insert_shop_object_add_note() function found in src/api-wc.php should be used instead.

  • Deprecated: the handle_custom_qpilot_meta_query() function. The autoship_handle_meta_query_by_scheduled_order_processing_id() function found in src/api-wc.php should be used instead.

2.0.6 – 2020-05-05

  • Fixed: Updated to include the latest schedule-options.js file for the new Multi-Product page template support.

2.0.5 – 2020-05-05

  • Added: a new minimum requirement of WooCommerce 3.4.1

  • Improved: the Autoship integration with the WooCommerce Cart template and Order Preview templates for better visibility and organization. The Autoship Schedule Options (form) will now be displayed under the Product Name in the Cart.

  • Improved: the Autoship data available for customizing and dynamically changing the Product page layout by adding an additional show_discount_str flag included in the data returned by the autoship_product_discount_data() function found in src/products.php. The new flag will be set to true by default if the associated product/variation has either a discounted Autoship Checkout Price or a discounted Autoship Recurring Price.
    • The flag can be used by extensions and custom code to enable/disable the Autoship Discount string on a variation level and is used by developers to add additional support for plugins that integrate with WooCommerce Product prices (for example: WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing).
  • Improved: the display of Autoship options to work with WooCommerce templates that display multiple products, both simple and variable, enabled for Autoship on the same page. Previously, this was only possible with a limited number of themes.
  • Improved: the Autoship Schedule Options JS code and functionality is more adoptable and customizable for Developers to include Autoship options for products displayed on custom templates.
  • Improved: the loading performance of Autoship Cloud scripts onto WordPress pages by setting the default behavior to load the scripts in the footer rather than in the header.
  • Improved: The “Autoship Cloud Logging” system naming convention used in the Autoship Log File Download drop down found in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Logs (tab) to include the Day of the Month in addition to the Day of the Week, Month, and Year ( for example: “Tuesday, May 5th 2020” ). Entries are added to daily log files and the latest 30 log files are retained.

  • Fixed: a Fatal Error that could occur when a website on a version of WordPress lower than version 5.3, and using Autoship Cloud powered by QPilot version 2.0 or higher, receives the REST request for a previously processed Scheduled Order from QPilot. Starting in Autoship Cloud v2.0, the new wp_timezone() WordPress function was used to adjust the date time format for the Next Occurrence value.

  • New Functions! The following new functions have been added to the plugin:

    • A new autoship_product_variations_discount_data() function has been added to the src/products.php file which takes a WC Variable Product or Variable Product ID and retrieves all the Autoship Discount and Options data for that product’s variations.
    • A new autoship_display_cart_item_data function has been added to the src/cart.php file and is used to display the Autoship Schedule and Associated Data for a cart item on the cart pages and order review page.
    • A new autoship_display_cart_item_options function has been added to the src/cart.php file and is used to display the Autoship Options template on the Cart pages.
  • New Filters! The following new filters have been added to the plugin:

    • A new ‘autoship_default_template_data’ filter has been added to the autoship_head_scripts() function in the src/scripts.php file and can be used to customize the default classes used by our Schedule-Options script to select various html elements. In addition, the filter can be used to specify custom functions to use in place of our functions giving more advanced control over the functionality.
    • A new ‘autoship_header_script_data’ filter has been added to the autoship_head_scripts() function in the src/scripts.php file and can be used to add to or completely change the JS code we output to the head of the page.
    • A new ‘autoship_frequency_cart_order_item_schedule_display’ filter has been added to the autoship_display_cart_item_data function found in the src/cart.php file. The filter can be used to change the Autoship Schedule html displayed for items selected for Autoship in the Cart and Order preview page.
    • A new ‘autoship_frequency_cart_order_item_schedule_next_occurence_display’ filter has been added to the autoship_display_cart_item_data function found in the src/cart.php file. The filter can be used to change the Autoship Next Occurrence html displayed for items selected for Autoship in the Cart and Order preview page.
  • Deprecated: the autoship_cart_item_name() function. The autoship_display_cart_item_data() function found in src/cart.php should be used instead.

  • Deprecated: the autoship_get_item_data() function. The autoship_display_cart_item_options() function found in src/cart.php should be used instead.

2.0.4

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  • Fixed: bug in version 2.0.3 where creating Scheduled Orders after checkout resulted in defaulting the frequency and frequency type to every 1 month. This was caused by the QPilot API Class incorrectly overriding the selected values with the default Months and a frequency of 1.

2.0.3

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  • New! The Autoship Cloud Logging system is useful for troubleshooting issues with your Autoship Cloud and QPilot Integration. Entries are added to daily log files and the latest 30 log files are retained. You can locate this new feature in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Logs (tab).
  • Added: Updated version support for WooCommerce 4.0.1
  • Improved: the Product data synchronization with QPilot by updating the maximum length of the values upserted to the API when saving a product: title, sku, length, width, height, weight, shippingClass, taxClass, type, url, imageUrl, and imageThumbUrl.
  • Improved: the QPilot Client Class used by the Autoship Cloud Plugin to be independent from WordPress and WooCommerce preventing changes to WordPress and WooCommerce from affecting the QPilot Client Class and allowing for the Class to be used external to the Autoship Cloud plugin.
  • Fixed: a polyfill issue within the Embedded App display UI that prevented the Embedded App from displaying in Internet Explorer.
  • Deprecated: the “Import WC Autoship Data” utility found on Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Migrations (tab). The “Export WC Autoship Schedules to CSV” utility found on the Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Migrations (tab) should be used instead.

  • New Filters! The following new filters have been added to the plugin:

    • autoship_log_file_download_select_display_name filter has been added to the Logs template file found in templates/admin/logs.php. The filter allows for modifying the name displayed for log files in the Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Logs (Tab) >>> Select Dropdown
    • autoship_file_name_handle filter has been added to the new autoship_get_log_filename() function in src/logger.php. The filter allows the hash and file name for the Autoship Cloud Logs to be changed.
    • autoship_keep_logger_files_count filter has been added to the new autoship_get_logs_keep_count() function in src/logger.php. The filter allows the number of log files kept at any one time to be changed. By default only the 30 latest log files will be kept.
    • autoship_logs_directory_path*** filter has been added to the new **autoship_get_logs_directory() function in src/logger.php. The filter allows for changing the location of the logs directory. By default the log directory path will be set to a autoship-logs folder within the wp upload directory.
    • autoship_log_entry filter has been added to the new autoship_log_entry() function in src/logger.php. The filter allows the ability to disable logging for either all autoship log entries or based on context and/or error message.
    • autoship_clean_logger_files filter has been added to the new autoship_log_entry() function in src/logger.php. The filter allows to enable or disable the deletion of old log entries.
  • New Actions! The following new actions have been added to the plugin:

    • autoship_before_log_entry action has been added to the new autoship_log_entry() function in src/logger.php. The action allows for the ability to perform various actions before the log entries are added or the directory is created. For example, this would allow merchants to intercept our logging and add it to the WP Debug Log instead of our custom logs.
    • autoship_after_log_entry action has been added to the new autoship_log_entry() function in src/logger.php. The action allows for the ability to perform various actions after the log entries are created. For example, this would allow merchants to fire an email to notify themselves when an issue comes up.
    • autoship_before_autoship_admin_logs action has been added to the new logs.php template file in src/templates/admin/ directory. The action allows for the ability to output content before the log tab content.
    • autoship_after_autoship_admin_logs action has been added to the new logs.php template file in src/templates/admin/ directory. The action allows for the ability to output content after the log tab content.

2.0.2

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  • New! The Autoship Cloud plugin now supports the Price display suffix field option found in WooCommerce > Settings > Tax, on the Product, and Native UI Scheduled Order template pages.
  • New! The Autoship Cloud plugin now supports the WooCommerce display format for sale prices on the Product, and Native UI Scheduled Order template pages when the checkout price or recurring price is less than the current price. By default WooCommerce displays the sale format as the non-discounted price with a strikethrough followed by the discounted Autoship Checkout or Recurring Price.
  • New! The Next Occurrence date for a Scheduled Order can now be set to the current date. Previously, the Next Occurrence must always be a 1+ days in the future.

  • Improved: the consistency of the Next Occurrence localization in the Native UI Scheduled Order template by changing the format of the Next Occurrence value to:

    • Take the current local time into account before converting to the date to Coordinated Universal Time.
    • Only send the date value and not the time portion of the Next Occurrence value
  • Improved: the Hosted iFrame and Merchant Dashboard have been updated to display and save dates using the Merchant Timezone defined in for the QPilot Site instead of the Local Browser’s Timezone.
  • Improved: Scheduled Orders created at checkout and via the Native UI will now include the origin value for the API. Scheduled Orders created at checkout will have CustomerCheckout set as the origin field value and Scheduled Orders created anywhere else in the Autoship Cloud plugin ( i.e. Native UI, Embedded App, Hosted iFrame, etc ) will have CustomerApi set as the origin field value. See #817
  • Improved: the Scheduled Order attribution by now including the “origin” field in the order data used to create the Scheduled Orders at Checkout and via the Native UI. If an order is created at checkout the value of the “origin” field will be set to CustomerCheckout, otherwise the value will be CustomerApi.

  • Fixed: the Native UI Scheduled Order template so that it correctly displays the “Addt’l Tax & Fees” label in place of the existing “Tax” label when the “Display prices in the shop option” is set to “Including tax” in the WooCommerce > Settings > Tax tab. Previously, starting in version 2.0.1 the label was not updating.

  • Fixed: the upgrade functionality so that a fatal error will no longer be thrown when attempting to upgrade from the legacy WC Autoship plugin to Autoship Cloud v2.0.1 or higher.

  • Deprecated: the autoship_get_formatted_amount() function. The autoship_get_formatted_price() function should be used instead. Note the function also includes a deprecated autoship_get_formatted_amount filter which is being replaced by the autoship_get_formatted_price filter.

  • New Filters! The following new filters have been added to the plugin:

    • autoship_get_formatted_price filter in the autoship_get_formatted_price() function in src/products.php. The filter allows the formatted autoship display prices to be adjusted.

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  • New! The Native UI Scheduled Orders and Scheduled Order templates have been updated to support the ‘Prices entered with tax option’ and the ‘Display prices in the shop’ option from the WP-Admin > WooCommerce > Settings >> Tax tab.

    • When the ‘Prices entered with tax’ option is set to “No, I will enter prices exclusive of tax” and the ‘Display prices in the shop’ option is set to “Including tax”, the Native UI will adjust the displayed prices for existing scheduled order items, newly added scheduled order items, and the Subtotal and Total to include tax calculated using the woocommerce wc_get_price_to_display() function.
    • When the ‘Prices entered with tax’ option is set to “Yes, I will enter prices inclusive of tax” and the ‘Display prices in the shop’ option is set to “Excluding tax”, the Native UI will adjust the displayed prices for existing scheduled order items, newly added Scheduled Order items, and the Subtotal and Total to exclude tax calculated using the woocommerce wc_get_price_to_display() function.
    • When the ‘Display prices in the shop option’ is set to “Including tax” the “Tax” label in the totals section will change to “Addt’l Tax & Fees” since the prices and totals already include the tax and there may be additional tax ( i.e. shipping tax ) and/or fees added when the Scheduled Order is processed.
  • Improved: the Migrations tab (WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Migrations) has been improved to provide a simpler layout of actions with easy to follow help text for each action displayed.

  • Improved: the general customer information synchronization with QPilot by removing the length restrictions imposed on the following customer api fields: email, firstName and lastName. Previously, these fields might be truncated when the corresponding customer information was sent to QPilot.
  • Improved: the customer shipping information synchronization with QPilot by removing the length restrictions imposed on the following customer shipping api fields: shippingFirstName, shippingLastName, shippingStreet1, shippingStreet2, shippingCity, shippingState, shippingPostcode, shippingCountry, and company. Previously, these fields might be truncated when the corresponding customer information was sent to QPilot.
  • Improved: the customer shipping information synchronization with QPilot by removing the length restrictions imposed on the following customer billing api fields: billingFirstName, billingLastName, billingStreet1, billingStreet2, billingCity, billingState, billingPostcode, billingCountry, phoneNumber, and company. Previously, these fields might be truncated when the corresponding customer information was sent to QPilot.

  • Fixed: the ability to remove coupons from Scheduled Orders in the Native UI when the coupon code contains an ampersand.

  • Fixed: the “Import WC Autoship Data” Bulk Action has been updated to work with the 2.0 version of the QPilot API. This fix addresses previous issues where some Scheduled Orders would not be created successfully.
  • Fixed: issue that caused “Locked” status Scheduled Orders to reference the old Pascal case. Starting in 2.0 the reference to the old name for the Customer object would cause a Notice to be included in the error log.

  • New Filters! The following new filters have been added to the plugin:

    • autoship_enable_wc_tax_settings_for_prices_display_default filter has been added to the autoship_enable_wc_tax_seetings_for_prices_display() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter allows the disabling of the WC Tax support in the Native UI.
    • autoship_get_calculated_scheduled_order_totals filter has been added to the autoship_get_calculated_scheduled_order_totals() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter allows the subtotal, shipping, taxes, and total values displayed in the Native UI Scheduled Orders and Scheduled Order templates to be adjusted,
  • New Actions! The following new actions have been added to the the autoship_print_product_custom_fields() function in src/product-page.php to allow developers to output content in various locations on the Autoship tab on the Edit Product page:

    • autoship_before_print_product_custom_price_fields
    • autoship_after_print_product_custom_price_fields
    • autoship_after_print_product_custom_order_settings_fields
    • autoship_before_print_product_custom_frequency_option_fields
    • autoship_after_print_product_custom_frequency_option_fields
  • New Actions! The following new actions have been added to the the autoship_print_variable_product_custom_fields() function in src/product-page.php to allow developers to output content in various locations on the Autoship tab on the Edit Product Variation page:

    • autoship_before_print_variable_product_custom_price_fields
    • autoship_after_print_variable_product_custom_price_fields
    • autoship_after_print_variable_product_custom_order_settings_fields

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  • New! You can now use your connected QPilot Site to edit email templates for Customer Email Notifications. Start by adding your own custom logo, changing colors and even customize the default notification text to better fit your brand and Autoship customer experience.
  • New! The 2.0.0 plugin integrates with the latest version of the QPilot API. The 2.0.0 QPilot API brings significant performance improvements that increase the power and efficiency of Autoship Cloud. Important: The 2.0.0 QPilot API is a major version update and includes non backwards compatible changes that have been made to the core QPilotClient class found in src/QPilot/Client.php — this is used to make direct api calls to the QPilot endpoints. Any integrations or use of this class or its methods should be fully tested prior to upgrading.
  • New! The Autoship Cloud plugin now supports the different combinations of Shop Tax settings found in WooCommerce > Settings > Tax, on the Product, Cart, and Checkout pages as well as on Autoship Orders in WooCommerce that are created from processing Scheduled Orders. This includes support for Prices Entered With Tax options, the different Shipping Tax Class options, as well as the Display Prices in the Shop and Display Prices During Cart and Checkout options.
  • New! PHP Unit Testing framework is now implemented with the Autoship Cloud plugin so that plugin developers can automatically test changes locally.
  • New! Automated Testing has now been implemented for the Autoship Cloud plugin using the PHPUnit framework and WP-CLI to improve release and development efficiency, plugin maintainability, and to build the foundation for open source developer contributions.

  • Added: QPilot now displays dates and times in the user’s local time.

  • Added: Autoship Cloud now supports the display of dates and times in the local WordPress site’s time for sites running WooCommerce version 3.5 or higher. When using Autoship Cloud with WooCommerce version 3.5 or higher, the WordPress Timezone setting found in WordPress General Settings will be used to determine which timezone the dates displayed within the Native UI Display in My Account > Scheduled Orders will be shown in.
  • Added: Autoship Frequency Options and the “isFeatured” flag for WooCommerce Products are now included as product metadata being synchronized with QPilot.

  • Improved: Searches made in Scheduled Orders (WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Scheduled Orders) and Customers (WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Customers) will now persist so that search results are not lost when navigating away from the report page and then revisiting the report page.

  • Improved: List views have been improved to load faster with fewer calls to the 2.0.0 QPilot API.
  • Improved: the display of Autoship Options has been updated to work with WooCommerce templates that display multiple products enabled for Autoship on the same page.
  • Improved: the Autoship Cloud Settings Page (WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings) has been cleaned up and organized with additional tabs for “Utilities” and “Migrations”. The following bulk update actions have been moved from the legacy “Migrations” page to the new “Utilities” tab: Update Product Synchronization, Bulk Update Autoship Checkout Price, Bulk Update Autoship Recurring Price, Bulk Enable WooCommerce Products to Display Autoship Options, and Bulk Enable Product Availability. The Export WC Autoship Schedules to CSV and Import WC Autoship Data migration actions have been migrated from the legacy “Migrations” page to the new “Migrations” tab.
  • Improved: the integration with the WP-Admin > WooCommerce > Orders page by adding additional Order ID validation to avoid issues when attempting to display Autoship related information for Order IDs that are not actually valid WooCommerce Orders.
  • Improved: source code readability, maintainability, and administrative overhead by removing unused legacy functions and adding extensive source code documentation.
  • Improved: the handling of deprecated functions with the addition of a deprecated source file in which all functions be deprecated will be listed along with their replacements. In addition, any reference to a deprecated function will invoke an Error Notice to be displayed if WP_DEBUG is true.
  • Improved: the Embedded App display option has been improved to work with the 2.0 QPilot API and the overall number of calls to the API has been greatly reduced to improve performance.

  • Fixed: the Embedded App display option now correctly displays featured WooCommerce Products within the “Featured” tab of the Embedded App.

  • Fixed: Autoship Cloud Coupons correctly validate the usage of multiple coupons to Scheduled Orders. Previously, coupons that were not stackable would sometimes replace stackable coupons and vice versa.
  • Fixed: the Bulk Delete action in the Products report (WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Products) is now working as expected.
  • Fixed: an issue when trying to delete a connected Site in QPilot.

  • Deprecated: the autoship_discounted_price function. The autoship_checkout_price function should be used instead.

  • New Filters! The following new filters have been added to the plugin:

    • autoship_log_api_health_error_details filter has been added to the autoship_integration_statuses_check() function in src/api-health.php. The filter allows the disabling of the health check errors that get logged into the error log when a site is unhealthy.

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  • New! Processing actions for merchants to manage Scheduled Orders now include: Process Now (for all Scheduled Order statuses) and Continue Processing (for paused or failed Scheduled Order statuses)

  • Improved: customer email notifications now include subtotal lines for coupon discounts

  • Improved: customer email notifications now include an Out of Stock indicator for line items

  • Fixed: Issue where custom Frequencies added via the WordPress filter in code for default frequency options could break the display of frequency options on the cart screen if added in an unexpected format.

  • Fixed: Issue where creating a new scheduled order using a Frequency Type of DayOfTheWeek or DayOfTheMonth would cause the resulting scheduled order to be assigned an empty frequency type and frequency as well as a Next Occurrence date of January 1st 1970.
  • Fixed: 404 error with Scheduled Orders by Product report when applying filters to sort or resort the report results.

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  • New! Create Scheduled Order shortcode. This new shortcode will place an action on the page to create a new Scheduled Order. The shortcode takes options for element classes, button text, setting frequency type with frequency, adding products with quantities, and even setting the minimum and maximum cycles for products. The shortcode is now added by default to the “No Scheduled Orders” template area (configured in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Options tab) and can also be added and displayed throughout your WooCommerce site’s pages.

  • Added: The “Create Scheduled Order” action is now added to the Native UI Display in My Account > Scheduled Orders. With the Native UI Display option enabled, customers can use this action to create a new Scheduled Order right from My Account.

  • Added: Support for “Quickview” templates for simple products so that selecting an Autoship option updates the product price displayed in the Quickview. Previously the display product price only updated for product variations displayed in Quickview templates.
  • Added: Updated version support for WooCommerce 3.8.
  • Added: Preparation for upcoming version 2.0 plugin update.

  • Improved: Scheduled Order specific notices displayed in the Scheduled Orders table will now be truncated to 200 characters in order to prevent extremely large responses from QPilot being displayed.  The full responses will be logged in the WordPress debug log if enabled.

  • Fixed: Custom frequency names entered in the Edit Product screen will now be correctly displayed in the cart and checkout pages.

  • New Filters! The following new filters have been added to the plugin:

    • autoship_is_add_to_scheduled_order_endpoint_redirect_action filter has been added to the autoship_add_to_scheduled_order_endpoint_redirect() template redirect function in src/pages.php. The filter can be used to enable or disable the user from being redirected when an Autoship scheduled order action is being performed.
    • autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_redirect_validation filter is available in the new autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_redirect() template redirect function in src/pages.php. The filter can be used to dynamically enabled or disable the ability for a link to create a scheduled order.
    • autoship_is_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_redirect_action filter is available in the new autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_redirect() template redirect function in src/pages.php. The filter can be used to enable or disable the user from being redirected when an Autoship scheduled order action is being performed.
    • autoship_get_all_valid_order_create_frequencies filter has been added to the autoship_get_all_valid_order_create_freqencies() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter can be used to dynamically adjust the Frequencies available to a customer when editing or creating a scheduled order.
    • autoship_get_create_scheduled_order_url_params filter is available in the new autoship_get_scheduled_order_create_url() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter can be used to customize the create scheduled order link created by the function.
    • autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_quary_vars_defaults filter is available in the new autoship_get_create_scheduled_order_link_params() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter can be used to customize how and what url parameters are retrieved when a create scheduled order link is clicked.
    • autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint filter is available in the new autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_wrapper() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter can be used to customize when the endpoint function is or is not fired. By default the endpoint function will be fired when the url includes the create-scheduled-order action.
    • autoship_create_scheduled_order_url_redirect filter is available in the new autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_wrapper() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter can be used to customize the url a user is redirected to when the create scheduled order link is processed.
    • autoship_create_scheduled_order_url_notice filter is available in the new autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_wrapper() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter can be used to customize the notice html displayed to a user when the create scheduled order link is processed.
    • autoship_hide_scheduled_orders_header_actions_on_no_orders filter is available in the new autoship_scheduled_orders_header_actions() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter can be used to enable or disable the header actions from being displayed in the Scheduled Orders screen. By default the header actions are hidden for customers with no scheduled orders.
    • autoship_scheduled_orders_header_actions filter is available in the new autoship_scheduled_orders_header_actions() function in src/scheduled-orders.php. The filter can be used to customize the header actions displayed to a customer in the Scheduled Orders screen.
    • autoship_shortcode_create_scheduled_order_action_link filter is available in the new autoship_shortcode_create_scheduled_order_action() function in src/shortcodes.php. The filter can be used to customize the resulting html generated from the autoship-create-scheduled-order-action shortcode.
         
  • New Actions! The following New Actions have been added:
    • autoship_pre_create_scheduled_order_link_handler action is available in the new autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_redirect() template redirect function in src/pages.php to allow developers to perform custom actions directly before the create scheduled order method is called.
    • autoship_post_create_scheduled_order_link_handler action is available in the new autoship_create_scheduled_order_endpoint_redirect() template redirect function in src/pages.php to allow developers to perform custom actions directly after the create scheduled order method is called.

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  • New! Admins can now enable the display of a “Ship By Date” column within the WP-Admin > WooCommerce > Orders list table when the new “Display Ship by Date in Order Management” checkbox is enabled in the WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings >> Options tab. This optional setting was added in order to provide visibility to merchants using the Next Occurrence Offset so that

  • Added: 2 new columns have been added to the Scheduled Orders by Product Report to allow visibility into the Shipping Address(es) for the Scheduled Orders in the report 1) Shipping Address State and 2) Shipping Address Postcode

  • Improved: Site URLs will now update when Site’s are being reconnected to QPilot using the same Site URL. For example, if a Site was connected to QPilot previously using https://www.mysite.com, it can be reconnected to QPilot using the URL https://mysite.com and be recognized as the same site.

  • Improved: The action to “Export WC Autoship Schedules to CSV” found in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Migrations has been improved to include the export of Autoship Schedules that do not contain products and/or saved payment data.

  • Improved: QPilot’s automated Product Synchronization will no longer updated and change the Product Type for a WooCommerce Product. Only updates made to the Product Type in WooCommerce will update the Product Data in QPilot.

  • New Filters! The following new filters have been added to the plugin:

    • autoship_populate_next_occurrence_offset_column_val filter has been added to the autoship_populate_next_occurrence_offset() callback function for populating the “Ship By Date” column. The filter can be used to adjust how the date and content is displayed in the WooCommerce > Orders list table.
    • autoship_populate_next_occurrence_offset_empty_created_date filter has been added to the autoship_populate_next_occurrence_offset() callback function for populating the “Ship By Date” column. The filter can be used to adjust how the column value is populated for orders that do not have a created date in the WooCommerce > Orders list table.
    • autoship_populate_next_occurrence_offset_empty filter has been added to the autoship_populate_next_occurrence_offset() callback function for populating the “Ship By Date” column. The filter can be used to adjust how the column value is populated for orders that do not have a Next Occurrence Offset in the WooCommerce > Orders list table.
    • autoship_rest_generated_order_offset filter has been added to the autoship_qpilot_orders_update_via_rest_set_next_occurrence_offset() callback function for populating the dynamically created _qpilot_next_occurrence_offset metadata on orders coming in over the rest api. The filter can be used to adjust how the newly created date gets formatted and adjust the value dynamically to increase/decrease or remove the Next Occurence UTC for specific orders with specific products.

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  • New! Square is now available as a supported payment integration. Merchants using the Square for WooCommerce plugin can now add this integration for their connected QPilot Site via WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Payment Integrations.
  • New! Merchants can now define a value for Processing Offset for their connected QPilot Site. This new feature enables Scheduled Orders to begin processing ahead of their Next Occurrence date.

  • Improved: Scheduled Orders including coupons that apply shipping discounts will now include the coupon on the created WooCommerce Order. Previously, no coupon would be included with the WooCommerce Order if it only applied a discount to the Shipping Rate.

  • Fixed: Issue where shipping rates were not recalculating and updating consistently when processing Scheduled Orders. This issue would cause some Scheduled Orders to apply an incorrect shipping rate if not all items were valid or in stock when the Scheduled Order processed.

  • Fixed: Conflicts with other plugins that also hook into requests to create Orders via the WooCommerce REST API.

  • New Actions! The following New Actions have been added:

    • autoship_qpilot_orders_before_update_via_rest action has been added to the autoship_qpilot_orders_update() function in src/api.php. This action can be used to perform actions when a QPilot generated order is first received by the WC Rest API wc-autoshipcloud/v1/orders endpoint. The action includes the WP_REST_Request object as a parameter.
    • autoship_qpilot_orders_after_update_via_rest action has been added to the autoship_qpilot_orders_update() function in src/api.php. This action can be used to perform actions after a QPilot generated order is processed by the WC Rest API wc-autoshipcloud/v1/orders endpoint. The action includes the original WP_REST_Request object and WP_REST_Response object as parameters.

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  • Added: Changes in preparation of upcoming Square Payment gateway support.

  • Added: Refunding Autoship Orders in WooCommerce > Edit Order is now supported for Stripe and Authorize.net CIM payments.

  • Improved: Corrected a padding issue on the Autoship Link Builder Title so that the text will no longer be indented.

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  • Improved: Autoship Orders in WooCommerce (created from processing Scheduled Orders) now include full payment responses from the payment gateway.
  • Improved: Refunds are now possible for Autoship Orders processed with PayPal Checkout. Support for refunds is coming soon for additional supported payment gateways.
  • Improved: Automatic product synchronization has been improved to handle errors that may occur during the sync process. Previously, the automated product sync could be completely halted by a site that had errors and this has been improved moving forward.
  • Improved: Scheduled Orders that have a 0.00 subtotal can now be processed with QPilot. Previously, Scheduled Orders for 0.00 would fail because the amount is invalid for payment processing. This is now improved so that 0.00 Scheduled Orders do not attempt to process a payment.
  • Improved: the “Invalid” filter on the Autoship Cloud > Products report will now return only products with that are “Active” status. This ensure that only products that are activated for Autoship in WooCommerce are flagged as invalid.
  • Improved: the Bulk Update actions (in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Migrations) have been improved to handle site errors. Previously, site errors would cause a bulk update to stop or timeout without notice.
  • Improved: the Bulk Update actions (in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Migrations) have been improved to handle Simple products that have orphaned variations. Previously, a simple product might be skipped during the bulk update if invalid variations exist in the database and include the simple product as a parent product.

  • Fixed: Product synchronization warnings now correctly display a “Yellow Sync Warning” icon.

  • Fixed: Empty Order Notes were being added to WooCommerce Orders. This is removed moving forward.
  • Fixed: Text and input labels throughout the plugin have been adjusted for spelling, spacing and other visual improvements.

  • New Actions! The following New Actions have been added:

    • autoship_update_scheduled_orders_on_processing_{action}_gateway action has been added to the autoship_update_scheduled_orders_on_processing() function in src/orders.php. This action can be used to perform actions when a QPilot generated order is updated to a processing status. The dynamic action portion of the action name is the value from the _payment_method metadata field for the associated order. If that field is empty then “general” will be used. The action includes the Payment Gateway response and the WC_Order object as parameters.

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  • New: Autoship Cloud now interprets Coupons applied to Scheduled Orders as Coupons for WooCommerce Orders. Previously, Coupons on Scheduled Orders could only be included as Fee Line items on orders created in WooCommerce and this would sometimes result in inaccurate tax rate calculations.
    • The new functionality checks for the existence of Coupon Fee Lines in Orders created in WooCommerce by QPilot via the WC REST API and does the following:
    • Removes the Coupon Fee Lines and stores them into a _qpilot_legacy_fee_lines metadata field on the WooCommerce Order so that the Coupon Fee Lines can always be re-applied programmatically if needed as well as for auditing purposes.
    • Each Coupon Fee Line is converted to a “virtual” coupon via the new autoship_generate_virtual_wc_coupon() function. See the WooCommerce documentation for the virtual flag here. These virtual coupons are also stored with the Order in a new _qpilot_dynamic_coupons metadata field so that they can be applied in the future.
    • After the order is created in WooCommerce, the virtual coupons are re-applied one by one, letting WooCommerce calculate taxes, re-calculate totals, and deal with rounding natively on the line item level.
  • New: Added a new Option within WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings to “Display QPilot Coupons as Fee Lines” in case a merchant prefers to limit Coupons included on Scheduled Orders to Fee Line items instead of using the new Coupon Fee Lines functionality.
  • New: Added a new Option for WooCommerce Products activated for Autoship to override the default Next Occurrence behavior and choose to “Set Next Occurrence Date Relative to Checkout”. This enables merchants to choose a number of Days, Weeks or Months after Checkout for when the Scheduled Order created for this product should be scheduled for (also known as the “next occurrence date”).

  • Fixed: Removed old functions within Checkout.php that would cause some sites to send an incorrect Stock Status for products that allow backorders.

  • New Filters! The following New Filters have been added:

    • autoship_qpilot_orders_via_rest filter has been added to the autoship_qpilot_orders_update() callback function for the Autoship Orders endpoint in src\api.php. This filter can be used to adjust the rest request data coming in through the endpoint prior to the call to WC_REST_Orders_Controller::create_item().
    • autoship_qpilot_orders_via_rest_enable_fee_lines filter has been added to the autoship_qpilot_orders_update_via_rest_convert_fees_to_coupons() function in src\coupons.php. This filter can be used to disable the virtual coupons functionality and re-enable the legacy fee line method for QPilot orders coming in on the Rest API.
    • autoship_qpilot_orders_update_via_rest_apply_coupons filter has been added to the autoship_qpilot_orders_update_via_rest_apply_coupons() function in src\coupons.php. This filter can be used to disable / enable the virtual coupons functionality by order for orders coming in on the Rest API.
    • autoship_rest_generated_virtual_wc_coupons filter has been added to the autoship_qpilot_orders_update_via_rest_convert_fees_to_coupons() function in src\coupons.php. This filter can be used to adjust the virtual coupons generated from the fee lines on the rest order.
    • autoship_generated_virtual_wc_coupon filter has been added to the autoship_generate_virtual_wc_coupon() function in src\coupons.php. This filter can be used to adjust a virtual coupon as it’s generated and perform other tasks related to that coupon.
    • autoship_coupon_types_by_code filter has been added to the autoship_get_coupon_type_by_code() function in src\coupons.php. This filter can be used to adjust how QPilot Coupon Types are converted to WC Coupon types.

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  • Fixed: Issue where a Notice was being displayed incorrectly due to a reference to a legacy $error variable that was removed when the product metadata summary was refactored.
  • Fixed: Issue when updating WooCommerce Products that allow backorders was sending an Out of Stock status for the product or variation to QPilot. Products and variations that allow backorders now consistently send an InStock stock status to QPilot.
  • Fixed: Issue where Stock QTY was sending an AbsInt value for the stock level which means that the stock level was always sent as a positive number. This has been corrected so that Out of Stock and backordered products can send a negative number value for stock level.
  • Fixed: Issue with Autoship Sync was not updating the product type correctly or including the parent ID for product variations. The automatic sync process has been updated to so that product type synchronizes consistently and includes the parent ID for product variations.

  • New Actions! The following New Actions have been added:

    • autoship_after_print_product_custom_fields action has been added to the autoship_print_product_custom_fields() function in src/product-page.php to allow developers to extend the Autoship Options on the Edit Product screen.
    • autoship_after_print_variable_product_custom_fields_group action has been added to the autoship_print_variable_product_custom_fields() function in src/product-page.php to allow developers to extend the Autoship Options on the Edit Product > Variations tab.
    • autoship_after_print_variable_product_custom_fields action has been added to the autoship_print_variable_product_custom_fields() function in src/product-page.php to allow developers to extend the Autoship Options on the Edit Product > Variations tab.
  • Improved Filters: The following Filters have been improved:

    • autoship_total_product_summary_data action has been improved in the autoship_get_product_sync_summary() function in src/products.php to include a new summaries parameter that allows developers to use the QPilot API response in functions filtering the summary data.
    • autoship_total_variation_product_summary_data action has been improved in the autoship_get_product_sync_summary() function in src/products.php to include a new summaries parameter that allows developers to use the QPilot API response in functions filtering the summary data.

1.2.39

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  • Improved: Updated the API Health Check notification within WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings to show “UnHealthy” if any API tests return an unexpected error. This ensures that site owners are aware of errors that their site returns when an API request is made.
  • Improved: Scheduled Order Attribution data has been expanded to track how many Scheduled Orders are expected to be created from an Autoship Checkout versus how many are actually linked to the WooCommerce Order.

  • Fixed: The Autoship discount string has been updated so that it shows the recurring price instead of a “0” when a recurring price is entered and no checkout discount price.

1.2.38

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  • New! Scheduled Order Attribution has been added to WooCommerce Order data. This enalbes merchants to quickly see when a WooCommerce Order contains products that are selected for Autoship as well as review which Scheduled Order(s) were created as a result. We’ve also added notifications that will warn merchants if a Scheduled Order was expected to be created but does not appear to be associated with the WooCommerce Order. In addition the following two functions have been added specifically to find the source of a WC Order generated by QPilot

    • autoship_get_scheduled_order_wc_source_id() function which takes the QPilot order ID and returns the ID for the original WC Order from which the Scheduled order was created.
    • autoship_get_wc_order_source_id() function which takes a WC Order ID or WC_Order object for an order generated by QPilot and returns the ID for the original WC Order from which the Scheduled order was created.
  • Improved: An alert for “WooCommerce Required” will display in the WP-Admin when the WooCommerce plugin is not active.

  • Improved: Orders.php has been organized to the same standard as product.php and product-page.php so that developers can more easily find, use, and understand the plugin functions.
  • Improved: Scheduled Order display options and active autoship cloud extensions now synchronize their settings with other site metadata in QPilot in order to better track usage of customizations and extension usage.

  • Fixed: The “!” warning badge displayed in the WP-Admin Menu (WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud) was not clearing after issues were resolved. The badge now clears and displays as expected.
    Updated support for WooCommerce 3.7

1.2.37

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  • New! Products that are activated for Autoship Sync now display a warning indicator when a product is not synchronized with QPilot within 48 hours.

  • Improved: A warning indicator will now be displayed on the Autoship Cloud menu and Autoship Cloud Products Submenu options when one or more Invalid products exist in QPilot.

  • Fixed: PayPal (Express) Checkout now does not require customers to create PayPal Billing Agreements for one-time purchases during WooCommerce checkout. Previously, the Autoship Cloud plugin was enforcing the Billing Agreement workflow regardless if any products were selected or Autoship.

1.2.36

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  • Improved: Units of measurement for WooCommerce Products can now be synchronized with QPilot when the unit of measurement is unique to a specific WooCommerce Product or Variation. The following filters are now available to adjust the unit of measurement for weight and dimensions on a product by product basis: the ‘autoship_get_mapped_product_weight_unit’ filter can be used to supply QPilot with the weight unit of measurement for a product and the ‘autoship_get_mapped_product_length_unit’ filter can be used to supply QPilot with the dimension unit of measurement for a product.

  • Fixed: Issue with the Bulk Update Autoship Recurring price action where only the first batch of WooCommerce products were updated.

  • Fixed: Updated support for WooCommerce PayPal Checkout version 1.6.16 and resolved issue where Smart Button payments were not functioning at WooCommerce Checkout
  • Fixed: Issue where selecting “Update and Sync” after editing a WooCommerce Product would cause the browser to alert users about unsaved changes

1.2.35

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  • Fixed: Resolved a ReferenceError that occurs on the Edit Product page for Non-Active products starting in version 1.2.32 which prevents the ability to Edit variations.

  • Improved: A warning modal will now be displayed when a user clicks on the “Edit” link to change the Status of a Product or the visibility of a product and that product is currently being synchronized with QPilot.

1.2.34

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  • Fixed: Resolved issue in version 1.2.32 where the Next Occurrence date was not being assigned to Scheduled Orders correctly and prevented Scheduled Orders from being created at checkout.

1.2.33

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  • Fixed: The “Update WooCommerce Product Synchronization” bulk action will now correctly Activate any products with Autoship options enabled.

1.2.32

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  • New! Product data synchronization features have been added to ensure that merchants can select which WooCommerce Products should be continuously synchronized with QPilot. Users who are updating the plugin will be prompted to run a bulk update action to ensure that only products that currently have Autoship options enabled continue to synchronize with QPilot. Running this update will help to ensure that your site can synchronize product data quickly and helps to improve general performance with data and reporting.
  • New! Autoship Cloud now displays alerts & notifications within the WordPress Admin to inform administrators about the status of Autoship Cloud Product Data.
  • New! Customer Email Notifications for specific Scheduled Order Errors have been added to QPilot Sites. These email notifications can be optionally enabled to notify customers to respond to a failed Scheduled Order.

  • Improved: Scheduled Order Lock Notification email templates can now receive basic customizations like other customer email notification templates.

  • Improved: The Autoship Cloud Products report (WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Products) now only displays Active products by default. “Active” products represent products that are actively synchronizing with WooCommerce. “Inactive” products can be displayed by enabling a new filter setting on the report.
  • Improved: The Product and Product Page related code has been re-organized and will now reside in either the products.php file or the product-page.php source files. The product-page.php file will now contain all UI related code for the product screens while the products.php file will contain all supporting functions for data retrieval, saving, and API related calls.

  • Fixed: Issue with 9 digit (5+4) postal/zip codes causing Scheduled Orders to fail when fetching USPS Carrier Rates. 9 digit postal/zip codes can still be added to Scheduled Orders but are now sent only as 5 digits to the USPS Webtools API.

  • Fixed: The “autoship_create_scheduled_order_next_occurrence” filter has been updated to correctly assign the filtered Next Occurrence date to the Scheduled Order on Checkout.
  • Fixed: Several functions were renamed to correct spelling inaccuracies.

1.2.31

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  • Fixed: Updated to include the order-address-form template file for the new Edit Shipping Address feature.

1.2.30

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  • New! Customers can now edit the shipping address of a Scheduled Order directly using the Native UI display option in My Account > Scheduled Orders. This enables a customer to have Scheduled Orders addressed and delivered to different locations. Previously, this was only possible using the Embedded App display option or by updating the Shipping Address in My Account > Addresses to apply the change to all Scheduled Orders instead of one.

  • Added: Error Codes have been added for Scheduled Order Processing. This makes it easy for merchants to respond to issues that can cause Scheduled Orders to fail. The Error Codes are displayed with the Processing Result on the WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Dashboard, as well as the History Event Logs and Processing Cycles that are viewable in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Scheduled Orders. Learn more about Scheduled Order Processing Error codes here: https://support.autoship.cloud/article/543-scheduled-order-processing-errors

  • Added: The “Retry Update Order” action is now available to Scheduled Orders that failed processing because of issues with the WooCommerce site failing to respond when trying to update the WooCommerce order status. Using this action makes completing processing much simpler after resolving issues with the WooCommerce site. Learn more about this action here: https://support.autoship.cloud/article/544-how-to-use-the-action-to-retry-update-order-for-error-3001

1.2.29

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  • Added: processing cycles now show the Total amount of the scheduled order and the Total amount from the WooCommerce order for each cycle.
  • Added: the Scheduled Order by Product report now includes a column for Quantity

  • Improved: the API Healthiness Notifications have now been expanded to include and display additional details regarding the reason a REST API GET, PUT and POST request fails.

  • Fixed: Coupons with a min quantity setting are no longer invalidated during processing

  • Fixed: Export actions now function properly for reports after applying filters to the report in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Reports
  • Fixed: an issue where shipping and/or billing cities that exceeded 20 characters could cause payment methods and customers creation to fail.

1.2.28

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  • Improved: Un-checking the “Add One Time Only” checkbox on the Autoship Link Builder will now disable the minimum and maximum cycles fields, excluding the cycles from the generated link.

1.2.27

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  • New! Payment Type “Other” has been added as a Payment Type and Payment Method for Merchants who need to process Scheduled Orders without processing payments with a gateway.

  • Added: Filter to change the display of the Frequency Option in the Native UI

  • Added: Filter to change the display name of the Scheduled Order globally

  • Improved: Failed Scheduled Order reasons will no longer display after a previously Failed Scheduled Order’s status is updated.

  • Improved: The Autoship Orders endpoint will now check that the WooCommerce REST API Orders Controller class exists and, if not, will return a “The WooCommerce REST API is either unavailable or not found.” WordPress Error.
  • Improved: The Autoship Orders endpoint’s permissions callback function will now use the WooCommerce WC_REST_Orders_Controller class to check for additional permissions. Previously, the callback function used the WC_REST_Orders_V2_Controller class which didn’t exist until WC v3.5x.

  • Fixed: Synchronization issue with WooCommerce Product Data that would cause some sites to update and overwrite previously synchronized Product Data due to the Order History synchronization process.

  • Fixed: Using the Native UI Display for Scheduled Orders, an error would display to customers viewing only one Scheduled Order in My Account > Scheduled Orders in the case where the Scheduled Order was created after other Scheduled Orders were deleted.
  • Fixed: The Edit Payment Method Form displayed in the Native UI will now be correctly displayed when the Edit Payment Method button is selected within the Scheduled Orders screen. Previously, starting in version 1.2.25, the Edit Payment Form was hidden for any Scheduled Orders with one or more scheduled items.
  • Fixed: The Trust Commerce payment gateway integration will now save the payment token in the Gateway Customer ID field and set the Gateway Payment ID field to NULL on Scheduled Orders created at checkout. Previously, the two values were flipped causing an error during payment processing.

1.2.26

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  • New! A custom endpoint has been added that helps prevent order duplication and interference arising from other plugins hooked into the WooCommerce Orders REST API. QPilot will now check for an existing WooCommerce Order using the new endpoint prior to hitting the WC_REST_Orders_Controller – previously, QPilot would hit the Create Order endpoint and then check for duplicate orders.

  • Fixed: Issue with the Native UI display where viewing a single Scheduled Order in My Account > Scheduled Orders would also display additional templates

1.2.25

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  • New! When an item on a Scheduled Order is restricted by Min and Max Cycle values, the item is displayed to customers with text that explains how many times the item will be included on their Scheduled Order. For example, “One Time Only” or “Two Times Only”, etc.
  • New! When no items exist on a Scheduled Order, the Native UI option to display Scheduled Orders now presents a message to the logged in Customer that prompts them to Add an Item, Pause the Scheduled Order or Delete the Scheduled Order
  • New! A bulk action to update Product Availability settings for all Simple Products and Variations is now available in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Migrations
  • New! A bulk action to enable all Simple and Variable Products and Product Variations to display Autoship Schedule Options is now available in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Migrations

  • Improved: The Native UI option to display Scheduled Orders now displays the full Scheduled Order to the logged in Customer (within My Account > Scheduled Orders) instead of a summary of all Scheduled Orders when only 1 Scheduled Order exists for the customer.

  • Fixed: the WC Autoship CSV Export now exports the correct value of “Days” for Frequency Type and no longer populates a value for Cycles

  • Fixed: issue with Autoship Cloud > Coupons that was causing coupons to not apply when using a minimum quantity condition

1.2.24

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  • New! WooCommerce Order Notes are now updated by QPilot’s Scheduled Order Processing Engine in order to provide maximum visibility into successful and failed processing events for Scheduled Orders.

  • Improved: When a Scheduled Order fails due to payment, the WooCommerce Order Status is updated from “Pending Payment” to “Failed”.

  • Fixed: an issue where non-autoship orders created through the WooCommerce REST API could fail creation.

1.2.23

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  • Improved: the Cart Totals will now be recalculated when the Scheduled Order is changed in the cart. Previously, the totals were not recalculated which might not allow other plugins to be notified of a price change.

  • Fixed: malformed HTML on the Autoship tab under the WP-Admin > Products >> Product Data screen which could cause layout issues for custom tabs added after Autoship Cloud.

1.2.22

  • New: The Scheduled Order Metrics report is now available in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Reports >> Scheduled Order Metrics. This report displays important Scheduled Order performance data and can be exported as a CSV for further analysis and marketing workflows.
  • New: Autoship Link Builder is now available for Simple and Variable Products. This helpful tool makes it easy to generate a URL link for adding Products and Variations to the Cart and to existing Scheduled Orders. You can display this form by editing a WooCommerce Product in WP-Admin > Products >> Product Data >>> Autoship (tab)
  • New: Customers can now see an item that is added as a one-time purchase to their next Scheduled Order in My Account > Scheduled Orders.
  • New: Added a new field to WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings to enter text/html into the “Scheduled Orders Header Message”. Content entered into this field is displayed above all content in My Account > Scheduled Orders
  • New: Added a new field to WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings to enter text/html into the “No Scheduled Orders Body Message”. Content entered into this field is displayed in My Account > Scheduled Orders when no Scheduled Orders exist for the customer.

  • Improved: the autoship.pot file has been updated to include all of the text strings added to the Native UI WordPress Templates
    Fixed an issue where Autoship Cloud Coupons were not always applied when processing a Scheduled Order.

1.2.21

  • Fixed: Bulk Update actions for enabling Autoship Options on Product Pages to correctly enable the option on Variable products. Previously, the wc_get_products function was used which was preventing all variations from getting processed.

  • Updated: The Bulk Update descriptions, completed and processing statements to better communicate which of the product types ( Simple, Variable, and Variation ) will or have been processed for each action.

1.2.20

  • Improved: the query used to calculate the total number of simple, variable, and variations that will be batch processed to better handle larger data sets.

1.2.19

  • New: The Bulk Update actions found in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Migrations have been completely replaced with forms that allow admins to define batch processing size in addition to the changes they are updating in bulk.
  • New: Bulk Update actions for Autoship Checkout Price are now handled separately from Autoship Recurring Price.
  • New: Bulk Update actions for enabling or disabling the display of Autoship Options on Product Pages.

  • Improved: The CSV Export of WC Autoship data is now more efficient and does not include the Product Description field since this is not required for import and will synchronize with the WooCommerce Product data anyways.

1.2.18

  • New: Scheduled Orders now create & assign a unique processing ID to WooCommerce Orders for each Scheduled Order processing cycle. The unique processing ID is used to make updates to the WooCommerce Order during processing as well as updating incomplete WooCommerce Orders resulting from failed processing events.
  • New: Processing Cycle Logs have been added to Scheduled Orders so that after a Scheduled Order processes, detailed results of the transaction can be reviewed from WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Scheduled Orders as well as WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Dashboard

  • Added: the Native UI now includes a delete action for Scheduled Orders from the My Account > Scheduled Orders screen and My Account > Edit Scheduled Order screen.

  • Added: the Native UI now displays a Tax total line. When Scheduled Orders do not include tax, the value of the total will display a “Tax TBD” placeholder.
  • Added: an Additional Filter on Native UI Scheduled Order check
  • Added: an Additional Filter on Variation Autoship Discount Information
  • Fixed: scheduled orders will now only be locked when within the lock duration window. Previously, some scheduled orders might show locked when within double the lock duration length of the Next Occurrence date.

1.2.17

  • New! WordPress Admins can now display an “Origin” column on the WooCommerce > Orders report that displays the Scheduled Order ID that originated the WooCommerce Order. This column is sortable and optional to enable.
  • New! Scheduled Orders now include new statuses of “Queued” and “Processing” in order to more easily track the events that lead up to processing Scheduled Orders. These statuses are filterable in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Scheduled Orders
  • New! QPilot’s USPS integration will now offer a”Usps International” rate option for Autoship Cloud Shipping Rates.
  • New! Payment methods can now be updated by Customers for “Locked” status Scheduled Orders in My Account, so that customers can resolve payment issues themselves.

  • Improved: Custom Number frequency can now be used for the “Weeks” Frequency Type. Previously, only 1 to 4 weeks were available frequency options when editing Scheduled Orders

  • Improved: Actions to update existing Scheduled Orders with payment and shipping address data will not display for users that have no Scheduled Orders
  • Improved: WooCommerce customers that do not yet exist in Autoship Cloud will be added when visiting My Account > Scheduled Orders

  • Added: The Native UI that displays Scheduled Orders to customers in My Account > Scheduled Orders now handles the Lock Duration option

  • Added: The Native UI now provides a class to uniquely style and display items that are “Out of Stock” so that customers are aware when viewing/editing their Scheduled Order
  • Added: The Native UI now displays a notification to customers in My Account > Scheduled Orders when a Scheduled Order fails to process that includes the reason for the failure.

  • Fixed: The CSV Export action in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Migrations now correctly includes all product properties

  • Fixed: Minor issue where WordPress Admin users could only select the “Native UI” option by selecting the radio button itself within WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings. Now the entire text area is selectable as well.
  • Fixed: The Locked Customer Email Notification Template now correctly displays “TBD” for tax subtotal when no tax rate is applied to the Scheduled Order
  • Fixed: Several minor styling issues have been updated with Customer Email Notification Templates.
  • Fixed: Rounding issue occurring with some Stripe payments

1.2.16

  • New! Merchants can now remove unwanted payment methods from Autoship Cloud > Customers so that they no longer appear on a Customer’s Scheduled Order(s)

  • Fixed: issue where a 0 value would appear on a product’s autoship frequency after removing an autoship option that was set as a default selection

  • Added: Scheduled Order failure reason will now display as an alert on the Native UI template for Scheduled Orders

  • Added: Actions to pause and resume a Scheduled Order now appear on the Scheduled Order details screen for the Native UI template

1.2.15

  • Fixed: an issue where payment results where not reflected on the WooCommerce order.

1.2.14

  • Enhanced the WooCommerce order creation mechanism to prevent duplicate orders creation on retries due to timeouts and other site issues.

1.2.13

  • New! Autoship Cloud > Settings now display as individual tabs for “Connection Settings”, “Options” and “Extensions”. The Extensions tab displays custom plugin add-ons that extend, modify, and customize your Autoship Cloud and QPilot integration
  • New! Specific capabilities can now be assigned to the Autoship Cloud Admin Page and Sub Pages using new security filters to allow for non-administrators access.
  • Improved: the Autoship Cloud > Settings page no longer displays a “Connected WP-Admin User” before setting up a connection with QPilot
  • Fixed: updated the display of Autoship Options in the cart so that users can select the text next to the Autoship’s radio button option
  • Fixed: text errors in the Autoship Label on Product Pages and the update shipping options text in My Account > Addresses

1.2.12

  • Improved: The templates cart/schedule-options.php, product/schedule-options.php and product/schedule-options-variable.php have been updated with additional filters and actions so that the labels, content, and look of all Autoship Options can be customized and extended by developers.
  • Improved: The jQuery code used to default the Autoship options based on the ‘autoship_default_product_schedule_options_choice_value’ filter has been updated to work for Product templates loaded via ajax like in many theme’s Quick View features.
  • Fixed: The function that retrieves the Autoship Recurring Price from a product’s metadata has been updated to return a NULL when the value is set to a string. Previously, the function would return the string which could be converted to a 0 unintentionally.

1.2.11

  • New! Customers can now apply changes to Shipping Address to all Scheduled Orders from My Account > Addresses
  • New! Customer can now apply a saved Payment Method to all Scheduled Orders from My Account > Payment Methods
  • New! Support for the WooCommerce TrustCommerce gateway
  • Improved: Re-organize & Re-built the Payment Method code to better handle the two main types of Gateways, Standard WooCommerce Token gateways and Non-Standard Skyverge Framework Gateways.
  • Improved: Character limitations for product image URL and company names have been increased to reduce errors with the Import WC Autoship Schedules action
  • Added: Documentation and inline comments to the Payment Method code for better maintainability and extendability.
  • Updated: the Native UI option now uses the WordPress Transients for caching the WooCommerce Product list instead of the PHP Sessions. This helps mitigate issues that may arise on hosting setups which don’t properly support Sessions.
  • Updated: the Native UI Caching functionality now applies for both orders and Products to be extendable / modified to use custom caching setups. This includes the addition of custom functions to help manage, adjust, extend, and use the cache functionality.

1.2.10

  • Added new supporting code for AddItemsToNextScheduledOrder endpoint and the GetNextScheduledOrder endpoint for example, these can be used to add a product and quantity to an upcoming scheduled order directly from a product page
  • Updated the class name on the simple product screen for the autoship price to use the same class as that of the variable product to maintain consistency and style
  • Updated the Create Order functionality to use the order id for the OriginalExternalId field. Previously, this used the Order Number which could be customized and in some cases too large for the upsert
  • Increased the character limit accepted for OriginalExternalId to support up to 40 characters
  • Added Scheduled Order data to Product Meta Data on WooCommerce Orders
  • Added support for including the Company and Phone number fields on Scheduled Orders and Updated Customer information. The Company field is populated from the Shipping information and the phone number from the billing information
  • Added functions devs can use to see if a user is a) autoship_is_active_autoship_customer in that they exist in QPilot and b) autoship_customer_has_scheduled_order which can be used to see if a customer has a scheduled order

1.2.0

  • New! Native UI option to display scheduled orders in My Account using wordpress templates. Enable this option in Autoship Cloud > Settings > Additional Options.
  • New! Autoship Cloud Dashboard page. Use the Dashboard to view recent Scheduled Order processing events. Additional KPI’s and reporting coming soon.
  • Added: Autoship Cloud coupons can now be added, removed and managed by customers in the hosted Autoship Scheduled Orders iframe.

1.1.32

  • Fixed issues caused by customized order numbers in WooCommerce by referencing WooCommerce Order ID instead of Order Number
  • Improved theme support for templates that implement ajax add to cart

1.1.31

  • Updated Embedded Scheduled Orders App to include Featured Products enabled for Add to Scheduled Orders in the products display
  • Improved CSV Export for WC Autoship migrations to work consistently
  • Fixed Autoship options for WooCommerce Products so that product availability is not dependent on enabling Autoship Options on product pages
  • Additional improvements in preparation for the version 1.2 update that will introduce a new My Account experience using native WordPress Templates!

1.1.30

  • New! QPilot email notifications can now be sent using your own email account. Setup and verify your sender email now in your QPilot Site Settings.
  • Improved display of Scheduled Orders in My Account for browser compatibility with Safari and Microsoft Edge
  • Fixed issue causing time information to not display in Safari browser
  • Fixed issue with Paya V1 payments that was causing GUID values to store in the incorrect field.

1.1.29

  • Fixed issue that was preventing the creation of orders since a file reference was broken

1.1.28

  • Fixed issue causing Autoship options to be selected incorrectly

1.1.27

  • Added the ability to disable specific varitiations from displaying Autoship Options
  • Updated and enhanced the Autoship Order functionality for better expansion, maintainability, and customization. This includes documenting the functions, adding additional filters, splitting functionality into individual functions and moving the Create Orders functionality out of the Checkout file/functionality and into a new separate file.
  • Fixed issue that was preventing the creation of unique scheduled orders when different frequent frequencies were selected at cart and checkout
  • Updated the external id ( OriginalExternalId ) sent for each Autoship order from WooCommerce checkout. This is now a unique string consisting of the wc prefix followed by the woocommerce order id, then Frequency and finally Frequency Type connected using an hyphen. ( ex. wc-181-3-Months )
  • Improved autoship price display functionality on product pages. Basically the js code couldn’t always find the html price element for variable products and so it would add it which could cause the discounted price and regular price to be displayed at the same time

1.1.26

  • New feature added for API Healthiness Notifications that will alert wordpress administrators if their WC REST API can successfully respond to GET, PUT and POST requests
  • New payment integration added for Paya for WooCommerce (Version 1 API)
  • New functions, filters, and actions have been added to the payments integration functionality that allow the supported gateways in Autoship to be extended by developers. This includes adding payment methods and removing payment methods. The new functions are autoship_add_general_payment_method, autoship_delete_general_payment_method, autoship_delete_tokenized_payment_method, autoship_add_tokenized_payment_method, and the autoship_gateway_id_types functions.
  • New filter hooks added include the autoship_extend_gateway_id_types filter that can be used to extend the gateway ids and method types supported, the autoship_add/delete_tokenized_payment_method_gateway_id, autoship_add/delete_tokenized_payment_method_extend_gateway_types which can be used to extend the gateway ids and method types available to the delete and add payment method in Autoship.
  • New action hooks added include the autoship_add_tokenized_payment_method_extend_gateway and autoship_remove_tokenized_payment_method_extend_gateway which fire directly before the generic Autoship add payment method and remove payment method functions to allow for custom methods to be fired.
  • Fixed the inclusion of support for XL WooCommerce NMI Gateway payments plugin
  • Fixed the Scheduled Orders menu link in My Account

1.1.25

  • Added new autoship functions and filters to the plugin for better extendability and customization.
  • Added new autoship filter enabling the selection of the Autoship option on Product Pages as a default option
  • Changed the function autoship_get_product_ids to use the term slug instead of the term name
  • Updated product page templates to display Autoship Checkout Price in place of regular or sale price when an Autoship frequency is selected on a simple or variable product page
  • Improved multiple autoship functions used within the plugin for speed, modularity, and reusability.
  • Fixed an issue where an unhandles exception during guest checkout caused an error
  • Fixed an issue causing some custom frequencies to not qualify for Autoship Free Shipping

1.1.24

  • Added support for XL WooCommerce NMI Gateway payments plugin
  • Fixed issue where some theme builder extensions would not display the Scheduled Orders menu link in My Account correctly
  • Improved synchronization of WooCommerce customer data fields with QPilot

1.1.23

  • Improved handling of product variations to include switching between simple and variable product types
  • Improved Autoship Free Shipping option to enable and disable in shipping zones
  • Improved Autoship options within WooCommerce Product Data

1.1.22

  • Fixed bug that prevented the creation of new product variations

1.1.21

  • Improved display of Autoship Options when editing WooCommerce Products
  • Fixed issue preventing new variable product creation
  • Fixed issue that caused some themes to display unwanted debug messages for shipping methods

1.1.20

  • New: View Autoship Cloud Availability Settings within WooCommerce Products
  • New: The Embedded Scheduled Orders App now has additional features to improve loading and searching products
  • Improved: Bulk Enable Products for Autoship actions have been simplified to a) Enable Al Products for Autoship and b) Enable All Products for

1.1.19

  • New option to offer free shipping when a product selected for Autoship is in the cart
  • New option to enable/disable display of coupons on the embedded scheudled orders app
  • New event log report

1.1.18

  • removed unnecessary text
  • a new build of the embedded My Account UI

1.1.17

  • temporarily disabled availability settings synchronization to QPilot
  • option to display order note on the embedded My Account UI

1.1.16

  • improved bulk update to apply a percent discount for autoship products so that prices are updated in batches

1.1.15

  • fixed embedded scheduled orders app to respect product availability for child products

1.1.14

  • added Autoship cloud availability settings to WooCommerce Product Data
  • added export WC Autoship Schedules to CSV option as a fallback for upgrade migrations
  • improved Embedded My Account UI to utilize Autoship Cloud product availability settings
  • fix calculation for Bulk Update Autoship Discount

1.1.13

  • added CSV export for WC Autoship migrations

1.1.12

  • fix for Cybersource to pass correct payment id when adding payment methods via My Account
  • minor improvements to the migrations page

1.1.11

  • New: PayPal Express Checkout Smart Buttons can now be enabled for use with Scheduled Orders
  • Added: Cybersource payment integration now supports Adding and Deleting payment methods to and from Scheduled Orders
  • Improved: WC Autoship migration script will now log an error when deleted products are not able to be migrated to Autoship Cloud Scheduled Orders

1.1.10

  • New report: Scheduled Orders by Product
  • New script: Enable Autoship on all products
  • Fixed: Issue where PayPal Express Checkout was causing an error on redirect

1.1.9

  • Customer-provided notes are sent when Scheduled Orders are processed

1.1.8

  • Improved Settings Page
  • Updated Scripts for Migration
  • Updated Scripts for Bulk Pricing Updates
  • New template logic for Autoship Checkout and Autoship Recurring Price
  • Increased Character Limits for Address Fields
  • New Feature to limit changes to upcoming orders if within X days of processing

1.1.7

  • Fixed bug with payment method migrations

1.1.6

  • Minor bugfixes

1.1.5

  • Styling issues on embedded Angular app
  • Out of stock now displayed on Angular app
  • Frequency not compatible now displayed on Angular app
  • Warning on items that will be removed in X cycles

1.1.4

  • Fixing issue with product availability

1.1.3

  • New: Sync Product and Customer Data on Update
    • Now when wordpress admins add or update data for customers and products, the data is synchronized to Autoship Cloud on update.
  • Fixed: Zero Total Quantity Scheduled Orders will not process
    • Scheduled Orders that contain a total quantity of 0 items will not process
  • Added: Next Occurrence date (needs review)
    • Function for next occurrence calculates
  • Improved: Autoship Cloud Settings Page
    • Cleaner organization for the settings found in WP-Admin > Autoship Cloud > Settings
  • New: Autoship Cloud Coupons added to My Account > Scheduled Orders UI
    • Merchants can now share Autoship Cloud Coupons with customers to add to their own Scheduled Orders
  • Added: Max Cycle for Autoship Cloud Coupons
    • Merchants can now set a coupon to expire after X cycles
  • New: Option to lock all Scheduled Orders to prevent customer changes within X days of processing date
    • QPilot Merchant Sites now offer an option to “Lock” all Scheduled Orders relative to their Next Occurrence Date.
  • Fixed: Removed javascript errors within wp-admin

1.1.2

  • Bug fixes.

1.1.1

  • Bug fixes.

1.1.0

  • Added upsert method to send WooCommerce Order ID at checkout preventing duplicate Scheduled Order creation
  • New My Account Scheduled Orders UI option: uses an app embedded within the Autoship Cloud plugin in place of the hosted iFrame.
  • Added support for add/delete for Stripe, Braintree, PayPal Express and Authorize.net CIM Payment Methods
  • New Settings Page
  • New Coupons Page for Autoship Cloud
  • Improved Migrations script

1.0.24

  • Stock quantity now being synchronized as well as stock status

1.0.23

  • Fixed issue that sometimes occurred when updating the cart

1.0.22

  • Synchronizing stock status to QPilot Cloud
  • Improved UI for disabled items in the scheduled orders (both merchant- and customer-facing)

1.0.21

  • Added a new reports menu item.

1.0.20

  • Search for QPilot customer when no reference is found.

1.0.19

  • Force save payment for Braintree PayPal checkout.
  • Improvements to admin UI.

1.0.18

  • QPilot widgets styling.
  • Implement Autoship Recurring Price for future orders at checkout.
  • Truncate QPilot Product fields to max lengths.

1.0.17

  • Add 20 second request timeout to QPilot client.

1.0.16

  • Add settings field ‘Product Message’.

1.0.15

  • Bug fix for json_decode in admin messages.

1.0.14

  • Bug fixes.

1.0.13

  • Bug fix for variable product page.

1.0.12

  • Add Cart Upsell feature.
  • Update admin templates.
  • Migrations bug fixes for import WC Autoship schedules.
  • Updates for WooCommerce Stripe 4.

1.0.11

  • Add frequency settings for products.
  • Add bulk update feature for discounts.

1.0.10

  • Bug fix for WooCommerce API keys.
  • Add admin translations.

1.0.9

  • Removed stray jquery file.
  • Sanitize settings values with sanitize_text_field().
  • Improved translation support.

1.0.8

  • Updates for OAuth 2.0.
  • Translation support.