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WOOEXIM – WooCommerce Product Export Import Plugin

WOOEXIM is a quick easy and essential WooCommerce product to Export & Import your store products. You can export all the products or the product according the selected category in the plugin interface to a CSV file. Exported CSV file will be stored in your WordPress site as Archive you can download it any time.

You can also import WooCommerce products from any CSV file. It supports importing hundreds or thousands of products at once. It uses ajax function for import. You can imports images via URL or local file path and imports hierarchical category structures.

Features

  • Quick, Easy & Essential Export-Import System
  • Export Data to CSV File
  • Import Data from CSV File
  • Ajax Product Import System
  • Product Export Archive & Archive Management
  • Import Product Image by URL
  • Export Product with All Meta
  • Export All Product OR from Desired Category
  • Set Featured Image
  • Import Categories and Tags
  • Import entire hierarchical (parent/child) Category structures
  • Add Categories and Tags to Products by Category/Tag Name or ID
  • Easy Export and Import Interface

WP Move Users

This WordPress Plugin allows you to quickly move users from one WordPress site to another. Its WordPress Multisite ready so the plugin even works on entire networks.

Testimonials

… I just used WP Move Users to move 1,900 users from one WordPress site to another… Great plugin!
– jgersten

Just purchased to move some WooCommerce users between sites. Moved 284 customers with no problems. Thanks for the tool.
– tangoev

Nice plugin. Worked perfect for me. I was able to move 50+ users from one site to another easily!
– imangm

List of Features

  • Export Users To export the users you have multiple options. You can export all users or choose to include or exclude specific users based on user IDs.
  • Import Users Once you exported the users on the first site you now can just paste the export code which will import the users into the new site. If your running a Multisite network you will have the option to add the users to a specific subsite, add them all to the main site or both to a subsite and to the main site.

Storage for Contact Form 7

Contact Form 7 Storage plugin stores copies of all Contact Form 7 submissions (including attachments) in your WordPress database. All form entries and leads will be stored safely even if your e-mail goes down or e-mail messages go missing or get deleted.

New in 1.4.3: Add form field names as column headers in the CSV export.

This plugin is developed and maintained by Kaspars Dambis who is a WordPress core contributor and professional WordPress consultant since 2007.

Features

All form submissions are stored in the WordPress backend in addition to being sent via e-mail. E-mail delivery is never 100% reliable and having a backup of all contact entries will ensure you never miss a lead or inquiry.

List of all contact form submissions

Export form submissions as CSV. Export all submissions or use the date and form filters to select which entries you want to export. Export also includes links to entry attachments.

CSV export of Contact Form 7 entries

Each entry also stores the following details about the submission:

  • Time and date of the entry.
  • E-mail address of the contact form recipient.
  • Subject line of the e-mail that was sent to the contact form recipient.
  • All attachments uploaded to the contact form.
  • Post or page URL where the contact form was submitted (referrer).
  • IP address, browser and device information (user-agent) of the submission.
  • Link to the setup page of the contact form that was used for submission.

Single contact form submission

Installation

  1. Select “Plugins > Add New” from the main menu in your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Select the “Upload” tab at the top of the page.
  3. Select the cf7-storage.zip file for the upload and click “Upload”.
  4. Be sure to activate the plugin once it has been uploaded.

Usage

This plugin adds a new section called “Entries” under the “Contact” menu in the WordPress dashboard which lists all of the contact form submissions in a reverse chronological order. Quick preview of each entry to avoid extra clicks.

Dropdown selectors at the top of the list provide filtering and sorting of the contact form entries by the contact form used for submission and the date of submission.

Export entries as CSV by using the “Export as CSV” button at the top of the submission list. Use the dropdown filters or the bulk action dropdown selector to select which submissions to export.

Free form text search is also available for finding a specific entry.

Reference entry ID and entry URL in the e-mails that get sent to the admin:

  • [storage_entry_id] is replaced with a unique entry ID such as 3212, and
  • [storage_entry_url] generates a link to the entry in the backend accessible only to registered users.

Please note that Contact Form 7 doesn’t support wrapping variables in square brackets [] such as [[storage_entry_id]]. Please use another set of characters (for example {} or ()).

Automatic Updates

Install the Envato WordPress Toolkit plugin to enable automatic updates of this plugin right from your WordPress dashboard. Don’t forget to specify your API key and CodeCanyon username in the “Envato Toolkit” settings page.

Requirements

  • Requires at least: WordPress 3.2
  • Tested up to: WordPress 4.0