Yes! This plugin is compatible with the latest WooCommerce 3.0.
Multiple Shipping Solution splits your WooCommerce orders into separate shipments if they meet different grouping criteria that you define and/or when a package reaches a certain weight limit.
When conditions apply, your customers will be presented with the multiple shipping packages at checkout and can set the shipping options for each individually, depending on your existing WooCommerce shipping configuration.
Automatically group products by either...
The plugin's built-in grouping taxonomy (good for assigning products to different vendors!)
WooCommerce Product Category (maybe you ship your t-shirts from one warehouse and hoodies from another)
WooCommerce Product Attributes (total freedom of creating your own grouping logic)
Set package weight limits
Each package has their own shipping options
Seamless integration into your existing WooCommerce cart and checkout (the plugin does not add any custom layout or styling so your WooCommerce theme will pick it up seamlessly)
What is the required WordPress version to run this plugin?
What is the required WooCommerce version to run this plugin?
Is this plugin compatible with WooCommerce 3.0+?
Will this plugin mess with any of my WordPress or WooCommerce settings?
No. Enabling the plugin leaves everything in the same state until you save the plugin options to apply your customizations. Disabling/uninstalling the plugin will leave everything as it was before you installed the plugin.
Where are the plugin options?
In the admin menu under WooCommerce – Settings – Shipping – Shipping options. You will find a section named “Multiple Shipping Solution”. To be able to see the Shipping tab you must have shipping enabled (see the option “Shipping Location(s)” under the General tab) and have enough user privileges to manage the WooCommerce settings (such as the Shop Manager user role).
How to I determine how packages are divided?
There are 4 ways to get the cart’s products to be divided into separate packages. Visit the plugin options to select which method to activate.
By the “Product Group” taxonomy. Edit a product to see a new grouping taxonomy in the sidebar named “Product Group”. You are free to create groups however you like. All products in the same group will end up in the same shipping package and thus other groups in their own packages.
By “Product Category”. This will use the native WooCommerce product category taxonomy to combine items in the same categories. So a product with the category T-Shirts will always go with other T-Shirts, etc.
By a specified “Product Attribute”. This will use the native WooCommerce product attributes to combine similar items. If for example the attribute “Color” is chosen as a grouping attribute, all items with the color “Red” will be combined into the same package.
By weight. If this option has a value, it is always applied. Also if one of the above grouping methods is active. When a combination of products reaches this limit, one or more new packages are created for the remaining items.
How do I set up a product’s weight?
Make sure the products have weight values set. To set a product’s weight, edit the product and visit the Shipping tab under Product Data.
How do I change the weight unit?
This is a WooCommerce setting. Visit WooCommerce > Settings > Products to find the “Weight unit” setting.
I don’t want to use any weight limiting
In the plugin options, set the weight limit to 0 to ignore product weight.
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Grouped by category - 2 shipping packages are created
Using a weight limit - 2 shipping packages are created