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Woocommerce Custom Order Statuses can be managed in >> Config >> Order Statuses.
You can add new order statuses for a better order management, in example you can add a Shipped status to mark orders as sent to the customer. Each status comes with a new email template to notify the customer about his order status. Data is stored on your website.

Woocommerce Email Templates can be managed in >> WC Email Templates.
You can edit all default Woocommerce emaul templates and the custom order statuses templates.
Also you can edit the more advanced default email template parts like order details part of an email.
In the Woocommerce Other Settings section you can manage different configurations in regards of emails like sender details, colors etc. with a preview of the email feature. Data is stored on your website.

Email Templates can be managed in >> Email Templates.
You can create new email templates to be sent to the customer which you can link with order statuses and supplier order statuses in the form of an action on the order details page or supplier order details page.
These email templates are useful in sending any information to a customer, in example an ordered product requires more information like instructions. Data is stored on your website.

Attachment Templates can be managed in >> Attachment Templates.
You can create PDF attachment templates to be attached to Woocommerce order status change and to the Email actions from order and supplier order details pages.
In the Attachment WC Subtemplates and Attachment Supplier Order Subtemplates sections you can edit the template parts like order items etc. You can also have static attachments to be attached to the emails.
You can choose to keep the generated PDFs on your server for later use, in example to save the Invoices. Data is stored on your website.

Supplier Order Statuses can be managed in >> Config >> Supplier Order Statuses.
You can manage Supplier Order statuses here, these statuses are similar to the Woocommerce order statuses and self explanatory.
In Other configurable values >> Supplier Orders Settings you can set a status as the status for a New, On Order, Cancelled and Received order. Data is stored on platform.

User Permissions can be managed in >> Account.
You can add new users that can manage the system and set permissions for different sections and actions of the system, like view orders, create orders etc. Data is stored on platform.

Logs can be viewed in >> Logs.
Actions made on the system are logged and linked with a user. The logs are kept for 2 months. Data is stored on platform.

Create Woocommerce Orders in >> Orders.
You can create new orders over the phone or in person by using the New Order button from the orders list page. You can set the order to a previous customer or create an account for the new customer also. Payment link is sent in the new order email accordingly.

Split Woocommerce Orders in >> Orders.
Orders can be split in multiple orders on the order details page. You can select quantities for products that you want to remain on the current order, everything else will be added to the new order. Splitting orders is useful when an order has too many items to be sent and more deliveries are required.

Combine/Merge Woocommerce Orders in >> Orders.
Multiple orders can be combined into one order if they were previously split or a customer made multiple orders which could have been just one.

Create PDF Invoices in >> Attachment Templates.
You can create the Invoice attachment by selecting the Invoice default template or create one as per your requirements and attach it to a WC Email or an email action. You can keep the generated invoices on your server for later use. Data is stored on your website.

WC Product Variant Images can be added in >> Products.
You can add more images to a product variant or manage the images of products in the product details page. This feature needs to be enabled in >> Config >> Other configurabile values >> Woocommerce settings >> Product Variations Extra Images.

Suppliers can be managed in >> Suppliers.
Suppliers are companies from where you buy the products that you sell on your shop. Suppliers are linked with products and subproducts. Data is stored on platform.

Subproducts can be managed in >> Sub Products.
Subproducts are product parts that you use to make products for your shop, they are not stored in your Woocommerce shop. Subproducts are linked with products and suppliers. Data is stored on platform.

Supplier Orders can be managed in >> Supplier Orders.
Here you can create orders to your suppliers that contain products and subproducts that your shop uses and sells. Supplier Orders is similar with the WC order system just the other way around. Supplier Orders manages your WC product stock and subproducts stock. Data is stored on platform.