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Enhance Order Emails with Cost of Goods Information

Managing your WooCommerce store effectively involves staying informed about order costs and profits. The Cost of Goods plugin by WPFactory offers options to display order cost and profit in the admin new order email, allowing you to have a comprehensive view of each transaction. In this article, we will guide you on how to enable this feature to enhance your order emails.

 Configuring Admin New Order Emails

To display the order cost and profit in the admin new order email, follow these straightforward steps:

1. Access Your WordPress Dashboard: Log in to your WordPress admin panel.

2. Navigate to WooCommerce Settings: Go to “WooCommerce” on the lefthand sidebar of your WordPress dashboard.

3. Cost of Goods Tab: In the WooCommerce Settings, find the “Cost of Goods” tab and click on it to access the plugin’s settings.

4. Orders SubTab: Within the “Cost of Goods” settings, you will find various subtabs related to different aspects of the plugin’s functionality. Click on the “Orders” subtab to access options related to order emails.

5. Admin New Order Email: Look for theAdmin new order email option. Check the box next to it to enable the display of order cost and profit in the admin new order email.

6. Save Changes: Be sure to save your changes by clicking the Save Changes button at the bottom of the page.

 Order Cost and Profit in Admin New Order Emails

Once you’ve enabled this feature, you will start receiving admin new order emails with detailed information, including the order cost and profit. These values provide valuable insights into the financial aspects of each order, allowing you to make informed business decisions.

By including order cost and profit in the admin new order email, you can easily assess the profitability of individual transactions and take actions accordingly. Whether it’s identifying high margin products or managing your costs more effectively, this feature empowers you with the data you need to run your WooCommerce store efficiently.


Cost of Goods Sold (COGS): Cost & Profit Calculator for WooCommerce