- Support forum for the Maximum Products per User for WooCommerce.
- March 23, 2022 at 10:43 am #100909PeterParticipant
How can I set a product limit that applies only to the current cart? For example, if a customer adds a product to a cart, they cannot add that product again to the cart. This would force them to complete the purchase having only one occurrence of that product in their cart. Once they complete the purchase and the transaction is done, and their cart is empty, they can once again add that product to their cart. I already purchased your plugin All in One Product Quantity for WooCommerce Pro and with that, I have set a printing product the customer can order with a min qty of 200. So the order would look like this in the cart:
Postcard Version A – QTY – 200
I want to make sure the customer cannot order Postcard Version A again in the current cart. I need them to complete the cart purchase that already contains Postcard Version A and when they have completed that purchase, they can go back to the shop page and order Postcard Version A again.
Hope that makes sense,
ThanksMarch 23, 2022 at 12:29 pm #100910ZohaibParticipant
I think our plugin Order Min/Max amount for WooCommerce would be better suited in this case.
You would set the minimum quantity as 200 and the maximum quantity as 200 also, for Postcard version A. With that plugin, you can also set the default add to cart quantity as 200.
But you will have to be careful with the message in the frontend to the user. You would need to explain to the user they need to order 200 pcs in one order.March 23, 2022 at 3:29 pm #100911PeterParticipant
Thanks for the response. However, our clients can order up to 5,000 Postcard Version A. So I was looking for a way to just limit one Postcard Version A to the cart at any one time. Our customers are made aware of the min qty.March 24, 2022 at 8:54 am #100912ZohaibParticipant
I may not have understood your requirements clearly, but in that case, would you not simply set the minimum purchase quantity as 200 and the maximum as 5000?
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