- Support forum for the Cost of Goods Sold (COGS): Cost & Profit Calculator for WooCommerce.
- November 2, 2021 at 11:00 am #89831Bearly ApS Att: Emma WintherParticipant
I updated to the pro version 2 days ago but in woocommerce it still says “upgrade to pro” to use these extra functions. Can you help? How do I tell Woocommerce that I already upgraded? It says active in my WP F account.
Also – how do I make 2 different cost prices on the same product? 8 pieces bought for 1 price – the next 3 with 30% discount.
When I export my inventory it will only make a sum of my Regular prices – not my cost prices. I need the total sum of cost prices on my full inventory for bookkeeping.
Sincerely EmmaNovember 2, 2021 at 1:31 pm #89832ZohaibParticipant
First, please deactivate the free version of the plugin and download and install the pro version from here. Secondly, you will need to install the WP Factory Helper plugin and add the license key there, to receive automatic updates.
To set different costs on the same product you’ll need our “Products > Add stock” option. After activating it you will find a new meta box on the admin product page with two new fields: Stock and Cost. Following your example, let’s say your price for 8 pieces is 100$. In that case, you’d enter 8 in “Stock” and 100 in “Cost”. The next time, it would be 3 and 70. In the end, your new cost will be the average between the costs. Something around 92$ in that example.
Just a note, before entering the values, you’ll also have to enable the “Enable stock management at product level“.
For your third question, you need to multiply the cost by the stock? If that’s the case, please let me know if the reports present in WooCommerce > Reports > Stock > Cost of goods can help you?
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