- Support forum for the Cost of Goods Sold (COGS): Cost & Profit Calculator for WooCommerce.
- June 7, 2021 at 10:49 am #89666anthonyGuest
Is it possible into the order page detail to view the margin and cost of each product ?
This can help me when i make an offer price to a client by a function of quote.
For exemple, i send a cost to a client. There are 4 products into the quote , i would like see the cost and margin of this 4 product into the back office order page and also see the total of margin and total cost of good.
thanks,June 7, 2021 at 1:27 pm #89667
Under the orders tab, Order Profit section, you can Enable the Profit, Profit Percentage and Profit Margin options. These will then show on each order.June 7, 2021 at 8:27 pm #89668AnthonyGuest
thanks for your answer. But it’s an total cost information in the order page . Is there a possibility to have the cost of each product into the same order composed of several products ?
thanks,June 9, 2021 at 8:54 am #89669
In that case, under the Orders tab Admin Order Edit section, Enable the Item Cost option. You can also enable the Meta box option.
Then when you edit each order, you will see the cost per item.June 10, 2021 at 1:08 pm #89670anthonyGuest
Thanks for your answer.
-With this setup i have, in one order composed of 3 items, in the metabox:
1 total cost and 1 total profit ( i need in additionnal information the profit for each items ).
-Other question, I have the information in the metabox only when statut is validate ( create).
Is it possible to have the information before validate the statut ? ( i use an plugin for make quotation from order panel , so this plugin can help me for know the profit and make a discount to client )
thanks againJune 11, 2021 at 7:09 am #89671
The cost in the meta box will be the total cost for each order. But on the order edit page, under each line item, you will see the cost for each product.
For your second question, in the Orders tab , under the Admin Orders List Columns section you can select appropriate order statuses for which to calculate costs.
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