Integrera WooCommerce med Rule
About The Integration
The WooRule plugin integrates order and subscriber data from your WooCommerce store with the Rule Communications platform. Data is automatically sent from WooCommerce when an order event is triggered.
Additional information about this plugin can also be found on the WooRule plugin page.
Note: This article is intended for the latest WooRule version (v2.0+). For the knowledge base article based on earlier versions (v1.x), please refer to this knowledge base article.
|Event Trigger||Description||Applied Tag||Data Sent to Rule|
|Processing||Order is paid and awaiting fulfillment||OrderProcessing||Subscriber & Order Data|
|Completed||Order fulfilled and complete||OrderCompleted||Subscriber & Order Data|
|Shipped*||An order was shipped*||OrderShipped||Subscriber & Order Data|
* Note: This is a custom event trigger that will not trigger unless manually set up by the merchant.
Additional details about order events can be found in the WooCommerce documentation here.
Data fields sent to Rule
Subscriber.Number Subscriber.Street1 Subscriber.Street2 Subscriber.City Subscriber.Zipcode Subscriber.State Subscriber.Country Subscriber.Company Subscriber.Source (WooRule)
Order.Number Order.Date (datetime) Order.Subtotal Order.Discount Order.Shipping Order.Total Order.Vat Order.Currency Order.PaymentMethod Order.DeliveryMethod Order.Brands (multiple) Order.Collections (multiple) Order.Tags (multiple) Order.Products (json)
Order Products JSON Field
The Orders.Products field contains a JSON formatted array with the details of the product(s) in an order:
brand name image price vat qty subtotal
Order Billing Fields
Order.BillingFirstname Order.BillingLastname Order.BillingStreet Order.BillingCity Order.BillingZipcode Order.BillingState Order.BillingCountry Order.BillingTele Order.BillingCompany
The WooRule plugin can be added to your WooCommerce store by either searching for the “WooRule” plugin directly in the Plugins menu, or by manually downloading it from the plugin page ( https://wordpress.org/plugins/woorule/).
Once installed, a Rule API key should be added to the plugin in order to link your Rule account with your WooCommerce store.
A Rule API key can be generated and copied from the Rule developer page: https://app.rule.io/#/settings/developer
Open the WooRule plugin page, and paste the API key in the Rule API Key field. Click “Save Changes” to save the API key.