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WooCommerce Availability Notifications

WP WooCommerce Availability Notifications 1.1.5

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WooCommerce Availability Notifications enables your WooCommerce-powered website to have customize stock availability notification for in stock, low stock, out of stock, and back order. This will help your customers with an intuitive information for each product’s stock availability.

[*]Customize your product stock availability notification to an informative notification for each product in WooCommerce.[*]You can customize product stock availability notification for in stock, low stock, out of stock, and backorder.[*]You can also set this on “Variation Product”![*]Inform your customers easily with an intuitive notification message for each product.[*]Ability to set customize font colors and font weights for each notification for in stock, low stock, out of stock, and backorder.[*]NEW – Product bulk edit your products’ availability notifications.[*]NEW – Product quick edit your product’s availability notifications.[*]NEW – Variation bulk edit your product variations’ availability notifications.[*]NEW – Supports WPML-compatibility
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