Plugin Settings

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Mainly all plugin options are integrated within WooCommerce Settings area.

Use Cache Module
The cache module will drastically increase the processing speed of all API calls, concluding on very low CPU and memory usage. Keep this setting active or inactive, depending on your preference. More details upon this functionality can be found at Use the Cache Module for API interactions This option is available through Settings > Software Licence.

Access Restriction – Grant access to licence key after payment 
Enable this option to grant access to licence keys when orders are “completed”, rather than “processing”. This prevent licence key management for not yet paid orders. The setting is available at WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Licence Products

Licence Expire
This setting control different aspects regarding expire licensing. This settings group is available at WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Licence Products

Extend Button visibility
Make available the licence Extend button a number of days before expire. Default is 10. Set to 0 for always visible.

Trigger expire reminders
Send user an about to expire e-mail message, a number of days ahead. Numbers comma separated.
e.g. 7,3 means 7 days before, 3 days before expiration.

Email Notifications
The plugin include an e-mail notification functionality which can be used to inform the users upon the expiration of a licence. The e-mails use the same system as WooCommerce internal messages, meaning they share the same layout, header and footer. Also the e-mail templates can be moved to WordPress theme for further modifications to prevent the plugin update capability. The setting is available at WooCommerce > Settings > Emails

To move the template to theme for further editing, the “Copy file to theme” button should be used.


By woocommerce-sl,posted on July 31, 2017