Call for Testing: WooCommerce for iOS 1.3

Thank you to everyone who helped test the WooCommerce app during the beta period! Now that the app is available to the public we want to make sure new releases continue to run smoothly and meet your needs. WooCommerce for iOS version 1.3 will be available soon on the beta channel.

What’s new?

  • You can now quickly switch sites without having to log out and log in again.
    • To test it, make sure that you have more than one store linked to your WordPress.com account. Then, navigate to Settings in the app (while logged in) and tap on Switch Store. Confirm that the details for the correct store appear throughout the app.
  • The name of your store is now shown as the title of “My Store” tab.
    • Let us know if there are any problems with your store name not appearing, or showing up incorrectly.
  • When adding a note or fulfilling an order fails, the message box now shows a “Retry” option.
    • To test it, open an order in the app and try adding a note or fulfilling an order when you aren’t connected to a wifi or data network.
  • Fix: Orders can now have decimal quantities.

How to join the test?

If you are already part of the beta program, check the TestFlight app on your device for updates.

If you are joining the beta community now, you can follow the instructions on how to join the iOS beta.

Where to report your feedback?

Sharing your feedback or issues is simple: just comment on this post. Add separate comments for every issue so we can reply specifically, or write one comment with all your thoughts  — up to you. And if you’re new to testing, take a look at these tips on writing great feedback.

We are aiming to gather all your feedback in the next two weeks, and close this round of testing on March 11.

Thank you!

Call for Testing: WooCommerce for Android 1.2

Thank you to everyone who helped test the WooCommerce app during the beta period! Now that the app is available to the public we want to make sure new releases continue to run smoothly and meet your needs. WooCommerce for Android version 1.2 is now available on the beta channel.

What’s new?

  • Prices will now follow your store’s currency display settings.
  • Custom order status labels are now supported, and it’s possible to filter by them.
  • We’ve fixed bugs with order notes, support, and scheduled orders.
  • We’ve fixed crashes that a small number of users were experiencing.

How to join the test?

If you are already part of the beta program, check the Play Store for updates.

If you are joining the beta community now, you can follow the instructions on how to join the Android beta.

Where to report your feedback?

Sharing your feedback or issues is simple: just comment on this post. Add separate comments for every issue so we can reply specifically, or write one comment with all your thoughts  — up to you. And if you’re new to testing, take a look at these tips on writing great feedback.

We are aiming to gather all your feedback in the next two weeks, and close this round of testing on February 25.

Thank you!

Call for Testing: WooCommerce for iOS 1.2

Thank you to everyone who helped test the WooCommerce app during the beta period! Now that the app is available to the public we want to make sure new releases continue to run smoothly and meet your needs. WooCommerce for iOS version 1.2 is now available on the beta channel.

What’s new?

  • We have made some improvements to how store stats are displayed.
  • A help button has been added to the store picker screen.
  • You can now view and share application logs. This will help track down any issues you might run into.

How to join the test?

If you are already part of the beta program, check the TestFlight app on your device for updates.

If you are joining the beta community now, you can follow the instructions on how to join the iOS beta.

Where to report your feedback?

Sharing your feedback or issues is simple: just comment on this post. Add separate comments for every issue so we can reply specifically, or write one comment with all your thoughts  — up to you. And if you’re new to testing, take a look at these tips on writing great feedback.

We are aiming to gather all your feedback in the next two weeks, and close this round of testing on February 25.

Thank you!

Call for Testing: First iOS Beta

Hi everyone! I’m Alex, one of the developers of the upcoming WooCommerce apps. After extensive research, design and development, we are ready with the first beta of the iOS app. You’re running a store, you can’t always be sitting at a computer, and frankly, some things might be done better on a mobile phone. We want to help!

What is it?

While this is the first step on a longer journey to build many of WooCommerce’s features in this companion app, this app is already providing some useful features that can make your work easier and faster – especially on the go.

  • You can view orders list in chronological order, with status and total value.
  • You can review individual orders with all the standard details, and contact users.
  • You can perform basic order fulfillment.

Coming soon

There are some features in this beta that we plan to add before the release, namely:

  • You’ll see orders and revenue statistics with time period selection.
  • You’ll get notifications about orders and reviews, and the ability to moderate them.
  • You’ll see a list of the top selling products on your store.

These are coming soon, with much more on the way so stay tuned!

How to join the test?

Just follow the instructions on how to join the iOS beta.

What to test?

Try doing these tasks:

  1. Check the list of orders and verify if it matches what you see in WooCommerce Orders on web.
  2. Try to fulfill an order on the mobile device, and confirm that everything works as expected, and that the data is changed on WooCommerce Order on web too.

Where to report your feedback?

Sharing your feedback or issues is simple: just comment on this post. Add separate comments for every issue so we can reply specifically, or write one comment with all your thoughts  — up to you. And if you’re new to testing, take a look at these tips on writing great feedback.

We are aiming to gather all your feedback in the next two weeks, and close this initial testing on August 14th.

Thank you!

Call for Testing: Second Android Beta

Hi everyone! I’m Aaron, one of the people leading the team working on the upcoming WooCommerce apps. We are ready with the second beta of the Android app. Thanks to everyone who installed the first beta and gave us feedback – it is appreciated!

You’re running a store, you can’t always be sitting at a computer, and frankly, some things might be done better on a mobile phone. We want to help!

What is it?

While this is the second step on a longer journey to build many of WooCommerce’s features in this companion app, this app is already providing some useful features that can make your work easier and faster – especially on the go.

  • You can check basic orders and revenue statistics with time period selection.
  • You can view orders list in chronological order, with status and total value.
  • You can review individual orders with all the standard details, and contact customers.
  • You can perform basic order fulfilment.

 

Coming soon

There are some features that we plan to add before the first public release:

  • You’ll get notifications about orders and reviews, and the ability to moderate them.
  • You’ll see a list of the top selling products on your store.

These are coming soon, with much more on the way so stay tuned!

How to join the test?

If you’ve already installed the first beta of the app, check the Play Store for updates.

If you haven’t helped test the first beta, just follow the instructions on how to join the Android beta.

What to test?

Try doing these tasks:

  1. Check the reported orders and revenue and see if they match what you see in WooCommerce Reports on web. Make sure to try changing the time periods between “days”, “weeks”, etc.
  2. Verify that the name of your store matches on the Settings screen.
  3. Check the list of orders and verify the “infinite scroll” works properly if you have more than 50 orders on your site.

Where to report your feedback?

Sharing your feedback or issues is simple: just comment on this post. Add separate comments for every issue so we can reply specifically, or write one comment with all your thoughts  — up to you. And if you’re new to testing, take a look at these tips on writing great feedback.

We are aiming to gather all your feedback in the next two weeks, and close this round of testing on July 31st.

Thank you!

Call for Testing: First Android Beta

For the latest call for testing, click here.

Hi everyone! I’m Davide, designer of the upcoming WooCommerce apps. After extensive research, design and development, we are ready with the first beta of the Android app. You’re running a store, you can’t always be sitting at a computer, and frankly, some things might be done better on a mobile phone. We want to help!

What is it?

While this is the first step on a longer journey to build many of WooCommerce’s features in this companion app, this app is already providing some useful features that can make your work easier and faster – especially on the go.

  • You can check basic orders and revenue statistics.
  • You can view orders list in chronological order, with status and total value.
  • You can review individual orders with all the standard details, and contact users.
  • You can perform basic order fulfilment.

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Coming soon

There are some features in this beta that we plan to add before the release, namely:

  • You’ll get notifications about orders and reviews, and the ability to moderate them.
  • You’ll see more granular statistics.
  • You’ll see a list of the top selling products on your store.

These are coming soon, with much more on the way so stay tuned!

How to join the test?

Just follow the instructions on how to join the Android beta.

What to test?

Try doing these tasks:

  1. Check the reported orders and revenue and see if they match what you see in WooCommerce Reports on web.
  2. Check the list of orders and verify if it matches what you see in WooCommerce Orders on web.
  3. Try to fulfill an order on the mobile device, and confirm that everything works as expected, and that the data is changed on WooCommerce Order on web too.

Where to report your feedback?

Sharing your feedback or issues is simple: just comment on this post. Add separate comments for every issue so we can reply specifically, or write one comment with all your thoughts  — up to you. And if you’re new to testing, take a look at these tips on writing great feedback.

We are aiming to gather all your feedback in the next two weeks, and close this initial testing on June 19th.

Thank you!

Welcome to the WooCommerce Beta Group!

Hi! We use this page to organize testing for the beta version of our Android and iOS apps. You can follow the specific instructions to join the Android beta or join the iOS beta.

How does it work? We post calls for testing to ask for feedback on specific upcoming features or releases; you can install the beta app and discuss here what you think of it. It’s easy, and it will help us to create the best possible WooCommerce experience for you!