In e-commerce, there are many situations in which products might require lead time. Items may be out of stock or could require customizations that postpone shipping. Regardless of the reason, you may find yourself fielding large volumes of emails from customers who want to know where their purchases are.
With WooCommerce Lead Time, you can minimize this issue for your online store. The plugin enables you to easily add custom lead times to your WooCommerce products, individually or globally. That way, customers can see and assess how long a product will take to arrive before making a purchase.
In this post, we’ll look at a few situations in which you may want to add lead times to your WooCommerce products. Then we’ll explain how to use WooCommerce Lead Time to do so in just three steps. Here we go!
Why You May Want to Add Lead Times to Your WooCommerce Products
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