This plugin extends WooCommerce by automatically setting sequential order numbers for new orders. If there are existing orders at the time of installation, the sequential order numbers will start with the highest current order number.
This plugin requires WooCommerce 3.0.9 or newer.
No configuration needed! The plugin is so easy to use, there aren’t even any settings. Activate it, and orders will automatically become sequential.
If you have no orders in your store, your orders will begin counting from order number 1. If you have existing orders, the count will pick up from your highest order number.
If you’ve placed test orders, you must trash and permanently delete them to begin ordering at “1” (trashed orders have to be counted in case they’re restored, so they need to be gone completely).
We do support our free plugins and extensions, but please understand that support for premium products takes priority. We typically check the forums every few days (usually with a maximum delay of one week).
If you like this plugin, but are looking for the ability to set the starting number, or to add a custom prefix/suffix to your order numbers (ie, you’d prefer something like WT101UK, WT102UK, etc) please consider our premium WooCommerce Sequential Order Numbers Pro plugin, which is available in the WooCommerce Store.
Interested in contributing? You can find the project on GitHub and contributions are welcome 🙂
If you’d like to make your payment gateway compatible with Sequential Order Numbers, or other plugins that filter the order number, please make one small change. Instead of referencing
$order->id when storing order data, reference:
This is compatible with WooCommerce core by default, as the order number is typically equal to the order ID. However, this will also let you be compatible with plugins such as ours, as the order number can be filtered (which is what we do to make it sequential), so using order number is preferred.
Some other notes to help developers:
If you want to access the order based on the sequential order number, you can do so with a helper method:
$order_id = wc_sequential_order_numbers()->find_order_by_order_number( $order_number );
This will give you the order’s ID (post ID), and you can get the order object from this.
If you have access to the order ID or order object, you can easily get the sequential order number based on WooCommerce core functions.
$order = wc_get_order( $order_id ); $order_number = $order->get_order_number();
You can install the plugin in a few ways:
Once you’ve installed the plugin, to get started please:
The plugin doesn’t require any 🙂 When you activate it, it gets to work right away! Orders will automatically become sequential, starting from the most recent order number.
For full compatibility with extensions which alter the order number, such as Sequential Order Numbers, WooCommerce extensions should use
$order->get_order_number(); rather than
$order->id when referencing the order number.
If your extension is not displaying the correct order number, you can try contacting the developers of your payment gateway to see if it’s possible to make this tiny change. Using the order number instead is both compatible with WooCommerce core and our plugin, as without the order number being changed, it will be equal to the order ID.
This free version does not have that functionality, but the premium WooCommerce Sequential Order Numbers Pro will allow you to choose any starting number that’s higher than your most current order number.
If you want to begin numbering at “1”, you must trash, then permanently delete all orders in your store so that there are no order numbers already being counted.
This free version does not have that functionality, but it’s included in the premium WooCommerce Sequential Order Numbers Pro.
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