Autonami perfectly integrates with WooCommerce and works like a charm. You'll see the WooCommerce as an option in the events:
After you select WooCommerce from the plugins, the following options will show up in the drop-down.
These are all the possible events or triggers in WooCommerce:
- Cart Abandoned
- Cart Recovered
- Orders Created
- Order Created - per item
- Order Status Changed
- Order Status Pending
- Order Item Refunded
- Order Item Stock Reduced
- Order Note Added
- New Review
- Customer Win Back
You can perform any action you want based on these events/triggers in WooCommerce. Now let's dive in and learn everything in detail.
When your user takes an action on the website or achieves a milestone, in Autonami we call it an event or trigger. It's what starts automation.
Let's look at the triggers we've got in Autonami under WooCommerce:
1.1 Cart Abandoned: Choose this event to run automation upon cart abandonment.
1.2 Cart Recovered: Want to run automation on cart recovery? Choose this event.
2.1 Order Created: To run your automation when a new order gets created.
When you select this event, there'll be 3 things that you need to specify-
2.1.1 Status of your order: Your automation will run only for the order status you select. Choose from “Completed”, “On hold”, and “Processing”.
2.1.2 End Automation if: Select this option if you want to end your automation if the customer places an order during the automation.
2.1.3 Validate order status: Choose this if you want to validate the status of the order before this automation gets executed. It means that Autonami will perform a last-minute check just before the automation gets executed to confirm if the specified order status matches the actual order status.
2.2 Order Created - Per Item: Similar to the Order Created event, just that when you select this event, you can take action based on a specific item in their order.
So, this event allows you to take item-specific actions such as adding a tag.
2.3 Order Status Changed: This event lets you take action based on the change in the status of the order.
You can choose from a list of order status - Pending payment, Processing, On hold, canceled, refunded, and more.
2.4 Order Item Refunded: When you select this event, the automation will get triggered on the successful refund of an item.
2.5 Order Item Stock Reduced: The automation will run when an item’s stock reduces below the specified threshold. You can specify that threshold (say 10) using conditional logic and then each time, the stock gets reduced, the corresponding action will get executed.
2.6 Order Note Added: When a buyer adds a special note to their order.
3.1 New Review: This event will trigger automation when a new review gets added.
4. WC Customer
4.1 Customer Win-Back: This event aims to bring back lost prospects to your store. When you select this event, you’ll have the option to specify a couple of things:
4.1.1 Customer Last Ordered Period: Specify the time period in which the customer has not purchased from you.
4.1.2 Schedule this automation to run every day at: Set a fixed time to run this automation at every day.
Apart from actions like ‘send email’, 'send data to Zapier', 'send a message on Slack', 'send SMS', 'Communicate with the CRM', and more, there are WooCommerce-specific actions.
Let’s take a look:
1. Create Coupon: This action enables you to create a coupon code and personalize its elements.
You can personalize the coupon code using merge tags (for first name and more), and also set an expiry (in the number of days) for the coupon.
2. Delete Coupon: This action will let you delete an existing coupon. You can set a delay for this action to take place.
3. Change Order Status: This action lets you update the status of an order.
You can choose from a range of statuses - Completed, Canceled, On Hold, etc.
4. Add Order Note: When you select this action, you can add a special instruction or a special note for your order for the buyer.
Let’s look at the list of available WooCommerce-specific rules to run your automation.
Here's a list of cart-related rules that you can use in your automation to make your campaigns more relevant.
You can create your abandonment sequence based on the cart total, the items in the cart, category, coupons used or not, and some more.
See the range of product-related rules that you can use to set up automations.
Here's a bunch of order-specific rules you can choose from.
The exact item, category, tags used, item count, type, price, and item stock size. You can add action based on the condition(s) met.
These are customer-specific rules that you can choose from to create your automation.
Here's a rule which you can use when someone adds a review for a product in your store.
So if the rating is below your set threshold - you may add it to Google sheet or send them an email asking for feedback.
Select from a pool of merge tags to personalize your content and make messages more relevant to your audience.
Here are some merge tags available for WooCommerce:
Apart from these, you’ll see order and customer-specific merge tags like:
Autonami deeply integrates with WooCommerce to execute actions based on the events/triggers in WooCommerce. This will make your cart even more powerful.