Custom Orders Shopify App
Create custom products, statuses, prices and orders. A sales rep's dream!
Install Difficulty Explained
Each app has different installation requirements. Some require no work at all, while others require a few modifications to the liquid code in your store's template.
Below is a general definition of difficulty to give you a better idea what to expect. We also offer installation services so no matter how difficult (or easy) it is to install, if you can't figure it out, don't want to try or just don't have the time, we can help.
We consider an app easy to install when it requires either NO modifications to your store's template, or a single line of code copy & pasted into your liquid files.
We consider an app medium to install when it requires a few different lines of code copy & pasted into one or a few of your store's templates.
Some of our more complex apps require a litte modification to your theme's template files. These would be considered hard to install. We recommend you use our app installation service for these apps, unless you are comfortable with liquid and HTML.
“This app has bridged a huge gap for us.”
Custom Orders Shopify App
The Custom Orders app is the only app for Shopify that allows you to create and modify products on the fly when you enter orders. Have you ever tried entering an order for a customer by going through your website and finding and adding each item to the cart? If you have, you know there are a lot of limitations! Or, what if you wanted to add a product that’s not on your website or manually adjust a price?
With its unique product selector tool, the Custom Orders app allows you to enter orders twice as fast, enter custom products and make modifications at the same time! You'll never enter an order through your storefront again. On top of all that, you can create as many different statuses as you like and trigger different email notifications when an order is changed to that status.
- Enter orders with custom or modified products created on the fly.
- Send custom emails with order details and payment links. Great for quotes or invoices!
- Allows you to completely manage your orders outside Shopify.
- Create unlimited status settings: if you sell custom products this is a must! Some examples might be "Being Built", "In Assembly", "Waiting for Parts", "Backordered" etc.
- Create orders with products that both do, and do not, exist in your store.
- Allows you to change the price, description, title, image, etc. of products while entering an order.
HOW IT WORKS
The Custom Orders app provides an interface that allows you to enter orders twice as fast, changing the price of any other product details on the fly. But most notably, you can enter totally custom products that don't exist in your store. On top of that, Custom Orders is a total custom order manage tool as well. You can create as many different statuses as you like and trigger different email notifications when an order is changed to that status.
Can you email payable invoices or quotes?
When you enter an order in Custom Orders, you have the option to complete it right there OR you can send a custom email with a payment link. When the customer gets the email it can have a summary, a custom message, the order details, or anything merged into it you like! When they click the payment link it takes them directly to the checkout page in your Shopify store with all the products in the cart ready to checkout.
Can the customer see their order status?
The Custom Order app allows you to create unlimited status settings. If you sell custom products this is a must. Some examples might be "Being Built", "In Assembly", "Waiting for Parts", "Backordered" etc.
How many different status settings can I create?
There's no limit! You can create as many different status settings as you like. You can also make each different setting send a different email to the customer when changed to something new.
Will changing the price of something for an order change it in the store?
Nope! That's one of the great things about this app. If you're selling something and want to change the price for a certain customer, it doesn't alter the original price of the item. You can raise the price if you're adding something on, or you can lower the price if you want to give a discount.