January 14, 2020
Updated March 1, 2020
The customer page will allow you to manage the following:
Subscriptions – Cancel, Activate
Orders – Update, track
The Customer Page has 4 main parts. Each part will be described in detail in this article.
PART ONE - Customer Snap Shot Side Bar - on the left
This sidebar displays the following:
Customer Name - Which can be edited from this page by clicking the ellipses to the right of the customer name
The Customers ID and Created Date - these are system generated non editable field
Shortcut for Add as a Member and Add Notes
Customer Contact Information - all of which is editable included - Shipping Address, Phone and email.
The Address Book - This allows you to update and select a default address from any of the saved addresses for this customer. Click add or edit to get this page to appear
Wallet - This allows you to update and select as default any of the payment methods saved for this customer.
PART TWO - Subscriptions Tab
The subscriptions tab will display all subscriptions for this customer in 2 sections - Active and Inactive subscriptions.
To make changes to a subscription - click the MANAGE button in the top right of the record you wish to edit.
From the Manage Subscription Page you can process the following actions:
The next Recurring Date and Amount are prominently displayed.
Stop Subscription by clicking the big red button on the top right of their Active Subscriptions
Change the Billing Date
Change the Billing Frequency
Add a subscription Discount
Add a Discount
Change/Remove the Product
Add, Update and select a default Payment Method
Add, Update and Save Shipping Information
Additionally there is an easy to read subscription Timeline and Subscription Statistics: including Last Billing Event and Subscription Value
PART THREE - Transactions Tab
The Transactions Tab will show all of the transactions for the customer. The Order ID, Order Date, Shipping Address, Amount, Products, Status and Shipping Status are displayed.
PART FOUR - Notes
Clicking on the Notes tab will display all of the notes for all of the orders, with the most recent being displayed first.