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Abandoned Carts Shown on Dashboard [VQMOD]

Abandoned Carts Shown on Dashboard [VQMOD]
Example of how it looks on dashboard
Extension Name Abandoned Carts Shown on Dashboard [VQMOD] Rating 1 2 3 4 5
License Commercial Votes 17
Price $10.00 Views 11468
Developer Adam Dudley Sales 82
Date Added 19 July 2012 Request Support
Date Modified 13 April 2014 Report extension
PEOPLE LOVE THIS MOD, CHECK OUT THE STAR RATINGS. I'M CONSIDERING ADDING FEATURES TO THIS MOD, IF I DO, THE PRICE WILL GO UP, SO BUY QUICK!!!

Do you know how many abandoned carts you've had in the last 30 days? No, perhaps you should...

This vqmod adds an 'abandoned carts in the last 30 days' on the dashboard near the 'total sales' etc.

Tested and working on 1.5.3, 1.5.4 and 1.5.5 and 1.5.6.

This isn't the same as choosing 'missing orders' on the orders screen. This count of abandoned orders automatically excludes people who have ordered within the last 30 days as well.

For example, If someone visits your site and creates an order without payment (abandoned cart) then this counts as 1.

If this same person then returns and creates a new cart, and completes through to payment, then the count goes back to 0.

If anyone has any suggestions or comments, please let me know.

THIS IS A VQMOD, you must simply put this in your vqmod/xml folder.

VERSION HISTORY
1.0.0 - Initial Release - Shows abandoned carts on dashboard
1.1.0 - Adds a 'view' link on dashboard and navigates to the abandoned carts
1.1.1 - Bug Fix - Fixes 404 file not found error. Now uses the correct HTTP_SERVER variable to get access to where the admin files are stored
1.1.1 - Tested and works on Opencart 1.5.5.1.
1.1.1 - Tested and works on Opencart 1.5.6.

New Mod IS NOW AVAILABLE

I have another module that shows you exactly WHEN and WHERE someone abandons checkout, is it when they see the shipping options on your checkout page, or the final confirmation part? Etc. etc.

HERE:
Abandoned Carts - When did your customers exit checkout?

If you need help finding it, or have a problem, drop me an email at mods@thedudleys.co
You must buy a license to download this extension click here.
Download Name Compatibility Action
APD_Admin_AbandonedCarts - Version 1.0 1.5.3, 1.5.3.1, 1.5.4, 1.5.4.1, 1.5.5, 1.5.5.1, 1.5.6, 1.5.6.1 [ Download ]

DESCRIPTION:
Places a row on the dashboard with a count of PEOPLE (email addresses) who abandoned carts
Adds a VIEW link, which shows all the carts abandoned, (there may be more carts than people
because one person can create and abandon multiple carts).

APD_Admin_AbandonedCarts-CountOnDashboardOnly.xml:
This version only modifies your dashboard code. Only shows how many abandoned carts.

APD_Admin_AbandonedCarts-FullFeatures.xml:
This version does the same as above, but also adds a 'view' link onto the dashboard.

TESTED ON FRESH INSTALLS OF:
1.5.3.1
1.5.4.1
1.5.5.1
1.5.6

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
1. INSTALL VQMOD:
Install vqmod (if you don't already have it installed) - I can do this for you for a £10 fee - email mods@thedudleys.co if you need help, but it’s very simple.
1.a. Download vqmod from here (it's free): http://code.google.com/p/vqmod/downloads/list choose the TOP item that has 'opencart' in the title (not the one that says 'stand alone' in the title)
1.b. Extract the vqmod files, copy the vqmod folder to the root folder of your website
1.c. Visit http://yourwebsite.com/vqmode/install.php to complete the installation of vqmod

2. INSTALL APD_Admin_AbandonedCarts (either Count on Dashboard Only, or Full Features) . xml files
2.a. Copy the APD_Admin_AbandonedCarts-FullFeatures.xml script to the/vqmod/xml folder of your website using your ftp client or file manager
2.b. Visit your administrator dashboard of your website, notice the additional line detailing abandoned carts.

VERSION HISTORY:
1.0.0 - Initial Release - Shows abandoned carts on dashboard
1.1.0 - Adds a 'view' link on dashboard and navigates to the abandoned carts
1.1.1 - Bug Fix - Fixes 404 file not found error. Now uses the correct HTTP_SERVER variable to get access to where the admin files are stored
1.1.2 - Removed some un-needed code in the CountOnDashboardOnly, so that fatal error dosn't occur if both xml files used

TROUBLESHOOTING:

Q. I get two lines on my dashboard showing abandoned carts
A. Read the first line in this document - only use one of the xml files!

Tags abandoned carts, abandoned, dashboard, lost sales vqmod, lost orders, orders

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