FAQ: Abandoned Cart Email
Yes, you will get a ready-to-use templates in the extension package. Additionally, you can create as many email template styles as you need. There are also advanced options that will make your emails even better: it’s possible to display variables like size, color, etc. as well as use format manager to display currency, dates, price and time.
Magento email notifications can be disabled automatically. For this, you need to set cancel conditions in the rule configuration. Go on reading to see the example.
Yes, each rule can be applied to all or only some store views.
Yes, you can create rules according to which coupons will be sent.
As every checkout step taken by user can be recorded in the SugarCRM opportunities/cases status, you can see at what stage the cart was left. This tool is available in the Bridge version 1.3 and higher.
Yes, you can track the shopping cart abandonment statistics. With the use of Google Analytics, you can receive Magento abandoned cart report. To see the screenshot go on reading.
Yes, sure, product images will be automatically added to the email.
Our Abandoned Cart Email module is compatible with the overwhelming majority of 3-d party extensions. But in case any issues occur - our support team will instantly help you to solve them.
The module is 100% compatible with our One Step Checkout extension.
Yes, Magento Abandoned Cart extension allows for sending guest emails to not registered visitors and visitors uncompleted a purchase.
Only one abandoned cart at a time is supported. Read on to see all the details.
One customer can recover a limitless number of abandoned carts by default. Though, using the abandoned cart settings you can restrict the number. Read on to see the settings.
Debug mode is a useful tool that allows you to check why emails are not being sent out. Please proceed to the full answer to get a step-by-step guide.
For correct work of the module you will need to set up a cron job. Read more about Magento Cron.