Frequently Asked Questions for WooCommerce Order Exports
What type of files can I export WooCommerce orders to?
You can export WooCommerce orders to CSVs using any layout or delimiter, multiple versions of Excel, and custom XML feeds no matter how complex. No other plugin offers this type of flexibility.
How to export all orders from WooCommerce in Excel?
Go to All Export > New Export and select WooCommerce Orders. Set up your export columns, then change the Export Type to Spreadsheet > Excel File. You can choose either the .xls or .xlsx format. If you don't apply any filters, you will export all orders.
Can I export custom WooCommerce order data added by a plugin or extension?
Yes. Our plugin automatically detects all custom fields, categories, and tags created by any theme, plugin, or WooCommerce extension. You can export this custom order data the same way that you export regular order data.
What plugins do I need to export WooCommerce orders?
To export WooCommerce orders you will need WP All Export and the WooCommerce Export Add-On. If you want to import WooCommerce data, you will also need WP All Import and the WooCommerce Import Add-On.
How to download all orders from WooCommerce?
To download all of your orders from WooCommerce, simply run a standard export without applying any filters. If you want to export all order fields (including custom order data), simply click the Add All button in the Drag & Drop interface.
Where are WooCommerce orders stored in the database?
WooCommerce stores orders as a custom post type, which you can find in the wp_posts table. The order metada is in wp_postmeta. Note, however, that WooCommerce also uses its own custom database tables for some item data.
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