Easy Digital Downloads – Extra note(s) On Checkout

Easy Digital Downloads - Extra note(s) On Checkout


Version:1.1
Requires:3.5 or higher
Compatible up to:4.7.1
Released:06 January 2017
Downloads:33
Last Updated:06 January 2017
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Description:

This WordPress plugin is Easy Digital Downloads add-on/extension, adds ‘Extra note(s)’ textarea to the checkout screen for buyers to add notes about their order.

This plugin will…
– Adds ‘Extra note(s)’ textarea to the checkout screen
– Adds {extra_note} email tag to show ‘Extra note(s)’ data in either the standard purchase receipt or admin notifications

This plugin doesn’t have any settings/options. Just Install, Activate, and Boom!

Installation:

  • 1. Upload the ‘edd-extra-notes-on-checkout’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/‘ directory
  • 2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  • 3. That’s it!

FAQ:

Any specific requirements for this plugin to work?
Easy Digital Downlaods plugin should be installed and activated, for this plugin to work.

Is that it?
Pretty much, yeah

Screenshots:

edd-extra-notes-on-checkout screenshot 1Extra note(s) textarea on checkout screen

edd-extra-notes-on-checkout screenshot 2{extra_note} email tag

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