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WooCommerce Integration Installation Guide and User Guide

myGDEX for WooCommerce Installation Guide

1.0 myGDEX for WooCommerce (WordPress.com)

Before you can install a plugin,
Make sure your site meets the following criteria:
  1. Your site has a Business or Ecommerce Plan
  2. You have a custom domain or subdomain using the WordPress.com name servers
  3. You are the Site Owner

Installation from Plugin Directory
  1. Go to My Site → Tools → Plugins.
  2. Search for “myGDEX for WooCommerce”
  3. You can install the Plugin using the button Install Now from the details page or click the Install Now button from the Plugins list.
  4. Activate your plugin
Install Plugins via a .zip File
  1. Go to My Site(s) → Tools → Plugins → Upload Plugin
  2. Click on Choose File to find the .zip file location on your computer and then choose Install Now.
  3. Click “Activate Plugin”

2.0 myGDEX for WooCommerce (WordPress.org)

Install the “myGDEX for WooCommerce” plugin by using one of the following options:
  1. Download the “myGDEX for WooCommerce” plugin from https://wordpress.org/plugins/mygdex-for-woocommerce/ or download from https://my.gdexpress.com/Public/plugins/WooCommerce/myGDEXforWooCommerce.zip and save it in your local computer. Do not unzip the file but upload the entire zip file. Upload the plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory on your server by clicking on “add plugin” within your WordPress admin account and select the zip file. Click on install and activate.
  2. Click on “Plugins” - Add New on your WordPress admin account. Search for “myGDEX for WooCommerce” in the keywords area. Click on install and activate.

3.0 Configuration

  1. Go to “WooCommerce” - “Setting” and click on “Shipping” - “GDEX”.
  2. Key in the “User Access Token” 4, available at myGDEX User Profile.
  3. Tick “Use user detail from myGDEX” 5. You may untick and change the sender details.
  4. Choose your default Parcel Type 6.
  5. Click “Save Changes”

1.1 WooCommerce Order Dashboard

At WooCommerce Order Dashboard you may view your orders with myGDEX shipping details.
  1. Click on “WooCommerce” - “Orders” to view and manage your orders.
  2. “GDEX Consignment” column 2 shows the Consignment ID for which you have created consignment note. Default is blank.
  3. “GDEX Shipping Estimate” column 3 shows both estimated shipping quote and quote date 5 for each order with weight.
  4. “Total weight is zero” error message 4 will be prompted if your products/goods have no weight. It is strongly advisable to enter weight for each SKUs. If no weight is entered. “myGDEX for WooCommerce” will set a default weight of 0.1 kg during consignment note creation.

1.2 Consignment Note Creation (Single Order)

You may create consignment note at WooCommerce Single Order Page.
  1. Click on the Order ID which you would like to manage.
  2. “GDEX Shipping Estimate” 1 shows the Estimated Shipping Fee based on customer shipping address.
  3. “Get Latest Quote” 2 when store owner edit customer shipping details and/or product/s and/or products’ weight.
  4. “Create Shipment Order” 3 will direct store owner to consignment creation page.

1.3 Consignment Note Creation (Bulk)

You may also bulk create consignment note at WooCommerce Order Dashboard.
  1. Tick 1 all the orders which you would like to manage.
  2. Select “Create GDEX Shipment” 2 if you would like to bulk create consignment note.
  3. Select “Get GDEX Estimate” 3 if you would like to recalculate estimated shipping fee.
  4. Click “Apply” 4 to proceed.

1.4 Consignment Note Creation (Pick Up/Lodge In)

For both single and bulk consignment note creation, you’ll need to fill up the details as below.
  1. Select “Type” 1 either “Pick Up” or “Lodge In”.
  2. For “Pick Up”, choose available “Pick Up Date” 2.
  3. For “Pick Up”, choose available “Pick Up Time” 3.
  4. For “Pick Up”, choose available “Transportation” 4.
  5. For “Pick Up”, choose if “Trolley Required” 5.
  6. For “Pick Up”, fill in “Remarks” 6 if applicable.
  7. You may change “Sender Details” 7 if required.
  8. You may change “Parcel Type” 8 if required.
  9. You may change “Pieces” 9 if required. Limit to maximum 5 pieces.
  10. You may change “Weight” 10 if required.
  11. Click “Top Up” 11 if you do not have sufficient credit.
  12. Click “Create” to create consignment note.

1.5 Print Consignment Note

You may print myGDEX consignment note from your WordPress Dashboard.
  1. Go to “GDEX” - “Consignment” 1.
  2. If you would like to print single consignment note click the “Print” button 3 of the Consignment ID.
  3. If you would like to bulk print, tick 2 on all the Consignment ID you wish to select. From the dropdown choose “Print Consignment” 4 and click “Apply” 5.

1.6 Consignment Note Cancellation

You may cancel your consignment note. The system allows you to cancel the shipment/ pick-up within 5 days from payment date, given that shipment has not been passed to GDEX/ given that pick-up has yet to be performed by GDEX or cancellation of pick-up is not on the pick-up date itself.

1.7 Pickup Cancellation

You may cancel your pickup request. The system allows you to cancel the shipment/ pick-up within 5 days from payment date, given that shipment has not been passed to GDEX/ given that pick-up has yet to be performed by GDEX or cancellation of pick-up is not on the pick-up date itself. All cancelled pickup request will be treated as lodge in to GDEX branch.
  1. Go to “GDEX” - “Pickups” 1.
  2. Click “Cancel” on the Pickup ID you wish to cancel.
  3. Note for today’s pickup 3, you cannot cancel.

1.8 Invoices

You may view your Invoice ID from WooCommerce Dashboard.
  1. Go to “GDEX” - “Invoices” 1 to view all invoices.