CartFlows: Dynamic Offers For Order Bumps & Checkout Takeover

CartFlows just released beta 2 of their extended beta process. In beta 1, they released multiple order bumps and a canvas mode. In this version, they now introduced dynamic offers for order bumps and a new checkout takeover feature for their WooCommerce sales funnel builder.

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New Features

Dynamic offers is a sales boosting feature. It allows you to make relevant targeted offers (order bumps and upsells) based on multiple data points – based on what you know about your customer. In the order bump settings you will now also find a new tab called conditions. There you can specify flexible, multiple conditions on when you want to display dynamic offers to customers.

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Checkout takeover enables you to have Card Flows replace the default checkout of your WooCommerce store. It will use the same URL configured in WooCommerce, usually “/checkout”, and will deliver a replacement checkout experience with CartFlows. As a result, there won’t be any caching issues with hosting companies anymore.

What’s next? In November, the CartFlows team will release beta 3 introducing a new modern checkout style and (hopefully) address autocomplete. Stay tuned!

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PS: CartFlows 1.8 with dynamic offers, canvas mode, and checkout takeover has officially been released on December 28, 2021.


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