CartPops Rolls Out Secondary Checkout Buttons

CartPops just announced various updates for their conversion optimized fly-out cart for WooCommerce. This includes secondary checkout buttons, an option to change shipping, and the so-called Assistant.

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New Features

Checkout Buttons
Shipping Calculation
Line Items
  • Secondary Checkout Buttons
    Due to popular demand, the CartPops team introduced secondary checkout buttons. You can choose from View cart and Continue Shopping or even enter a custom URL.
  • Change Shipping Option
    Previously, the Drawer lacked the ability to change or calculate shipping. If you are a Pro user, you can now allow your customers to edit their shipping costs directly in the Drawer.
  • Improved Line Items
    You can now fine tune line items such as subtotal, tax, and discount for instance. Simply hide or show any line item by turning it on or off in the settings.
  • The Assistant
    When a customer clicks on “Edit” in the shipping line item, a new window will show up which they call “Assistant”. For the future, they have many plans to integrate the Assistant more natively into the already existing and new features.

There is an upcoming top secret feature that they are currently working on. That’s support for variable product upsells directly in the Drawer. They are also working on the integration of third-party WooCommerce plugins and improved popup and bar triggers.

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