If it hasn’t happened yet, the day will soon come when you will need, or a customer will ask you, to offer several shipping methods, free and paid at checkout, depending on the products added to the cart.
Most people probably don’t know that you can use login and registration pages as marketing tools, but today you won’t be one of them.
The product quantity selector is usually only available on the product page and in the cart, but what if you also want to offer the customer to change the quantity of units on the checkout page?
If you are really committed to the security of your WordPress there is a fantastic method to allow access to your Dashboard only from certain IPs.
If you want to comply as much as possible with privacy regulations, such as the GDPR for example, it doesn’t hurt to make sure that you keep track of whether the customers of your online store, created with WooCommerce, have accepted the terms and conditions of your e-commerce, in case there are later complaints.
If you manage an online store and you use SKUs to manage the control of your products, inventory or whatever you need, sooner or later you are going to discover that WooCommerce by default does not allow you to search for orders by SKU.