QUOTATION DOCUMENTATION

Quotation emails

To configure ‘Quotation Request For Quote‘ related emails visit WooCommerce > Settings > Emails.

In Woocommerce email  table, you have these request for ‘Quotation Request For Quote‘ email templates:

  • Customer request
  • Admin request
  • Send proposal
  • Remind proposal
  • Admin proposal declined
  • Admin proposal accepted
  • Customer proposal declined
  • Customer proposal accepted
  • Customer note
    Customer note emails are sent to customer when a customer add a note to a quote or order from quote detail page.
  • Admin note
    Admin note emails are sent to admin when a customer add a note to a quote or order from quote detail page.

Just like WooCommerce emails, you can enable/disable and configure ‘Quotation Request For Quote‘ related emails.

requestforquote-email-options

The request for quote plugin inherit the email options from Woocommerce settings.

Each template has options you can edit:

Enable/Disable: Enable this email notification.

Subject: This controls the email subject line. Leave blank to use the default subject.

Email Heading: This controls the main heading contained within the email notification. Leave blank to use the default heading.

Content: This field controls the content within the email notification. Leave blank to use the default content.
You can customize the content of the emails using template tags from backend.
Available template tags:

  • {site_title}, {order_number}, {order_date}, {adq_customer}, {adq_myaccount_link}, {adq_order_comments}, {adq_pay}, {adq_cf7}, {adq_request_list}, {adq_address}, {adq_accept}, {adq_reject} and {adq_order_note}

Email type: Choose which format of email to send. Options include:

  • Plain Text
  • HTML

requestforquote-email-settings

If using Plain Text emails, keep in mind that text fields are limited to 155 characters. If your products have long names and/or numerous variations/add-ons, the field may be truncated.