Gmail is the free, web-based email service from Google. Gmail's mail storage, search, and conversation features save you time and keep your messages secure.
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Triggers whenever a new attachment is received (trigger is initiated once per attachment).
Triggers when a new e-mail appears in the specified mailbox.
Triggers when you receive a new email that matches a search string you provide.
Triggers when you receive a new email in a label.
Triggers everytime you receive a new email and Starmark it within two days.
Triggers every time a new thread starts.
Triggers if a customer chooses to register for an account. This can happen during the checkout process, or via the My Account page.
Triggers when a new invoice is created.
Triggers for each line item in an order. Use this if you need the line item details from an order.
(With Line Item Support) Triggers when a WooCommerce order is paid for.
(With Line Item Support) For advanced usage. Triggers every time a WooCommerce order changes status. See the Managing Orders documentation on WooCommerce for more information.
Trigger when new product is added.
Draft a new email message(but don't send).
Creates a new label.
Draft a new email message & send it.
Creates a new coupon.
Action when a WooCommerce customer is created.
Creates a new invoice.
Creates a new order.
Creates a new product.
Updates an existing coupon.
Updates an existing customer.
Updates an existing order.
Updates an existing product.
I will start off with an introduction to Gmail and WooCommerce. The first sentence in the introduction should be short and informative about the topic of the article.
Gmail is a cloud-based web application that offers users with a total of 15 gigabytes of space to send, receive, and store their emails, contacts, attachments, and other important information. The target users of Gmail are individuals and companies who use an internet connection at home or at work to perform their daily tasks. As of February 2017, Gmail has around 1.2 billion active users.
WooCommerce is a free e-commerce plugin designed for WordPress websites. It allows online merchants to create and manage their own online shop using the WordPress platform. According to BuiltWith, it is currently the most popular e-commerce plugin for WordPress websites with over 2 million active installs worldwide.
The body of this article will discuss integration of Gmail and WooCommerce in detail. I will talk about how these two services can be integrated with each other so that they can be used simultaneously by users. I will also include a section on benefits of integration of Gmail and WooCommerce.
In order to integrate Gmail and WooCommerce, you need to install and activate the WP Google Maps Plugin on your WordPress website. This plugin enables users to add Google maps into their posts easily. Once the plugin has been installed, you can access its settings page from the menu under Tops - Google Maps or directly by visiting http://YOURDOMAIN/wp-admin/admin.php?page=wpgmapssitelocator . Here you can enter your Google Maps API key and then assign your "Business Name". Also make sure to select "Enable Custom Styles" or else you won't be able to create customized style for your map.After you have entered your Google Maps API key and assigned your business name, you can now go ahead and add your map into your posts by going to "Add Map" under "Maps" in the WordPress editor window. This will open up a new box. In it you have to enter the title of your map, a description if you wish, the address of your place, select a style for your map (you have created this during the setup phase), select the map's size, drag it around to wherever you want it to be shown on your page, adjust its zoom level if necessary, choose whether it should be centered or not, and finally click "Insert Map".After clicking "Insert Map", a new box will appear containing HTML code for your map. Just copy all of that code and paste it into your post where you would like your map to appear and save it. Now whenever somebody visits your post, they will see your map immediately.If you find it difficult to setup the WP Google Maps plugin then there are many video tutorials on YouTube which can help you out.Below is an example of how your map might look like when you're done setting it up:Now that we are done integrating Gmail into our website let us move onto integrating WooCommerce into our website as well. The process is almost identical except instead of choosing "Maps" in the WordPress editor window, you need to choose "WooCommerce Products" instead. This will open up a box similar to the one we used for Google Maps earlier. However, in this case we need to fill out more information such as the product's title, description, price, image (in case you wish to add one), product type (physical or virtual), shipping type (calculated or flat rate), tax status (taxable or non-taxable), shipping cost (if applicable), weight (if applicable), stock availability (if applicable. and finally click "Insert Product". Doing so will insert another HTML box containing coding into your post where you will need to copy all the code and paste it into your post where you would like WooCommerce product to appear.After copying and pasting all of the code from the HTML box into your post, you will notice that the product appears right beside the map that we added earlier. It is also automatically added to the cart when someone clicks on it just like how it works in an actual online shop. If you want it to be added immediately without being added to cart first then just change the value of "add_to_cart_text" from 0 to 1 in the HTML box where you copied everything from earlier. That's all there is to it! You have successfully integrated Gmail and WooCommerce on your website! :)Below is an example of what your website might look like after adding both Google Maps and WooCommerce products:
In conclusion, integration of Gmail and WooCommerce allows users to take advantage of both of these great services simultaneously without having to sign up for any additional accounts or log in multiple times. It also enables them to do things like checking their emails while shopping for WooCommerce products in their online store so that they can see if they've received any new messages while online shopping. Integration of Gmail and WooCommerce is beneficial for both parties in many ways such as improving customer service and increasing online sales.
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