Posted On: 17 November 2020 By devadmin
Take a look at what the make up of orders are, how the order system works and how to create an order in the system, if you want to entirely manage your orders in the Magento system.
In the menu, to see all the orders, go to Sales > Orders. Here you will see a table of all the orders made through the website. If you click into an order, you can see further details.
As you will see when you look at the top of the order page, there are a bucnh of buttons that you can use to help manage orders. These include:
Down the left hand side, you will have a menu with different details of the order, these include:
The other thing you may want to know is how to create an order in Magento. So instead of people placing an order directly through the website, you can manually entertheirdetails into the Magento admin area. This can be ideal if you take orders over the phone and want to consolidate all your orders in a single place.
So, to create an order in Magento 2, you first need to head to Sales > Orders from the main menu. To start creating the order, use the Create Order button.
To get the ball rolling, you will need to add a customer to the order. If they have previously created an account on the website, you will be able to add them here, which will prepopulate all their details from their account in the order. If they don’t have an account in the system, you will need to create one.
Once you’ve associated a customer with the order, you will need to add the products they want to buy. You will be given shown a table where you can filter and add the products they want. You will also be able to add custom prices to any on there, if you agreed to discount any of the items.
Once you’e got your customer and order details all sorted, you can enter their payment info straight into the system.
Once this is all finalised, hit the submit button to finish and create the order in the system.
And that’s it, from this you will know a bit more about what can be found on the order details and how to add an order to the system.