Recurring Orders Version 1.9.5 was launched on October 11, 2016. The changes are outlined here.
- You can now Allow Subscribers to Change Their Next Order Date in Recurring Orders.
- Admins can now view and Update Order Notes Left on a Recurring Order.
- Store owners can now Collect Email Addresses with Recurring Orders, automatically adding customers into Shopify's "Accepts Marketing" customer group.
- You Create a Custom Recurring Orders Checkout Message which can be used to insert text or links, like a "Terms and Conditions" link for example.
- We now support Moneris (Canada) and Conekta, two new payment gateways. This supports both potential Canadian users of the app and Mexico-based users as well.
- You can now provide the app with a different email address to receive Recurring Orders admin email notifications at. You can send your customer service emails to subscribers from another email address.
You can now use Product Options and Recurring Orders to successfully sell recurring gifts and prepaid subscriptions, the line properties attached to the Product Options gift/prepaid product will display in the Shopify order summary. Previously all gift and prepaid subscriptions behaved identical to Single Product Mode (which is currently not compatible with Product Options), and Product Options line properties were not passed through to the order in Shopify when it generated. This has been fixed.
Now if changes are made to a product's vendor or SKU information, this will be updated in our product validation batch so the product information will be updated, or the products will register in the "Manage Deleted Products" feature of Recurring Orders.
We now log all product deletions, "Add to Existing Subscription" product additions, and changes made to next order date in the "Customer Log" feature of the app. These changes can now be viewed when editing a customer's subscription.
We now validate customer email addresses in the recurring checkout, prior to attempting a charge on the payment gateway. This will cut down on attempted (failed) purchases needing to be automatically refunded to the gateway if Shopify rejects the order.
Subscribers can now fully delete a product from their subscription. If they'd like to leave the product, to easily add more quantity of it in the future, they can also alternatively set the product quantity to 0, leaving the product displaying, but will not populate in their order.