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  1. I'm using it on motorparts.es, you can try it :)
  2. You said the right words: it could be enough, but in terms of Conversion Rate Optimization, is in the checkout process when people are more ready to increase the average amount of the cart. This are marketing and optimization questions, directly connected with the development of the website. Think that the Checkout is the last step off the funnel in sales, so is the moment we (as sellers) can play with promos, related products, limited offers... I think they are talking about this.
  3. I didn't though yet about what you're telling but I think you're right. The module per se is fine, but maybe in the future Petr wants to prepare more sections for that "upsellings" and make it a very strong module hard to compete with. The option of an extra page like in Amazon can works, I don't like specially but it could work for many people. I don't like it because it "enlarge" the sales funnel/process and it means more clicks (less sales) for many lazy people. The option I visualized as I read you is to add an extra box under the resume box, like Thrivecart and others cart system for digital products show (they are very good on CRO). Maybe this ideas/schemes help (I know is not the same structure, but maybe @datakick can think on any good option for the future). This kind of boxes usually . increase the amount average more than in simple ecommerces (marketers have studied deeply the behaviour of buyers). And maybe choosing between an extra previous page or an extra box would be perfect for all kind of sellers (of course this would increase the price of the module, is a lot of extra work, but a lot of optimization too).
  4. Hahaha, you're right, and guess what... I didn't saw that HUGE button! 😅 I was looking inside the orders, in Customers... xD Now I can create orders but I couldn't modify one, but I get a console error (I'm using 1.0.7), or maybe for modifying is on another site. Thanks for your usefull help!
  5. Hi, guys! Today one of my customer had an issue, and I remembered that a few years ago we had this option (I think, maybe I'm dreaming): It was possible to modify or create manually orders from the backoffice. Have you thought about including this funcionallity on the next TB releases? This case was, for example, they have COD payment and the majority of their customers choose this payment option. So they don't generate invoices untill the order is shipped. But in the previous states, if someone make a mistake or simply want some help in their orders, right now is no tpossible make changes, directly on the order. Just saying, let me know if you add this to the "To Do" list, please. Thank you so much!
  6. A mí me suena a error de SEO o a que falte por crear alguna miniatura. Te dejo pantallazo de lo que me aparece a mí. Por un lado he agregado una imagen adjunta, no la veo pero tampoco veo el espacio para ello (y desconozco si debe salir). Por otro lado, esta imagen "rota": seguramente falte regenerar el archivo .htaccess, o limpiar caché de TB, o la miniatura no existe en TB 1.1 y tendrías que crearla a mano. Cualquiera de esas 3 opciones son las que tienen más papeletas de ser las "culpables". Como no me sale espacio para la imagen personalizada que yo he subido, no puedo inspeccionar código, pero me da que deben estar ligados estos 2 fallos.
  7. @datakick I'm sorry if you understand I was arguying, I really had doubts and the only intention was to ask and be sure about the GRPD thing. Of course this thread is about the module, and as legal things are directly connected with checkout/payment steps, I had doubts and put my information on the table, in order to help the module to be completelly usefull for anyone and sell easier, that's all (I sold my own checkout module before, I only shared from my own experience). Btw, I supose is a good solution the extra you decided to add, Petr. I bought the module and will install on 2 more sites, so I'll use it so much 😄 Nice job, thank you!
  8. Take a look here: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-data-protection/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/individual-rights/right-to-be-informed/
  9. Well, the thing on GDPR is that we HAVE TO have records of all the actions the users do on our sites that involve ANY data. Including if your site only have a simple contact form, GDPR requires from you to have a record on what page did the user accept, which was their IP address and everything. Even they have to be able to see the history, ask for modifying or erasing their data. So the checkbox must, in someway, collect that data (I supose it is recording now, but I didn't checked).
  10. You're right, I saw it later. I bought and install the module, in fact 🙂 The GRPD has a obligation that only few people understand and apply, is like a "layer" of information that complements the checkbox, where we need to indicate wich is the purpose of collect the data, how we treat them, how the people can modify or erase them... Something like this (attached images). GRPD is more than a checkbox with the link to the Privacy Policy. Maybe I can use the translation field, but if we can give some style using it like separated info (in fact it is an "info layer"), it would be perfect.
  11. @datakickI'm ready to buy your module, I only miss one thing, but very important: GRPD check acceptance, is already integrated? Thank you so much!
  12. I'm going to try it in motorparts.es, I was just thinking on doing this!
  13. Buenas de nuevo, Carlos. Sí, artesarotattoosupplies está hecha en TB+Panda. Efectivamente hay que conocer un poco la estructura de funcionamiento del theme, no es de los más intuitivos, pero tampoco tan complejo. De todas formas los autores están trabajando ahora mismo en mejorar y recuperar algunas funciones que le dieron para PS1.7, y haciéndolo compatible con la última versión de TB. Han sacado hace 2 semanas una versión pero siguen trabajando en arreglos y mejoras. ¿Has mirado el hilo de Niara? Igual no te gusta que esté en inglés, pero allí te responderán bastante rápido casi todo...
  14. Carlos, casi todo lo que quieres, en el momento en que TB se encuentra, está en inglés. Y tampoco está todo porque es momento de expansión, de hecho Niara no hace mucho que salió. Esto va saliendo con el tiempo que aportamos los colaboradores, entiendo que hay cosas que no encuentras o no te gustan, pero ¿crees que a Victor alguien de PrestaShop le pagaba? Nope, todo lo hizo porque él quiso, hasta que se quemó y dijo "basta". Tratamos de aportar en la medida que podemos, algunos ya de por sí nos encargamos de varios proyectos a la vez, no es fácil sacar tiempo para documentar todo, mil disculpas. Respecto al importador, junto con otras herramientas importantes, están trabajando en sus mejoras, pero como te digo, todo el equipo saca esto por altruismo y en concreto esa parte requiere una inmensa atención. Yo te recomendaría usar la versión de prueba del Store Manager: la tienes gratis por 14 días y puedes manejar vía base de datos lo que necesites, para hacer exportación/importación. Justo hoy voy a hopo, pero no te quería dejar sin responder. No he tenido tiempo de probar Niara, estoy a full con motorparts.es y es todo Panda, sí. De hecho quiero probar la versión 1.1.0 y todavía no he tenido ocasión, ojalá esta semana... Justo por cosas como esta es que merece la pena que todos participemos como Patreon. Aún no se alcanza el objetivo para contratar a programadores full time con TB, si pusiéramos 10 $/mes cada uno de los que tenemos una tienda, nos daría para una buena plantilla, y hay muy buenos programadores aquí, me consta. Te sigo en el otro hilo, Carlos.
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