Magento 2 Preferred Delivery Time Extension allows your customers to choose the desired delivery date and time while they place their order.
In an eCommerce website, the estimated delivery time is normally between 3 to 4 days. There is no confirmation as to which date and at what particular time would the product be delivered. A customer can only assume and hope to get the order at the desired time.
To enhance the shopping experience of such customers, you can install the Magento 2 Preferred Delivery Time extension and provide your customers with the option to choose the desired delivery date and time.
1. Specify the minimum delivery gap between the order placement date and preferred delivery date.
2. Set the delivery time [Start time and End time]
3. Set up multiple time slots for delivery
4. Specify non-delivery days
5. Let customers update the delivery date and time even after placing the order
6. Set a time limit to update the delivery date and time
1. On the checkout page, the user is asked to select the desired date and time slot for their order. This can also be made optional hence allowing shoppers to follow the standard delivery procedure if they do not wish to opt for a preferred delivery date and time.
2. Magento 2 Preferred Delivery Date Extension lets you define the time period within which the order delivery will take place. For example, from 8 am to 6 pm.
3. Magento 2 Preferred Delivery Time slot extension lets you set up multiple delivery time slots. You need to specify the time slot range for it. For example, if the delivery happens in between 9 am to 6 pm and the time slot range is 2 hours, then the shopper would be provided with time slots like 9 to 11, 11 to 1, 1 to 3 and so on.
4. In cases where time slots do not adjust well with the delivery timing, for example, let’s say the delivery time is between 10 to 3 and time slot defined is 2 hours, then 10 to 12, 12 to 2 would be okay. But how would the remaining one hour fit into this?
Well, inside the configuration, there’s an option that says “Allow incomplete time range.” Enabling it would display that remaining 1-hour slot in the time slot else it would not be displayed if disabled.
5. You can define a minimum delivery gap for a customer to pick the desired delivery date and time. For example, if the order is placed on 10th of April and the delivery gap defined by the admin is 4 days, then the customers would be allowed to pick the desired date and time for or after 14th of April.
6. You can also specify the maximum numbers of days gap between the order placement date and the preferred delivery date.
7. Magento 2 Preferred Delivery Date and Time Extension lets you specify the days on which orders would not be delivered.
8. With the help of this module, you can also allow your customers to update their delivery date and time even after they have placed their order. You can also set the time limit (in hours) within which the changes can be made. Changes cannot be made once the time limit expires.
9. You can specify the order status on which delivery date and time can be changed.
10. Magento 2 Preferred Delivery Date and Time extension also lets you notify customers via email if they update their delivery date.
1. Enhance the customer shopping experience.
2. Improve customer loyalty and brand loyalty.
3. Improve customer satisfaction
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