WooCommerce Brings Back Sandbox Environment

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Sienna Rowley
Sienna Rowley
Sienna is an editor at Cloud Host News. She is an internet enthusiast, always eager to explore the latest trend in the tech space. She is a modest family woman who loves traveling in her free time.

WooCommerce, a popular eCommerce platform for WordPress websites is bringing back the free sandbox environment for testing the extensions.

WooCommerce is ideal for users who want to create eCommerce websites while harnessing the power of WordPress. This eCommerce platform offers numerous free or paid extensions that further enhance its capabilities.

WooCommerce already offers a 30-day money-back guarantee and now the Sandbox environment is bundled with the plan, users can test the paid extension and can make decisions accordingly. Users don’t need to pay at first to check out the extensions.

One thing you need to note is that the sandboxes are limited to testing the extensions available in that environment. Users can’t install themes or plugins on the sandbox websites.

As we stated before that not all plugins are available to be used in the sandbox environment. Here’s a list of extensions that you can test with sandboxes:

  • Follow-Up Emails
  • Bookings
  • Checkout Field Editor
  • Deposits
  • Points and Rewards
  • Pre-Orders
  • Product Add-ons
  • Product CSV Import Suite
  • Vendors
  • Table Rate Shipping

How to Test WooCommerce Extensions?

For testing the WooCommerce extensions on the new sandbox environment, head over to the extensions page and search for the Start testing button placed on the right sidebar.

On clicking the start testing button, a WordPress website will be created and you will be taken to the WordPress admin dashboard. From the dashboard, you can test multiple extensions simultaneously.

Note: The websites you created will be deleted after 30 days of completion.

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