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[Closed] output conditional on woocommerce fields

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Last updated by Christian Cox 8 months ago.

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I would test a status of a woocommerce subscription for a conditional output in a view.
How can do it?


Christian Cox

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You can test the output of any shortcode or custom function with Views conditional HTML, but I'm not sure that WooCommerce Subscriptions offers a shortcode or function that provides information about the User's current subscription. That's something you would need to ask their support team about, because I'm not an expert in their software.

Let me know what you find out and I can show you how to integrate that information with Toolset's conditional features.

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