We are planning a WooCommerce integration, but this has to be a complete integration from product queries to product pages and accounts.

It’s a big step and we have to make sure we have everything set out.
If you have specific items you’d like covered, don’t hesitate telling us.

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:star_struck: Eagerly Waiting! Please implement these features as well Wishlist, compare, Quick view, and recently visited products.

Oh, yeah. We are waiting the release from 2021.nov.26. (After 2022.feb.17… After with Cwicly 1.1 update…)


Just wanted to ask about WooCommerce update timeframe @Louis ?

If you have ANY timeframe whatsoever, it would be a big help! It’s just so I can say to my clients how long will they have to wait.


Hello @Normaali,

This is a complicated question to answer as my last message updates on the WooCommerce integration have only made things worse since we weren’t able to keep up with our timeframes.

I know and appreciate the patience all Cwicly users have shown throughout these months, but we do believe in providing the best we can do. Otherwise, we’ll be blocked in the future.

As I said previously, an integration is ready, and is impressive in its own right.

BUT, we are not happy with the route we’ve chosen, and I’ll be brief, because it basically follows the “old” way of providing a template solution for WooCommerce. Basically, everything is PHP based, when at the same time, we see that WooCommerce itself is heading the JS way.
An example of the “old” way is the Comments form customisation we provide. Yes it works, but it just isn’t modern in its architecture.

That is why we haven’t released the WooCommerce integration, and won’t in its current form.

We want to provide a modern experience with WooCommerce, which means that mostly everything should pass by the WooCommerce API (which is now stable). This means infinite flexibility on our side, and a phenomenal performance increase.

It’s coming and we’re working hard to get it out as soon as possible!


Thank you for the update. It’s good to hear that there has been some improvements and developments, so happy for that.

Even if the timeframe is far in the future, it’s good to know, because I can now say something to my clients.

And I want to thank you guys for your hard work, i know that everyone in this community appreciates you guys!! :heart: :heart:

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The problem is that you don’t really know what to say to your clients.
Back in the day we put our trust in the Cwicly team on APPsumo because they promised something (woocommerce editing) that no one else on the market at the time did, and mostly not in the same quality as others.

  • Full WooCommerce support (all pages customisable from A to Z)
  • Cwicly’s WooCommerce full integration will be launching with WordPress 5.9

With ACF, with gutenberg and with woocommerce features (in one pack), it promises something we’ve been longing for for years.

On some hunch, we only bought 3 licenses because the description also promised that appsumo customers could upgrade later at a discount.

We bought it in November 2021. We were already promised then that the upgrade would be here soon. Now 18 May 2022.

Of course, praise for communication and honesty, nevertheless, we must admit customer disappointment is fully understandable and acceptable. This is not what was promised, this is not what we paid for.

Since then we have delivered 3 webshops to our customers. We are looking forward to finally being able to use cwicly’s system. You just keep stretching and stretching and stretching the story like a pastry. Without any real resolution or comping.

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