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Simple Multi-Inventory For Woocommerce


Simple Multi-Inventory For Woocommerce enable stocks across multiple location/warehouse for your products. This plugin has designed to help WooCommerce-based store that has multiple warehouse/location to show the availability based on your warehouse/location.

We are working on more upcoming features. You are welcome to make feedback/suggestions for further improvements. If you need support and have questions, feel free to email us here.


Automatic installation

  1. Visit Plugins > Add New.
  2. Search for Simple Multi-Inventory For Woocommerce.
  3. Install and activate the Simple Multi-Inventory For Woocommerce plugin.

Manual installation

  1. Upload the entire simple-multi-inventory-for-woocommerce folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Visit Plugins.
  3. Activate the Simple Multi-Inventory For Woocommerce plugin.


16 de enero de 2023 1 respuesta
Hello, does the plugin work with polylang?
27 de noviembre de 2022
Just a short word of feedback after exploring Simple Multi Inventory for WooCommerce. We are a very small wine seller. We have three small stock locations. The stock we are selling from is at our home. So, all sales from the site should be deducted from the home stock. Whenever we bring stock from one of the other stock locations we make a transfer in the backend. This way, we have a view on the stock situation on the other locations that are not at our home. So, in our scenario, the customer shouldn’t be confronted with these different stocks while making his order. Could it be an idea to be able to mark one of the stock locations as the default stock and have sales automatically deduct from this stock location without customers needing to select a stock location, i.e. if a default stock location is marked? Also, when we add an order manually in the backend, then the general stock is being deducted and not any of the stock locations that the plugin added. This makes sense because there is no option to indicate stock locations in the backend. However, in this case, the sum of the different stock locations doesn’t equal the general stock any longer, which causes incorrect stock data. This too could be solved with a default stock location. Why would the customer be bothered by stock locations if the products are delivered to him? It can only be interesting if he will pick up the goods and in this case it is rather a pickup location and not a stock location. Thank you for making your plugin available. I’m sure it is a great help to many.
10 de noviembre de 2022 1 respuesta
If you only look for a very simple plugin to manage stock per location, that is the one Simple but efficient 🙂 Few stats and functionality missing but can come later on 🙂
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Registro de cambios


  • Feature: Regular Price and Sales Price Based Location/Warehouse
  • Feature: Low Stock Alert on Location
  • Improvement: Added filter hooks on Locations dropdown
  • Improvement: Added filter hooks on Cart Item Location Meta
  • Improvement: Added filter hooks on Product Variations location
  • Improvement: Location Select Box


  • Initial Release