If you have two WooCommerce stores and want to migrate coupons from one store to another, or if you want to share your coupons with your marketing team for the social media campaigns, or you want to share the coupons with your affiliate partners, you may want to export them to an Excel or a Google Sheets document.
Besides, you may want to export all the coupons containing a specific keyword. But that’s virtually impossible with the default WooCommerce options.
Whatever you want to do, we’ll show you how to quickly export WooCommerce coupons using the WP Sheet Editor Coupons Spreadsheet plugin. It’s as easy as taking three simple steps.
Step 1: Install the WP Sheet Editor Coupons plugin
This plugin helps you make changes on hundreds of coupons at once and helps you manage them in a beautiful spreadsheet.
In the plugin, you’ll find a spreadsheet with the following tools:
- Add new – This button helps you create new coupons in the spreadsheet.
- Search – With this tool, you can search specific coupons using different search terms.
- Bulk Edit – This is a powerful tool that helps you apply changes to thousands of coupons at once.
- Duplicate – This button helps you create hundreds of copies out of a coupon.
- Locate cell – Here you can enter a specific cell content and it will take you right to that cell.
Step 2: Look for the coupons you want to export
To look for the coupons you want to export you need to do this:
Click the Search button on the toolbar. This will open the fields you need to filter the coupons.
The plugin’s search tool contains these fields and options:
- Contains keyword – Use this field if you want to look for all coupons containing a specific keyword.
- Status – Here you can select between published and draft coupons.
- Run search – This button is to filter your products according to the terms of the search you’ve selected.
- Advanced filters – You can find coupons by any field, for example, find coupons based on the discount amount, dates, etc.
Therefore, if you want to look for all coupons containing the Halloween keyword, just select it in the Contains keyword field and hit the Run search button.
Step 3: Export the coupons
Here we show you two options you have to export your coupons:
Using the spreadsheet
To export the coupons, go to the Title column and select the content in it. Right click on the selected content and hit Copy. Then, go to the Discount amount column and copy it.
Finally, you need to take that content and paste it in an Excel or a Google Sheets document.
Using the Export tool
This plugin includes a tool you can use to export your coupons quickly. Just open the Export tool on the top toolbar.
Once you’ve opened the tool, you need to do this:
- What columns do you want to export: Select the columns you want to export
- Tick the I understand it will export the posts from my current search checkbox.
- Click on Start new export.
That way, you’ll have exported the coupons into a CSV file that you can open in Excel or any spreadsheet program.
Exporting your WooCommerce coupons is a piece of cake with the WP Sheet Editor Coupons plugin.