WooCommerce products are stored as custom post types. Each product will have 1 row in the
wp_posts table. and the post type will be “product.”
A common task for ecommerce sites is needing to add a tracking pixel to the Order Completed, or Thank You page of WooCommerce. This pixel will help report data to an external service like Facebook Ads, Google Ads, Pinterest, or a CRM.
If you run a WooCommerce Subscriptions site for long enough you will experience a situation where you need to change the Next Payment date for subscriptions. Knowing how to bulk update the next payment date in WooCommerce Subscriptions is a vital tool for developers and shop managers.
In this article I’ll explain how to change the Next Payment date on one or thousands of subscriptions at one time in a few steps: