Admin Orders List For WooCommerce plugin

Overview #

The WooCommerce Admin Orders List plugin allows you to customize the WooCommerce admin order list, i.e., the list view of the WooCommerce Orders page, visible to the store admin (Dashboard WooCommerce Orders).

Additionally, it lets you:

  • Add custom columns to the WooCommerce Orders page
  • Customize the status menu
  • Change the order of columns
  • Add billing country and currency code as custom columns
  • Enable multiple status filtering
  • Hide default statuses menu
  • Adding presets (filtered views of the orders page) to the admin menu
  • Change the order of columns on the Orders page, and so on.

How to Enable Admin Orders List for WooCommerce? #

To enable and use the Admin Orders List plugin, download and install Booster for WooCommerce. Once it’s done, follow the below-mentioned steps:

  1. Navigate to Booster > Plugins SHIPPING & ORDERS within your WordPress admin dashboard.

2. Select Enable for the Admin Orders List plugin in this category.

3. Scroll up to find the Save Changes button and click on it. The WooCommerce Admin Orders List plugin will be enabled for your site.

Configuring Admin Orders List Settings #

If you followed the above steps and enabled the Admin Orders List plugin for your WooCommerce store, it’s time to configure its settings. For this, use the expand button, and you’ll see all plugin-related options in front of you.

Custom Columns #

In the Custom Columns section, enter/select values for the fields given. Refer to the table below for field descriptions:

Field Description
Custom Columns Select it to add customized columns to the Orders page
Billing Country Select it to add the column Billing Country on the Orders page and allow filtering based on the billing country
Currency Code Select it to add the column Currency Code on the Orders page and allow filtering based on the Currency Code
Custom Columns Total Number Total number of customized columns added to the Order page. After entering a value for this field, click the Save Changes button next to it.

Let’s say you enabled the columns Billing Country and Currency Code for your shop’s admin page:

It will add these 2 columns on the WooCommerce > Orders page for your site’s admin(s).

Now, as you might want to add a few custom columns to this page, enable the Custom Columns option and set a total number for these columns. Make sure to click the Save Changes button as you proceed.

Now, as per the number entered in the Custom Columns Total Number field, you will have to provide the value of the following fields for each of the custom columns:

Field Description
Enabled Select if you want to display this custom column on the Orders Page
Label Name/title of the custom column
Value Value of the custom column. You can use shortcodes and/or HTML here.
Sortable Select a value for this dropdown menu from NoBy meta (as text), and By meta (as numbers). It sets the basis for sorting your custom columns.
Key (if sortable) Key of the customized column. Note: If the key is from the WooCommerce Checkout Custom Fields plugin, then add _ (underscore) before the key.

Doing the above will add a custom column to the Orders page.

Example Output #

A sample Orders page with a sortable custom column Weight is shown in the below screenshot:

Multiple Status #

The Multiple Status section enabled store owners or WooCommerce developers to add a way to filter orders based on multiple statuses on the Orders page. Go to this section, and do the following:

  • Select Enable Section for the Multiple Status.
  • Choose “Add as Multiple Select” or “Add as checkboxes” as your option for Multiple Status Filtering.

When Multiple Select Filtering is Enabled #

When Checkboxes are Enabled #


  • If you wish to hide the statuses shown by default in WooCommerce, select Hide for the Hide Default Statuses Menu.

This action will hide the default order statuses filter from the Admin Orders page.

  • Wish to add a “Not Complete” link/filter to the list of default order statuses? Select Add for the Add “Not Completed” Status Link to the default Statuses Menu Make sure you do not hide the default statuses in this case (using the previous option).


Once the Settings are saved, you will see “Not Completed” as an additional status option on the Orders page.

  • Select Add Presets for the Add Presets to Admin Menu option and select the number of Total Presets. Hit the Save Changes button, present just next to the Total Presets field on your screen before you proceed to create presets.

Note: A WooCommerce Orders Page Preset is a filtered view of the ordered page, which displays orders of a few types as per your selection while creating this preset. You can find the link to all your presets on the WooCommerce menu.

  • Set a title and choose the order statuses for each of your presets.

Upon saving these settings, you will find a few options (and the related pages) added to your WooCommerce menu.


  • Select the Add order counter option to show the count with these sub-menus/pages.

Output: Presets with Order Counter Enabled #


  • Select the Remove original “Orders” menu checkbox if you just wish your administrator to view the customized presets in the menu instead of the Orders menu.

Output: Preset Enabled and Orders Menu Hidden #

You won’t see the Orders menu item in the WooCommerce menu anymore.

Columns Order #

  • To enable the ordering of columns, check the box for the Columns Order
  • Enter the column names in the order you want them to be displayed on the Orders Enter one column name per line.
  • Click Save Changes.

How to Define a Custom Field’s Column Order on the Admin Orders Page? #

Let’s say you created a custom field using the Admin Orders List plugin’s Custom Columns Tab. Consider, the settings are similar to this field, shown in the screenshot:

The field is enabled.

Now, by default, this field will appear in the last column on the Admin Orders page.


If you want to change its order and assign it with a custom order, do the following:

  • Copy the key of your custom field.
  • Go to the Columns Order tab in the Admin Orders List plugin settings.
  • Enable this section.
  • Insert this key in your preferred position in the list. This list decides the ordering of columns, shown on the Admin Orders page.
  • Save changes.

Can you see your custom column Shipping Method placed between the date and status columns, just as you wanted? Yup, it’s done 🙂

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