Are you one of those people whose Magneto 2 is filled with needless and useless orders? Are you fed up of surfing through you Magneto store in search for the right order? You might be in search of various options within the regular default Magneto to delete the unwanted orders. But sadly, there is no such facility and the only way out to this problem is via extensions. The new Magneto 2 delete order helps you to get rid of all the unnecessary and unwanted orders with ease. The best part is that you can get rid of them in one go.
Features of the new Magneto 2 Delete Orders
There are a number of amazing features in the Magneto 2 extension. Let’s have a look at some of them;
- Erasing all the orders and their related information.
- An option to archive the orders that are not required.
- Separate grids for accessing or archiving orders.
- An option to try automatic order archiving.
Be careful before deleting the orders
Magneto 2 delete orders is one of the most efficient ways through which one can get rid of the useless orders. Not only does it remove the junk from your database, but also increases the productivity of your operations. One thing that people need to keep in mind while using this function is that the orders cannot be reversed. Once you have deleted an order, it will be gone for good. There is no such option as Recycle Bin to help you fetch your files back.
Don’t mix the orders up!
In case you want to keep your options open, try and go for archiving the selected orders that you want to keep in the longer run. Since there are a lot of options available in your database, the chances of errors are pretty high. To stay on the safe side, first archive all the orders that you want to keep and then delete the unwanted orders. Once you have deleted the useless orders, you can revert back all the orders through the unarchive function.
Archive or Delete?
Often people fail to realize that Magneto 2 Delete orders has multiple functions. Alongside deleting the orders, one can also archive the orders from the main screen. The question here is why would one want to keep the orders in the back end when they are unwanted? Well, at times, people do require some vital information from the useless orders later on. This is why it is always advisable to keep the orders archived just in case one can use them in the future.
Automatic Order Archiving?
Why must one worry about archiving the orders every now and then when you have computer systems do the job for you? The new extension allows the user to archive routine orders automatically. This helps the user to stay up to date and not worry about any of the unwanted orders. You can set the time duration and other factors for the orders to be archived.