After activating the plugin, go to WP Ever Accounting Settings and click on the Extension tab. Here all the necessary settings for WooCommerce will appear.
From the Invoice category field, you can choose the income type category where all of the Woo sales will be listed. That means, by choosing a category, you are classifying your WooCommerce incomes.
Declare prefix at the beginning of the invoice number for the generated invoices against WooCommerce sales.
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All WooCommerce orders before integrating WooCommerce with WP Ever Accounting can be synced from here. Once WooCommerce is integrated, all upcoming orders will be synced by clicking sync Orders.
How it works
When an order is placed, WP Ever Accounting takes steps based on the order status. If the order is on hold, the generated invoice against the order will be saved as a draft. That means the amount will not be added to the default account as long as it is remaining as a draft.
When the order is in processing state, WP Ever Accounting will keep the invoice as a pending state. Since the pending invoices acknowledge the income as a receivable amount, on the dashboard, the pending amount will be added to the receivable income.
Once the order is completed, the receivable amount will be transferred to total incomes. Now the amount is included in the default account of WP Ever Accounting.