How to configure new fee rule

This extra fee is used to add handling fees based on different types of rules.

Screenshot - 1: (Add New Fee)

Once you click on the above  "Add Product Fees" button then it will open the new fee form that allows you to configure the fee rules based on your requirements.

Screenshot - 2: (New Fees Configuration Settings)

Status: You can set the status to enable or disable the fees and no need to remove the fees.

Product Fee Title: In this field, you can add the title of the fee that showcase on the checkout page.

Select Fee Type: This option allow you to set the extra fee type. There are two types of fees One is a Fixed Fee and the second is a Percentage Fee.

Fixed Fee Type: This option will set the flat fee during the checkout like $5, $9.89, etc.

Percentage Fee Type: This option add the percentage-based fee to the subtotal amount. For eg. 10% and if the subtotal price is $150 then it will add $15 as a fee.

Apply Per Quantity: This option is used to add additional fees based on cart/product quantity count.

Cart Based: This option increases the price of each cart quantity. If cart quantity is 3 then it will add $15 + 2 * $25 = $45

Product Based: This option increases the price based on each additional quantity of selected Product, Variable Products, Categories, Tags, SKUs only. If the selected product is Belt and if there are 10 products in the cart and belt quantity is only 4 then it will count 4 quantity only and add $15 + 3 * $15 = $60 for 3 additional quantity.

Each Weight Rule: Advanced weight-based rule, we can use this option when we want to add extra charges based on the weight range. For Example, 10 amount charges per 2 KG over 10KG. In this rule Per each 2KG add charges of the amount of 10. But it will be applied over the 10KG in the cart.

Tooltip Description: This is a short description of your method. It will be visible to your customers if they’ll hover on the method name in their cart.

User's first order: This feature is used to apply each user's first-time fees on their order.

Start Date: This field is for adding a date, from which your method will be applicable. Because of this option, you can create your fee rule in advance and schedule their start date. It is an optional field and can be left blank.

End Date: This field is for adding an end date or expiry date to your method. It saves you from the troubles which may occur if you forget to disable your fee even after the actual sale/offer is over. This field is optional too. You may add an end date or leave this field blank, as per your eCommerce store’s needs.

Is the Amount Taxable?: dropdown facilitates you to specify whether or not you want to apply taxes for the fee amount.

Is Fee Optional?: This option allows you to set the fee as optional and once the user checked the fee checkbox then it will apply on the checkout page. Once select the Optional fee feature then it will hide all the Conditional Fee Rules and always available on the checkout page with the checkbox option. For more detail click here.

Set fee as reccuring payment: Once this option is selected, it will allow fees on recurring payments as well. Note that this option only works with subscription products.

Showcase fee on checkout only: Select this option to show and add fees on the checkout page only.

Days of the Week: You can add extra fees on your site for some particular days of the week. This comes in handy when you want to add extra fees for fast shipping on days that experience heavy motor traffic.

Time: Not just the Day, You can also choose the Time duration (start time and end time), for which the plugin settings should work. For that specified duration everyday your configured rules will be applicable to the shop.

Conditional Fee Rule: In this section, you can add multiple fee rules based on your requirements like Based on Country, State, City, Product, Category, Subtotal, Quantity, Weight, Payment Method, etc.

Screenshot - 3: (Cart Page Fee)

Screenshot 4: (Optional Fee Checkout Page Layout)

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