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Redirect after purchase of a single/specific product?


MarcWatson

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I've done a fair amount of redirect code for product detail pages.

I'm a bit confused by your description. You say redirect after product purchase. We can't do anything after a customer has gone through the entire add to cart/cart/checkout process.

If you mean you want to do something while the customer is on the product detail page, before they click on the add to cart button, then I think we can help you out.

But you need to let us know more clearly what you want to accomplish. If it's the later. Please provide the URL for the specific product that you want to redirect.

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See this thread for details of how to redirect to a different page after the Order Confirmation page (after successful Checkout):

However, as @MarcWatson said, this will redirect for all purchases. Although some custom JavaScript could be written to redirect based on the product purchased, this would need to be written specifically for the products, which means it isn't possible to provide you with a generic code to do this via the forum.

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On 5/4/2021 at 6:53 PM, MarcWatson said:

Thanks for everyone's input. We resolved it as best possible. We couldn't figure out a way to do a single product re-direct, therefore used a different concept.

Thanks again!

 

Hey Marc, I was wondering what solution did you choose instead? I'm trying to set a single product custom re-direct also.

 

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@MarcWatson I too would love to know your workaround as I'm in need of this solution as well. I'm trying to get the client to go to a scheduling page but ONLY for certain products that require it. I'm trying to make it so people who haven't bought the product can't access the scheduling page (and not all products on my site require scheduling). 

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2 hours ago, Chele said:

I'm in need of this solution as well.

Can you provide a few details of your use case, including a working link to the site? With more context, we may be able to help.

 

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Thanks @paul2009. The example would be when a client purchases a mentoring session they would then be directed to a scheduling page where they could schedule their sessions. We don't want to make this public or front facing on the site because we don't want people to sign up without having first purchased. We are using an external calendar source (calendly) and have it embedded on a page because we are selling multiple services (some of which are more products than service and don't require a scheduled time) and I haven't yet found a way to allow someone to buy one of each in the same purchase.

Currently, we have put the scheduling link into the notification email they receive upon purchase, but that also goes to people who purchase items that don't need scheduling. Ideally we would like the scheduling option to only be accessible to those that purchase mentoring. Hope that makes sense. The site is mixingmasteringmentoring.com. Thank you!

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46 minutes ago, Chele said:

The example would be when a client purchases a mentoring session they would then be directed to a scheduling page where they could schedule their sessions.

I've assumed that you have one scheduling page shared among all mentoring sessions and that this scheduling page is unlinked and hidden from search results - and similarly hidden on Calendly - to prevent non-purchasers discovering it.

Some JS could be written to look for a common abbreviation (usually in the SKU as this metadata isn't as obvious to the customer as the product title). If the phrase is found on the Order Confirmation page, the JS will modify the page content to add the scheduling page link and some instructions/guidance for the customer.

 

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