Add Email Recipient when Order Completed

In this post we will show you how to add another recipient for “Completed” emails next to the entered recipient at Woocommerce –> Settings –> Emails (usually the customer who placed the order).

 

To do this, you only need to add the following code to your functions.php file and change the “your@email.com” part to the email address which should receive the completed order.

function arrow_design_woo_extra_email_recipient($recipient, $object) {
$recipient = $recipient . ', your@email.com';
return $recipient;
}
add_filter( 'woocommerce_email_recipient_customer_completed_order', 'arrow_design_woo_extra_email_recipient', 10, 2);

After adding and saving the code, you just need to wait for a customer who places an order. If you then set the order status to “Completed”, the customer and the recipient you added with the code will receive an completed order email, looking similar to this:

Add Email Recipient when Order Completed

Conclusion

We hope this Add Email Recipient when Order Completed post was helpful and you are now able to integrate this also on your website! You can find more articles here:

 

Read another Woocommerce post : ‘Remove the State Field in the Woocommerce Checkout

 

Arrow Design, based in Dublin, Ireland, provides quality website design services in Dublin and beyond at affordable prices. If you would like help with implementing the above code, or any wordpress website development project, contact us. We love website design and it shows! We provide custom wordpress plugin development, website design training and lots more.

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