Thankful easily integrates with Woo Commerce in 15 minutes.
First you’ll need to enable the Legacy API. Under Woo Commerce>Settings, click the Advanced tab, then Legacy API. Enable the checkbox and click “Save changes”.
Under the Advanced tab you’ll find “Rest API”. Enter a description, select any admin as a user (your own account is fine), and add Read/Write permissions. Copy the resulting Consumer Key and Consumer Secret. You’ll need them in a moment.
In the Thankful dashboard’s integrations page click “+ Add Ecommerce Integration”. Select Woo Commerce from the dropdown and click the “Add Integration” button.
Paste your Consumer Key and Consumer Secret into the appropriate fields. Your domain is the location of your online store, e.g. https://www.example-store.com. Click “Save” when done.
Note: Thankful requires that your store is accessed via HTTPS. It will not work over plain HTTP. This means your domain must start with “https”, not “http”.
That’s it! You just integrated your Woo Commerce store with Thankful.