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Managing Deleted Orders

In the realm of e-commerce, managing deleted orders is a crucial aspect of maintaining a well-organized and efficient operation. In this blog post, we'll guide you through the process of handling deleted orders within your website's admin area. 

Step 1: Accessing the Admin Area Begin by logging into your website's admin area. This is where you'll find the tools to navigate and manage deleted orders effectively.

Step 2: Navigating to Deleted Orders Once logged in, navigate to the "Reports" section and click on the "Deleted Orders" tab.

Step 3: Exploring Deleted Orders Reports Within the "Deleted Orders" tab, you gain access to a wealth of data presented in the form of an informative table. This table contains several key columns:

  • Date Added: Displays the precise date and time when an order was deleted. This information provides crucial context for understanding the order's history.
  • Order ID: Informs you about the unique order ID associated with the deleted order. This ID serves as a reference point for tracking and retrieval.
  • Admin: Indicates the admin ID responsible for deleting the order. This attribution helps maintain accountability and oversight.
  • Comments: Shows any comments or notes related to the deleted orders. These comments may include reasons for deletion or additional details regarding the order.

Step 4: Efficient Search To streamline the process of finding specific information among the deleted orders, utilize the quick search field located above the report table. This tool enables you to swiftly locate and access the data you need, saving you time and effort.



Managing deleted orders is not only about record-keeping but also about maintaining transparency and accountability within your e-commerce operation. By following these steps, you'll be well-equipped to handle deleted orders effectively and ensure that your business processes run smoothly.

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