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Stock Export and Import for WooCommerce


The Stock Export and Import plugin generates reports on the stock status (in stock / out of stock) and quantity of individual WooCommerce products. Reports can be downloaded in CSV (Comma-Separated Values) format, compatible with popular spreadsheet software. It also allows you to import CSV files to batch update your product stock data. This enables you to download a spreadsheet of your current inventory data, update it as required, and upload it back into WooCommerce.


  • Admin user interface
  • Sample export output


  1. Click «Plugins» > «Add New» in the WordPress admin menu.
  2. Search for «WooCommerce Stock Export and Import».
  3. Click «Install Now».
  4. Click «Activate Plugin».

Alternatively, you can manually upload the plugin to your wp-content/plugins directory.


3 de septiembre de 2016
Would be a great plugin, considering every single possible function you might want cost $50-$99 to buy through WooThemes directly. Only problem with this plugin is the inability to show product variations. For that reason, I cannot use it.
3 de septiembre de 2016
This is a very useful plugin for me. I don't have variable products so it is great for end of month accounting or bulk editing quantities. However, I would love to see the selling price being exported too. That way it would be even more useful for stock valuations. Any chance you could add this?
3 de septiembre de 2016
Hello. Thanks for an awesome plugin - kind of. The plugin itself seems very useful because it can be good to export stock holdings for products for administrational purposes. There is 1 thing that is lacking though - Variable products. When you export stock, products with attributes (like 1 large 1 medium 5 small) will not get exported. It will just leave a "--" Also, the export is using comma for separation instead of semicolon. Opening CSV with commas (i know the C is for Comma), will make the export put all data into the same first column. I have done a Search-Replace from "," to ";" and now its working. Special characters gets converted to ASCII like " " and Unicode letters like ÆØÅ will not be printed correct in the file.
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Registro de cambios


  • Improved memory usage for large exports


  • Initial release