Magento 2 is the favourite platform for every store to boost online sales dramatically. It is excellent if many orders are placed. However, by then, you will find it diffcult and waste much time on having thousands of orders managed effectively. Let’s follow the guides in this post to help you manage Order Staus and Order State better. The more time saved, the more profits earned.
As soon as each order is created, the order information is transferred directly to a stage in Magento 2 order processing workflow. In addition, there is a specific column in the Orders grid called Status that will control the order status, and a set of predefined order status and order state settings are supported for your store. The order state reports the position of an order in the workflow at that time.
See the following image to figure out the management of Magento 2 order status:
In Status column, you can see many types of the order status such as: Pending, Complete, Processing, etc. So what is the order status?
Stores > Settings > Order Status.
Create New Status.
Order Status Informationsection, do as the following:
Status Codethat needs to include both letters and numbers while it is required to begin with a letter (a-z) and inserting the underscore character instead of a space.
Status Labelthat is shown on Admin and frontend of your store.
Store View Specific Labelsection, if you have multiple stores, it is posible to set different labels for each store view.
Create New Order Status, click on
Assign Status to Stage.
Order Statusfield, choose the status that you want to assign.
Order Stateto the place in the workflow where the order status belongs.
Use Order Status as Defaultcheckbox to apply this status as default for the order state.
Visible on Storefrontcheckbox to show this status on Storefront.
Save Status Assignment.
Save Statusto save the edit.
At the top of the workplace, a short message will display to notify that you have unassigned the order status. But the unassigned status is still included in the list without removation.
That is all to help you manage Magento 2 Order Status and Order State. Hope you can do it perfectly.
It comes to the end of the tutorial: Magento 2 Order Status and Order state.