Customers who integrate with WooCommerce also install the Klaviyo WooCommerce extension/plugin which allows you to add a newsletter signup form to your website, enable website activity tracking, and get data about when people start checkouts and view products so you can send out abandoned cart emails.
Install Plugin Updates
Plugin updates can now be installed directly from your WordPress Admin page. When an update is available, you'll see an alert next to your Plugins tab. Click on your Plugins tab, scroll down to find the Klaviyo plugin, and install the update.
If you prefer, you can still download the Klaviyo WooCommerce plugin manually from the Wordpress store.
Find the Release Notes
Release Notes are bundled with each new plugin update. View the ChangeLog file included with each WooCommerce plugin update for details.
To find your WooCommerce Plugin Release Notes, select Plugins from your WooCommerce Admin page. Then scroll down to find the Klaviyo plugin. Click View Details, and then select the Changelog tab.
Older Release Notes are listed below.
December 4th, 2019
- Fix – Check index is set for subscribe checkbox during checkout
- Fix – Move klaviyo.js script to highest priority in footer and add missing single quotes around src
November 15th, 2019
- Fix – Deactivate old Klaviyo plugins if active
- Fix – Check if Klaviyo Settings index exists
- Fix – Pluck product categories only if array
November 4th, 2019
- Add support for latest api version (v3)
October 28th, 2019
- Check for existing Klaviyo plugins avoiding incompatibility
October 25th, 2019
We've updated the plugin in the Wordpress directory so Klaviyo customers can download our updates directly from their WooCommerce Store.
- Moved all JS to external files
- Added compatibility with just Wordpress 2.0.7 (9/5/19)
- Added widget for Klaviyo’s built-in signup forms
July 17th, 2019
- For the embedded form widget, we fixed a bug in utilizing custom text for the button.
- Added a field to customize the style of the button.
May 29th, 2019
- Added klaviyo.js to the extension. This allows users to publish signup forms to their sites.
May 7th, 2019
- Added escape quotes in product titles, which improves Viewed Product functionality.
April 17th, 2019
- Added a new endpoint for checkout subscriptions — ex. updating to a new, GDPR compliant endpoint subscribe endpoint.
September 6th, 2018
- Added compatibility for PHP 7.2 and removed specific PHP warnings.
- Added persistent cart URL for rebuilding abandoned carts.
- Added support for rebuilding composite products (using the Composite Products extension).