Allowing guests to purchase without creating an account can significantly enhance the user experience, attract new customers, and boost sales.
In this article, you'll learn to configure the delivery types of your platform for guest checkout, giving all of your customers an easygoing experience.
Let's go ahead and get to it.
Start by enabling the guest checkout option.
You'll have to go to Basic Settings > Order Type Options and look for the "Enabled Guest Checkout," set it as "Yes," and also, you'll have the checks to enable which order types will take guest checkouts.
In Basic Settings> in the Customer fields section, you can activate which checkout fields are required or not by delivery type.
In the dropdown, you'll find all the order types, select one and configure which checkout fields will show and which are required when paying.
When customers continue the order as guests, you can use concise and persuasive language like "As Guest User" to encourage users to continue without hesitation in the Ordering Website.
After the products are added, at checkout, you select the guest checkout button again to finish the order.
Once the customer is placed, there won't be any customer information, just the address for delivery or if you added any guest checkout field mandatory.
Also, as a business owner, you will view the order placed as a "Guest user" in your orders manager.
Providing a smooth and seamless guest checkout experience can build customer trust and loyalty, ultimately contributing to your online business's success.
As Always, Happy Ordering.