How to Skip Cart Page Using SellKit

In the e-commerce journey, every click and every page matters. Reducing the number of steps a customer must take to complete a purchase can significantly impact conversion rates and reduce cart abandonment. SellKit offers a feature that can streamline this process: the Skip Cart Page option. This setting, when enabled, allows customers to bypass the cart page and head directly to checkout after adding a product to their cart. Here's how you can enable this feature and why it might be beneficial for your online store.

Step 1: Access SellKit Settings

Log in to your WordPress dashboard and find the SellKit option on the menu. Click on it to access the settings page where you can configure various aspects of your sales funnels and checkout experience.

Step 2: Locate the Skip Cart Page Option

Scroll through the SellKit settings until you find the Skip Cart Page toggle. This controls whether the cart page is a part of the checkout workflow or not.

Step 3: Enable the Feature

To activate the feature, simply click on the toggle button. When the button is switched on, it indicates that the Skip Cart Page feature is enabled.

The Impact of Skipping the Cart Page

Here’s what happens when you enable the Skip Cart Page:

  • Direct Checkout: Customers who add an item to their cart will be taken directly to the checkout page, where they can immediately fill out their information and complete the purchase.
  • Reduced Abandonment: By removing the additional step of visiting the cart page, you reduce the risk of customers abandoning their carts. It streamlines the process, making it quicker and more user-friendly.
  • Faster Transactions: For returning customers or those who are buying a single item, skipping the cart can lead to a faster and more satisfying shopping experience.
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