WooCommerce saves any additional order information in the Post Meta table in a key value format.

While the Email Customizer for WooCommerce supports all the built-in default values of the order object, there might be scenarios where you might have used a plugin or created custom fields to save additional information for an order.

A good example is the Shipment Tracking ID. Here is a screenshot showing the custom field

 This custom field usually gets saved in the wp_postmeta table as a meta_key and meta_value

In the above example,

meta_key = tracking_id (it is always good to use an underscore instead of spaces)
meta_value = 123433535

Similarly, most shipment tracking id plugins save the data to the order (post) meta table. You can easily cross-check with the developer of the plugin to know where they save the data. It would most probably in the order meta (post meta) table.

Or if you have created any additional custom fields in your orders, you can easily add the information to your emails by just adding a shortcode.

The information through custom fields created manually or by third plugins will be visible in the additional short codes.

Just pick the short code and add to the email template in order to get the dynamically generated values from the third party plugins to the emails sent to the users efficiently.

Quick Links:

More on creating a custom short code - Examples

How to test the Email templates created using Email Customizer ?

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