Ready To Use 2-Step Checkout Templates for all major pagebuilders – Thrive Architect, Elementor etc.
When using Elementor (Pro) you have the option to add LaunchFlows short codes like eg. [lf-product-regular-price] or [lf-product-sale-price]. When I want to give the [lf-product-regular-price] a green font-color and the [lf-product-sale-price] a bold underlined font-size 40px red color, this is not possible within the LaunchFlows short code. You would have to type the LaunchFlows shortcode…
Some things are hard-coded in english. This makes it a bit hard to use it in another language ;). E.G. – Quantity: – Price: – Regular Price: – Sale Price:
When using the shortcodes eg. [lf-product-regular-price] or [lf-product-sale-price], the amounts come with (english) text. eg. – Regular Price €1.000,- – Sale Price €750,- It would be great if there would be an option to get rid of the text “Regular Price” and “Sale Price”… so only the price would be shown.
So lets say you want to have an upsell. But the upsell consists out of multiple products. This grouped upsell product should than only live alone in the checkout/cart. So everything in the cart would be dropped in favor of the grouped upsell products.
Be able to have a short code for the tax field.
Have a shortcode for the total discount.
To have reports regarding sales, upsells, downsells, conversions, opt-ins, etc.
Possibility to A/B test, to find out which flow works best.
Perhaps it would be great if one could comment on the suggestions. E.G. I have submitted a suggestion, Spence commented it, but I guess it was not completely clear what I meant. Now there´s no way to comment on that, other than sending an email or message to Spencer.
Perhaps it would be good to have all the LaunchFlows stuff in one place within the product page (admin). So e.g. all under the “LaunchFlows” tab? ** SPENCE NOTE: I’m actually thinking of going the other direction…perhaps getting rid of almost all of the global options in the LaunchFlows tab so that anything one wants…
So, to get you going even faster it would be great if you could choose a flow from a template library or something, import it and have a flow setup super easy and quick. You could than adjust / edit it to your needs.