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Getting started with the Field Editor
Getting started with the Field Editor

Modify billing, shipping, and additional fields in WooCommerce without code.

Abdullah Ramzan avatar
Written by Abdullah Ramzan
Updated over a week ago


PeachPay has a built-in checkout field editor that can modify checkout fields in both PeachPay's Express Checkout as well as the WooCommerce checkout page.

With the Field Editor, you can add new fields, remove fields, and edit existing fields for both billing and shipping sections.

You can also modify the default values, the size of the fields, and whether it's required or optional.

Billing, Shipping, and Additional tabs

You can switch between editing the billing, shipping, and additional fields using the tabs at the top.

What are Additional fields?

Additional fields are fields that you want to be associated with neither the billing nor shipping sections. It's something new that PeachPay adds to WooCommerce.

In the Express Checkout, the fields will appear in a section of their own, apart from billing and shipping fields.

Similarly, on the WooCommerce checkout page, these fields will appear at the end of the form, separate from billing and shipping fields.

Adding a new field

Use the + Add new field button to add a new field.

A window will open where you can enter the field details.

The different types you can add are: text, dropdown, multiple choice, phone, email, and header.

For some of them, additional options may appear.

Editing a field

Edit a field by clicking the pencil icon for a particular row.

Depending on the kind of field you edit, some options may not be shown. This is due to limitations from WooCommerce.

Marking a field optional or required

If a field can be marked optional, you'll see a Required checkbox in the field details window. Uncheck the Required checkbox to make the field optional. Likewise, to make a field required, check this box.

Video overview

If you prefer, you can watch a video overview of the Field Editor. Note that although the styles are different in the video, the core features of the Field Editor are the same.

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