We are pleased to announce the release of WooCommerce 6.4. This release should be backwards compatible with the previous version.
This release contains:
- 277 commits from 37 contributors in WooCommerce Core
- 110 commits from 15 contributors in WooCommerce Admin
- 191 commits from 21 contributors in WooCommerce Blocks
As always, we recommend creating a backup of your site and making sure that your theme and any other plugins are compatible before updating. You can check out this update guide for more information.
What’s new in 6.4?
- WooCommerce Blocks: We’ve updated to the 7.2.1 version of the feature plugin. See the release posts for 7.1.0 and 7.0.0 to see what’s new.
- WooCommerce Admin: We’ve updated to the 3.3.2 version of the feature plugin. See the changelog to find out what’s new.
- With many of the preliminary decisions made, we’ve started working towards an implementation of custom tables for orders!
These are just some of the changes that are included in WooCommerce 6.4. You can find the complete changelog for this release in the changelog.txt file.
Much 💜 to all the contributors
Finally a big thanks to everyone in the community who has contributed via issue reports, fixes, translation, testing, supporting other users, or simply spreading the word.
4 replies on “WooCommerce 6.4 Released”
I found a bug – After updating Woo I lost the Woo tab in the Wpress dashboard. I went into settings and enabled the new navigation and that didn’t fix it. We are using WCFM multi vendor marketplace, and it appears that clashes with the Woo update’s new navigation. I found a fix on this Wpress forum thread – https://wordpress.org/support/topic/after-updating-woocommerce-6-4-0-it-is-not-showing-on-my-dash/
The next update will most likely overwrite this adjustment to the file. So I wanted to bring it to your attention, so maybe you can fix it.
Tiger Web Designs
Hello, we’ve just released WooCommerce 6.4.1 that should resolve this problem. The cause was a fix we deployed for a WordPress Core change that was ultimately never released.
get_total_tax_refunded() is not returning the appropriate value after partial refunds that include tax line item refunds. It’s returning 0 for us. We are still investigating but looks possibly related to the Core 6.4 release.
Hi Jake. If you manage to reproduce consistently, please open an issue on GitHub so that we can investigate. Thanks!