Release Candidate 1 for the February 2023 release of WooCommerce is now available for testing! You can either download it directly from WordPress.org or install our WooCommerce Beta Tester Plugin.
There have been two relatively minor fixes since the release of Beta.2:
- WooCommerce Blocks has been updated to 9.4.3, which contains a fix for changing the quantity inside the Cart and Mini Cart blocks in WordPress 5.9. #36736
- We rolled back a change introduced in Beta.1 that updated the spelling of ‘cancelled’, as we identified that it had the potential to cause issues for plugins that relied on the original string. #36714
See the full changelog for all of the changes included in this release.
Actions and Filters
There have been no new action or filter changes changes since Beta.2. See the Beta.1 post for changes introduced in 7.4.0-beta.1.
There have been no new template changes since Beta.2. See the Beta.1 post for changes introduced in 7.4.0-beta.1.
We’re still on-track for our planned February 14, 2023 release of WooCommerce 7.4.
If you’d like to dive in and help test this new release, our handy WooCommerce Beta Tester plugin allows you to switch between beta versions and release candidates. You can also download the release from WordPress.org.
A set of testing instructions has been published on our Wiki page in GitHub. We’ve also posted a helpful writeup on beta testing to help get you started.
If you discover any bugs during the testing process, please let us know by logging a report in GitHub.