Exporting Customer Responses

The Export Orders feature is a great way to quickly generate a CSV file of any orders that contain certain conditional fields.

To export orders, visit the WooCommerce > Conditional Fields page, and click the Export Orders tab.

Export WooCommerce Orders

Date Range

  • Start date: defaults to one month earlier than today
  • End date: defaults to today

You can choose any date range you wish to use. If you want all orders to be exported regardless of the date, leave these fields blank.

To remove the date in these fields, click inside the box and use the backspace or delete key on your keyboard to delete the date.


You can check as many (or as few) conditional fields as you want here. Only orders that have at least one of the conditional fields that you checked will be included in the export.

Export CSV Output

The CSV file that is generated will contain the following information for each order that is exported:

  • Order ID
  • Order date (the date the order was created)
  • Billing First Name
  • Billing Last Name
  • Billing Company
  • Billing Address 1
  • Billing Address 2
  • Billing City
  • Billing State
  • Billing Postcode
  • Billing Country
  • Billing Email
  • Billing Phone
  • Shipping First Name
  • Shipping Last Name
  • Shipping Company
  • Shipping Address 1
  • Shipping Address 2
  • Shipping City
  • Shipping State
  • Shipping Postcode
  • Shipping Country
  • Products (includes variation if the product is a variable product, and quantity)
  • Customer Note
  • Payment Method
  • Order Status
  • Order Total
  • Currency
  • Any conditional fields that were checked prior to clicking Export.

Order Statuses

The export file will contain any orders that meet the date and conditional field criteria mentioned above. The orders will also need to have an order status of Completed, Processing, or On Hold. The order status for each order is included in the export file.