Add multi-currency support


Unfortunately, there’s no such feature, it would require a custom implementation or the use of third-party plugins. It is possible to use this plugin WOOCS – Currency Switcher for WooCommerce Professional or another currency switcher (e.g. YayCurrency Pro) plugin for WooCommerce.

Please note we can’t guarantee 100% compatibility with third-party plugins, so some of them require custom implementation.

Also, please check WooCommerce documentation or support to find up-to-date information on how to set up multicurrency on your website. But please note that these changes are for display purposes only, the checkout page will display the primary currency, which is necessary for calculating the commission, etc. So, basically, we use WooCommerce for all the payments and it will be more helpful to you to reach them out. They will be able to help you with that.

As for the feature, we plan to release it according to the Roadmap: Marketplace Roadmap – Asana

I believe this will be useful to you.

Both YayCurrency and WOOCS – Currency Switcher works well in terms of switching the checkout currency symbol and rate accordingly, but they both failed to change the currency rate on the block primary and page primary - only the symbol is changed at the listing block view and listing page view level, but the currency value or figure remains the same.

For example, if the listing was register with an initial price of INR1,000. A currency switcher will switch this to USD1,000 on the listing block view and listing page view, but on the booking page or checkout page, the correct conversion figure will be shown as $12.

Could you please advice how the currency figure(the value) on the listing block view and listing page view could be affected?

Thank you

Until we add official support for these, please ask their support if anything else is required besides the WooCommerce price HTML markup for the currency switcher to detect the price and convert it. We use the core WooCommerce function wc_price to format prices so it should be ok, but maybe there are extra requirements from YayCurrency and WOOCS. We’ll also try to inspect this in the currency switcher plugin’s code.