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Quick guide to set up your first shipping rates

To set up your first shipping method, you must have previously created at least one shipping zone. If you haven't done so yet, I recommend you read this guide on creating a new shipping zone.

This is a quick guide to set up your shipping rates. For more detailed instructions, please review the Advanced Configuration.

STEP 1. Add your shipping method

Go to «WooCommerce > Settings > Shipping > Shipping Zones», and choose the zone you have created (if not, create a new one). Click on «Add shipping method» and select the Super Shipping method from the dropdown menu. Then, click on «Edit».

By the way, in this same list of shipping methods, you can enable or disable them whenever you want. The «Enabled» button activates or deactivates the shipping method. If the box is checked, the shipping method will be active in the list of available shipping methods, and therefore, the plugin will calculate the shipping costs. If the box is not checked, then the plugin will not calculate any shipping costs.

STEP 2. Define the shipping name

Each method constitutes its own shipping option that will be displayed to the customer. 

Therefore, the first thing you should do once you have created it is to give it a name for this shipping option that will later be shown to the customer.

To define the shipping name, use the «Method title» field and write the text you want to display to your customers for this shipping. I recommend using the name of the shipping agency followed by the delivery time.

STEP 3. Set up the general settings of the shipping method

At this moment, edit the settings you want to apply to this particular shipping method. You can find an explanation of these options on the general settings page.

STEP 4. Set up the shipping rules

Finally, all you have left to do is define the shipping rules upon which the shipping cost will be calculated.

To add new shipping rules, you simply need to click on «Add Rule».

In the following image, I'll show you an example of a table with shipping rules for calculating the shipping rate based on the number of products in the cart.