The View Codes page lists all code sets that have been generated in the system. Most columns are self-explanatory, but several deserve particular attention. The Action column displays buttons that enable you to:
- Ddit codes
- View a list of all codes in a batch
- Download all codes into a CSV file for distribution (this is only for distribution; it doesn’t show redemption details)
- Delete entire code batches
The Code name column uniquely identifies a code batch. This is always populated when creating new code batches with Uncanny Codes 4.0 or later.
The Code type column will be either Automator, LearnDash Course or LearnDash Group. For most sites, Automator will be the most common code type, as its integration with Uncanny Automator offers the most flexibility for code redemption.
The Redeemed column shows the number of redemptions that have occurred out of the total number of available redemptions. The total equals the number of codes generated multiplied by the maximum uses per code. In other words, if 10 codes were generated with 5 redemptions allowed for each, the total available redemptions is 50.
For more information about other fields, refer to Generating new codes.
If you View the set of codes, you’ll see a page that lists the code themselves, and if there have been redemptions, who redeemed the code and on what date. For codes that allow multiple redemptions there may be multiple users and dates for each code.
After generating a group of codes, you can edit some of the attributes of the code group, including:
- The type of code
- The courses/groups associated with the code (for LearnDash code types)
- The LearnDash/WooCommerce code type (paid or unpaid)
- The number of uses per code
- The expiry date and time
Important: Changing these attributes does not affect the behavior of any codes that have already been redeemed.