Uncanny Codes gives you the ability to generate codes that users can redeem for almost anything on your WordPress site. Originally built to provide a way for site admins to distribute codes for LearnDash course and group access, code redemption can now be redeemed for anything supported by Uncanny Automator, including memberships, achievements, store credit, coupon codes and much more.
With the ability to generate hundreds or thousands of codes for use by businesses and organizations, one of our most requested features was the ability to cancel individual codes within a batch, without deleting the batch and associated records of redemption.
Uncanny Codes version 4.2 now provides this feature, and it’s super easy to use. Simply go to Uncanny Codes > Cancel codes, then upload a CSV containing a column with the heading “code” and the list of codes to be cancelled. You can even upload the same file you download from a code batch. Uncanny Codes will ignore the other columns:
Once you’ve uploaded the .csv, you’ll see a confirmation of the codes that were cancelled:
Codes that have been cancelled can no longer be redeemed by users:
And that’s all there is to it! No more orphaned, valid codes floating around in the wild indefinitely or struggling to invalidate part of a code batch that has been refunded.
Let us know what you think of the new feature in the comments below.