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Order Delivery Date


OnTap Order Delivery Date

The Order Delivery Date module allows an option for the customer to select the delivery date for the order they are placing; the date when they would like to receive the order.

Installation Guide

Order Delivery Date can be obtained from:

Both Composer and ZIP archive installations are supported.

Make a backup!

Direct installation of Magento extensions onto your production web site is not recommended or supported. We advise you to install this on a development version of your web site first to ensure correct operation with your particular Magento installation.

In addition, we advise you to make a complete backup of your Magento system (application files and database) before proceeding.

Version Compatibility

Order Delivery Date is compatible with the following Magento platforms:

Community Edition (Open Source) Enterprise Edition (Commerce) Cloud Edition
2.1.0 - 2.4.* 2.1.0 - 2.4.* 2.1.0 - 2.4.*

Change Log

Version Release Date Changes
1.0.0 30th October 2018 Initial Release

Customer Journey

If the module is enabled and the required configuration has been completed, then on the front-end checkout page, the Delivery date selection will appear:

OnTap Order Delivery Date

Users can select the delivery date from available dates on which they would like to receive their orders.

The user won't be able to progress on the next step/payment method selection without selecting a date from Calendar.

After the user has placed the order, the selected delivery date will appear on the order detail page in Admin (in Sales → Orders → [Order Number] → Information):

OnTap Order Delivery Date

General Configuration

To access the configuration of the module, select Stores → Configuration → On Tap → Order Delivery Date from within the admin panel:

OnTap Order Delivery Date

To start using this module, you'll need to Enable it. This allows you to enable or disable the functionality on a per-website basis.

The selected day in the First day of the week field will appear in the first column of date selection Calendar on checkout page for selecting a delivery date. Eg: If Monday is selected, the Delivery Date Calendar will appear as:

OnTap Order Delivery Date

First day is Monday here

The selected values/days in the Excluded days field won't be available for selection on front-end date selection calendar. Eg: Saturday and Sunday are selected, the Delivery Date Calendar will have all wekends unavailable for picking:

OnTap Order Delivery Date

Saturday and Sunday are excluded

If you want to manually exclude any date for selection under Calendar appearing on front-end, you can specify the date in the *Excluded Dates. Eg: the 3rd of March 2020, you have a holiday or for whatever reason your business can't deliver goods. You need to add this date manually:

OnTap Order Delivery Date

Then on the fronend the customer will observe:

OnTap Order Delivery Date

Processing Days

OnTap Order Delivery Date

You need to specify the number of Default processing days which takes an order to get process. Eg: if it takes 2 days to process an order, then you need to enter 2 here. So, if the current date is 25th Feb 2020 and you have entered 2 as default processing days, then on the frontend the first available delivery date will be Feb 28th:

OnTap Order Delivery Date

Extend processing days, if Enabled, will exclude the dates specified ablove as excluded; that days or dates won't appear as a selection in Calendar. Eg: If the current Date is 25th Feb, the Default Processing Days = 4, Excluded Days = Saturday & Sunday. The defult 4 days interval finishes on Monday and based on this setting it will be either count weekends (Extend Processing Day disabled) or not (Extend Processing Day enabled):

OnTap Order Delivery Date

Product-based Configuration

When the module is installed, it adds a new attribute "Processing Time (days)" (dt_processing_time). This attribute allows adding value for the delay it takes for processing order for specific products.

You will be able to find this attribute option on any product detail page configuration in the backend:

OnTap Order Delivery Date

From here, you can define the numeric values for the number of days it takes for processing the order of particular product.

How this will affect the delivery date selection on checkout page?

Let's look at the particular example.So, for instance, for any specific product, you have set Processing Time (days) as 2 and in the module configuration, the "Default processing days" field has been specified as 3. Then on the frontend, if the product has been added to the cart, the delivery date calendar will display first available date as selection after 5 days (3 days of default processing time + 2 days for specific product processing time)

Frequently Asked Questions

Which version of Magento is required?

Order Delivery Date has been tested with versions 2.1.0 to 2.4.* inclusive of the following:

  • Magento Open Source (Community Edition)
  • Magento Commerce (Enterprise Edition)
  • Magento Cloud Edition
How much does it cost?

Pricing is the same regardless of which Magento edition you have. However, if you want us to install the module for you, we charge extra for that.

It is licensed per server, so if you have multiple Magento instances, then you’ll need to purchase multiple licenses.

Is it easy to install?

Yes. The extension is delivered as a Magento module that can be very easily installed. The process should only take minutes. Alternatively, we can install it for you.

Is the source code encrypted?

No. The source code is not encrypted so can be modified.

Is support available?

The extension is fully supported by On Tap. You are eligible for technical support and product updates for 365 days from the point of purchase. You can extend this, for additional cost, after it expires to ensure that you continue to receive support and upgrades.

Bug fixes are included within the lifetime of your use of the product regardless of whether you have technical support/product updates. As long as we can replicate the bug in our extension on a clean version of Magento (using a version that is supported by your version of the extension), then we’ll fix it free of charge.

Issues and Support

If you experience any issues with the extension, please do the following:

  • Document in detail what has happened.
  • Include screenshots and error messages.
  • Visit: and create a new account (if you do not already have one).
  • Once logged in, click on MY SUPPORT TICKETS, and then the Submit a Ticket button to create a new support ticket.