How YayCurrency works with Dokan multivendor marketplace

YayCurrency works well with Dokan Lite and Pro to make your multi-vendor marketplace more accessible and convenient to customers all over the world.

Product page

Depending on the admin settings, YayCurrency can add a currency switcher as a dropdown to product page, or other positions like sidebar, header, footer widgets, etc.

On the vendor's product pages, it's displayed within the product details, and customers can easily switch to their preferred currency.

Let's say, when the customers are buying from the US, they can quickly convert the prices to USD ($) in a single click.

Order details

It converts all prices on the product page to the selected currency, including the product price, tax, and shipping costs.

In the screenshot of order details below, the customers can view their order summary in the currency Euro (€) that they've used to proceed to checkout.

As a result, the admin and vendors will also see their order reports in multi-currency.

Order confirmation email

In the processing order or order confirmation email, YayCurrency also helps display all prices and taxes in the customer's preferred currency.

This is super helpful, especially when the buyers are located in a different country than the primary store or the marketplace's vendors.

Want to edit this WooCommerce email template?

If you want to tweak the email design and content, we recommend YayMail Addon for Dokan. It is a user-friendly WooCommerce email customizer plugin with a drag-and-drop email builder.

Vendor dashboard


If the admin enables checkout in different currencies, order history in the admin dashboard will be displayed in the currency used at checkout.

Accordingly, the orders in the vendor dashboard will also show the same records.

Vendor products

Other tabs within the vendor dashboard, like Dashboard, Products, Analytics, etc., will show prices in the store's base currency.

Sales, earning, and charts will be displayed in the store's default currency.

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