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Notifications For BearyChat


A Plugin can send some event information from wordpress to bearychat . Simple Settings and Powerful Message!

BearyChat is a team communication service. It utilizes chatbots and integrates with third-party services to achieve high efficiency.

Support Event List:

  • WordPress: WordPress Update Available
  • User: User Register
  • User: User Administrator Login
  • User: Administrator Fail Login
  • Post: Publish
  • Post: Update
  • Post: Pending
  • Post: Update
  • Post: Move to Trash
  • Page: Publish
  • Page: Update
  • Page: Pending
  • Page: Update
  • Page: Move to Trash
  • Comment: New Comment
  • Woocommerce: New Order
  • Woocommerce: New Order Customer Note
  • Woocommerce: Order Status: Completed
  • Woocommerce: Order Status: Pending
  • Woocommerce: Order Status: Processing
  • Woocommerce: Order Status: On Hold
  • Woocommerce: Order Status: Cancelled
  • Woocommerce: Order Status: Refunded
  • Woocommerce: Order Status: Failed
  • Woocommerce: Product Low Stock
  • Woocommerce: Product Out of Stock


  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/bearychat-notification directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the Settings->BearyChat Notification screen to configure the plugin


Is BearyChat Free?

Just Like Slack ,free For Most People. If you need ,paid for Upgrade.


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