Having randomly rotated customer testimonials is a standard and nice addition on the front-page.9 votes
Membership icons. For example if you create a special membership which can have free delivery, discounts, show special products. When a customer is part of this membership, it could display an icon in the product page or header that the customer is now logged in, or viewing a paid membership version.3 votes
allow user to choice "emai" or "username" for login. Do not force one or the other. XC should allow customer to decide if they want to register using username or email address - basically the login should not make a difference what is used - it shoudl be just called username (login) and be whatever customer wants. It can be recommended to be email address but not mandatory2 votes
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Existing Users click sign-in anywhere get presented with a nice pop-up which brings them back logged in.
New users get almost a blank separate page which just could be handled in the same pop-up collecting the data instead of having 2 logics for the same process1 vote
Store can offer Surveys and polls regarding product lines or feedback to improve the store.
Can be initiated by links or popup module.
The feedback can be shown in data to the admin according to the settings and options.
This could also be used for Store competitions. Registered users only.
Enter to win, choose the answer option A or B. (opt in to Newsletter, store just gained 1000 subscribers)1 vote
I suggest to implement Biocryptology like one of the options for login like other CMS software companies has done yet.
Biocryptology is an identification biometrical technology that is being used for making login without passwords, so the customers have a faster, convinient and safer way to register and conect with the online stores.1 vote
Need to be able to bulk delete users. For example, if there are 150 users (customers) and 50 of them are spam accounts, there needs to be a way to delete them other than one by one.1 vote
X-Cart should be integrated with vBulletin1 vote
Social login lets the user login with Facebook or Google, which appears to just generate the name and email? No shipping or address information
Why not let the user login with Amazon (Amazon Pay) or PayPal (PayPal Checkout) and also have their full address/ shipping already ready for an express checkout? The API is already there with various modules to handle this.1 vote
I would like the ability to insert a MailChimp Signup form on the front page.
Either a checkbox (if MailChimp Integration is installed) or
The ability to put MailChimps embedded form code in the Description area of the "Front Page" (currently X-Cart changes much of the HTML if you try to paste the code in).1 vote
Optional for when the customer enters name and email that the info can be collected to MailChimp as the customer is interested in specific future or out of stock products1 vote
Admin should have the right to approve or disapprove new registered customer and or membership level.1 vote
would like wishlist to allow user to request and item that they would like that may not be a current products. It should be in suspense just like when a user posts a review.
Right now wishlist only allows you to pick from products currently on the site.1 vote
1 voteVyacheslav Petrov responded
There is a module for Drupal users (http://code.google.com/p/kayako-loginshare/) that more likely will work when LC runs in a connection with Drupal. So, this idea is about integrating the stand-alone LiteCommerce version with Kayako.
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