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Example of custom My Account endpoint.
class My_Custom_My_Account_Endpoint {
* Custom endpoint name.
* @var string
public static $endpoint = 'my-custom-endpoint';
* Plugin actions.
public function __construct() {
// Actions used to insert a new endpoint in the WordPress.
add_action( 'init', array( $this, 'add_endpoints' ) );
add_filter( 'woocommerce_get_query_vars', array( $this, 'get_query_vars' ), 0 );
// Change the My Accout page title.
add_filter( 'the_title', array( $this, 'endpoint_title' ) );
// Insering your new tab/page into the My Account page.
add_filter( 'woocommerce_account_menu_items', array( $this, 'new_menu_items' ) );
add_action( 'woocommerce_account_' . self::$endpoint . '_endpoint', array( $this, 'endpoint_content' ) );
* Register new endpoint to use inside My Account page.
* @see
public function add_endpoints() {
add_rewrite_endpoint( self::$endpoint, EP_ROOT | EP_PAGES );
* Add new query var.
* @param array $vars
* @return array
public function get_query_vars( $vars ) {
$vars[ self::$endpoint ] = self::$endpoint;
return $vars;
* Set endpoint title.
* @param string $title
* @return string
public function endpoint_title( $title ) {
global $wp_query;
$is_endpoint = isset( $wp_query->query_vars[ self::$endpoint ] );
if ( $is_endpoint && ! is_admin() && is_main_query() && in_the_loop() && is_account_page() ) {
// New page title.
$title = __( 'My Custom Endpoint', 'woocommerce' );
remove_filter( 'the_title', array( $this, 'endpoint_title' ) );
return $title;
* Insert the new endpoint into the My Account menu.
* @param array $items
* @return array
public function new_menu_items( $items ) {
// Remove the logout menu item.
$logout = $items['customer-logout'];
unset( $items['customer-logout'] );
// Insert your custom endpoint.
$items[ self::$endpoint ] = __( 'My Custom Endpoint', 'woocommerce' );
// Insert back the logout item.
$items['customer-logout'] = $logout;
return $items;
* Endpoint HTML content.
public function endpoint_content() {
echo '<p>Hello World!</p>';
// You can load a template here with wc_get_template( 'myaccount/my-custom-endpoint.php' );
* Plugin install action.
* Flush rewrite rules to make our custom endpoint available.
public static function install() {
new My_Custom_My_Account_Endpoint();
// Flush rewrite rules on plugin activation.
register_activation_hook( __FILE__, array( 'My_Custom_My_Account_Endpoint', 'install' ) );
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sebastienserre commented Jun 20, 2016


I'm on a Woocommerce 2.6.1 and seems that hook "woocommerce_account_' . self::$endpoint . '_endpoint'" on line 24 isn't fired :-s
ANy idea to help me please?

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Are you placing this code inside a theme instead of a plugin? If so, change the last line to:

add_action( 'after_switch_theme', array( 'My_Custom_My_Account_Endpoint', 'install' ) );

If that does not work, try refreshing your permalink structure.

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wgh000 commented Jul 11, 2016

I'm trying the same, but no endpoint action fired. Any idea? I created a plugin with just the code above, activated the plugin, but no action is executed when the user click on the My Stuff link... Also running on the 2.6.1 version

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wgh000 commented Jul 12, 2016

Resolved refreshing permalink structure as @chvillanuevap wrote. Just save Permalink options and your page will start working.

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am such a newbie, would you please pack it up in a plugin or something so i can install this since i really don't know how to make use of this code.

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very good it is working thank you 💃

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mtndev commented Oct 11, 2016

How would I insert the content from a WordPress page or redirect them to a WP page instead of echo <p>Hello World!</p>';

It would be nice if my clients could edit that page in the regular WP admin they have access to.

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Replace this function and add a template to your theme/woocommerce/myaccount/ folder.

public function endpoint_content() {
		wc_get_template( 'myaccount/my-custom-endpoint.php' );

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Can someone tell me what should be the plugin name folder and the name of the file.I tried to create the plugin but its not appearing at all.

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thrief commented Apr 10, 2017

Well done ! my plugin is ok. I was in trouble, however the solution was to set priority for this action ;
add_action( 'woocommerce_account_' . self::$endpoint . '_endpoint', array( 'My_Endpoint', 'function_content' ),10 );

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Gosh thanks for the code!
You have to re-save your permalink to make it work. However mine looks like this:

github edit my account woocommerce

Any idea which part of the code are making this?

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Great piece of code! Thank you so much for this. One question: How do I add two custom endpoints?

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Looltech commented Mar 30, 2019

@claudiosanches This example worked.

But I have another problem. I choose My-account as my static root page. The new point show 404 or post page.
Can you suggest away to solve?

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ugurterzi commented Apr 27, 2019

Perfect solution with the update by @coldfusion411
I just wanted to add something to the people who are new @WP development:
If you want to make it a plugin, the code should start with:

Plugin Name: My Plugin
Plugin URI:
description: My description
Version: 1.0
Author: My Name
Author URI:
License: GPL2

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MikeWP commented Oct 18, 2019

Great job! How i can change this code to add more than one endpoint page?

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This is helpful. Also this is also helpful

However, as @MikeWP says, how to add more than one custom endpoints? I would also like to know this.

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jrmel commented Mar 26, 2020

When I use this code I cannot use 'my-custom-endpoint' with the function "is_wc_endpoint_url()". Whereas "is_wc_endpoint_url()" works with the core WC endpoints to return a true value (e.g. "is_wc_endpoint_url('orders')" or "is_wc_endpoint_url('edit-address')"), the function returns empty (or false/"0" Boolean) when using 'my-custom-endpoint'. I've also tried other custom endpoints with the same problem.

Does anyone know what additional coding is required of the custom endpoints to be compatible with the "is_wc_endpoint_url" function? I'd really like to be able to utilize this function for conditional logic on custom tabs. Thanks!

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Above endpoint is working fine. But now I want to open a new page as woo order listing is working. Please check this link

I want to list all offers and also I want to shoe each offer single details in the my account section. Please advice.

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4selin commented Mar 28, 2021

Does not work with conditional

returns false

add this to __construct
add_filter( 'woocommerce_get_query_vars', [ $this, 'add_query_vars' ], 0 );

and change add_query_vars()
public function add_query_vars( $vars ) {
$vars[self::$endpoint] = self::$endpoint;

	return $vars;

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