Product data comprises various components. There are product titles, descriptions, stock status, product images, etc., that are considered product data as a whole. Product images are the most important among them.

This article will help you understand how to export WooCommerce products to a CSV along with their images using the free Product Import Export Plugin for WooCommerce.

Apart from allowing you to easily export images and other product data, it also generates thumbnails, re-use product images from the media library, etc.

Steps for Exporting WooCommerce Products with Images

By following the below steps you will be able to export WooCommerce products along with their images.

Step 1- Installation of the Plugin

To install the plugin either go to or navigate to Plugins > Add New from your WordPress admin dashboard.

Enter ‘Product export’ keyword to the search box.

It is the plugin with the highest active installation count. Once you Install and Activate the plugin, go to your WordPress dashboard and navigate to WooCommerce > Product Import-Export.

Step 2 – Set up and Configuration

Clicking on the highlighted menu takes you directly to the import settings page of the plugin. As we are concentrating only on the product export process in this article, let’s click on the Export option next to the Import button.

The below screenshot displays the export settings page of the plugin.

Product export settings

Configure the following settings

Offset – Enter the number of products you wish to exclude or skip from exporting. If you don’t want to skip any products you can leave the filed empty. If you give offset as 100, only products from product id 101 will be exported.

Limit – Here you can configure the total number of products to be exported from your store. If you leave it empty, all products will be exported. If offset is given 100 and limit as 1000, products with id up to 1100 will be exported.

This product export plugin supports a bunch of filters for enabling custom export of products. You can configure the following filters as you need.

  • Product – Select one or more products from the drop-down if you wish to export specific products
  • Product category – Select categories to export products by category
  • Product tags – Export products by product tags
  • Product status – Export product by product status (Draft, Published, Private, etc)

At last, you can edit the CSV column header names as you prefer, if you are okay with the default name, you can click the Export button to export products.

This will download a CSV file containing all product data along with the URL path to images.

Here is the exported CSV of the products. (The CSV has been cropped to give you a better view of the exported product URLs)

exported CSV including images URL


Exporting products along with their images won’t be a concern anymore if you add the WooCommerce import export products plugin to your WooCommerce store. I hope the article has been helpful to you.

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