Tried using the acf_form() function inside a function hooking to the 'woocommerce_product_options_general_product_data' action.
While it renders the entire form (including the “update” button), the fields don’t save.
Tried it both with and without calling the acf_form_head() function beforehand (which I wouldn’t think would be necessary anyway). Tried both submitting the form by clicking the product’s “update” submit button and the “update” button rendered within the form itself.
I think I’d like this too. I’m still learning Woo and for now I just need 1 field so it’s no biggie, but I imagine ACF integrating with the Woo interface would be very helpful in keeping the UI clean when you’re doing more customization.
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