Speed isn’t an important factor for only your store’s frontend. A snappy backend is just as crucial to manage your store with ease and make quick changes whenever needed.
Working efficiently on your WooCommerce admin panel is the key to being productive. It also frees up your time to do more essential stuff for your WooCommerce store’s success, like online marketing.
Below are a few ways to fix a slow WooCommerce dashboard.
Frontend Optimizations First, Backend Optimizations Second
Does the problem only occur with the WordPress admin dashboard and not the whole website? If it’s the latter, then apply all the optimizations listed earlier first.
Why? Because in most cases, making your WooCommerce store load faster on the frontend will optimize the backend too. We can attribute this to freeing up resources on your server.
If your admin dashboard lags even after optimizing the frontend, then carry on with the bloat removal and updating everything on your site.