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hlfactoryoutlet
First-timer (legacy)
Status: Investigating
We have customizable Packing Slips, how about custom Pick Lists?
156 Comments
lighthouseleds
New Contributor
'@Zcolander. Hopefully they make this happen soon. That kind of flexibility would be a huge step for many businesses.
ryan21
First-timer (legacy)
Honestly, just being able to edit the pick list exactly like you allow us to edit packing slip templates, would be incredibly helpful. All most of us seem to need to be able to do it make certain things bigger or smaller, or add/remove columns that populate with data that is already available in ShipStation anyway. The editor could uses the same "variables" like the packing slips use, like [Item Name], [Order Amount], and so on. just being able to tweak it a little bit would be amazing. Speaking for our company, we don't need the warehouse location column. It's wasted space, which is made all the worse by how oddly spaced the page is, even without pictures. Only 10 or 15 list items fit on a page. That's far too few. If we could just make the cell padding/margins smaller, and remove unwanted columns, we could get much more useful info per page.
lighthouseleds
New Contributor
'@ryanleber. Amen to that. It would be a huge step in the right direction for a LOT of the customers wanting this feature. From there, I'm sure many would have an added feature/tweak here and there.
jeremy12
First-timer (legacy)
Please please please! Maybe it can be a customizable "Item Demand Summary"
sales456
First-timer (legacy)
The items on the picklist is also in out of order for our case. We use Magento, which sorts the items correctly but once imported into ShipStation they lose their positions. You these two options for sorting items: - SKU - Name - Quantity Can you add a "Default" sorting option where ShipStation doesn't try to sort, it just lists the items as they appear in the CMS?
lighthouseleds
New Contributor
Any progress or update on the status of this request?
feedback
First-timer (legacy)
Hi @Nick Daniels Lighthouse LEDs , there is no update at this time. We are still working through other projects and have yet to get to this one. Thank you for your patience!
derek_kctool
First-timer (legacy)
We would love customizable pick lists. A few things we'd add if we could: -- Batch # -- # of line items (different from total quantity) -- # of orders -- a '+' in front of the # required if the number is greater than 1 - currently the number is bolded, which is nice, but adding a '+' would enhance the usability. -- Ability to sort on Warehouse Location then SKU - currently if multiple SKUs are in the same Warehouse Location, they will be grouped by Warehouse Location, but in a random order. The only way around this is to append the SKU to the Warehouse Locations for all our products, which is hacky and messy. -- Ability to resize text, columns, margins, etc. - currently about 16 line items fit on one page for us on ShipStation's pick list, but using our old system, custom Volusion scripting, we could fit 34 without it being crammed. Part of that space efficiency was from having the Warehouse Locations pull in as line items rather than be repeated for each SKU in a column. That allowed the description to expand and usually fit on one line rather than two or three. Here's the one I developed for our team, which is generated from batched packing slip printing in Volusion. https://s3.amazonaws.com/kctool/athena/https___www.kctoolco.com_Receipt_PrinterFriendly.pdf
lighthouseleds
New Contributor
Fully customizable picklists are a must. I hate to say it, but I've looked at alternate shipping options just for this feature. That's how much of an impact it would have. With that said, I love shipstation and would like nothing more to see this feature come to life.
aaron26
First-timer (legacy)
This would greatly improve our efficiency by allowing us to sort in more than by item number or description. We have a logical item number system and our warehouse is laid out by year then item number and excel will allow us to sort in the exact layout of our warehouse, speeding up pulling and increasing accuracy. For now this is the biggest problem we have and it doesn't look like we are the only ones, with over 150 comments and this request being over 4 years old.