ShipStation: We do not currently offer a way to remove the ShipStation logo from the Branded Tracking Page.
ShipStation: The answer to this one is a little bit complicated. The short answer here is that there is not a way to automate or sync stock count from BigCommerce natively in ShipStation without a third party. However, we do have options that will allow you to view existing inventory from external inventory sources.
Setting this up will allow you to view your external inventory from the Order Details directly.
Setting this up will populate the Total Available column in your Products Grid.This feature is supported for the following inventory sources.
ShipStation: Yes, you can have as many stores connected as you would like even if they are different stores using the same selling channel as a host.
ShipStation: If you are using our Multi Package Shipment Feature, each individual package will have its own tracking number and label, but there will be a master tracking number that will track all included packages. The customer’s notification email will contain the Master tracking number. If you are not using this feature and are shipping multiple shipments at different times, then it will only send one tracking number per email notification.
ShipStation: You can view your balance and reports under Settings> Carriers & Fulfillment. To see your reports you can click on the gear icon next to your carrier services account and then click “View Reports”. This will show you all postage purchases and carrier adjustments directly from Stamps.
Also if you are wanting to see balance history from within ShipStation instead you can navigate to Insights>reports> Account Balance History and choose the provider you want to view.
SkuVault: We have automated picklist printouts and wavepicking session filters that can quickly identify and group orders by carrier for picking.
SkuVault: Organizing new products: If using SV it doesn't matter how you organize them in your warehouse (if that is where you meant). We use a dynamic location system so when a slot is empty you fill it, record where it is and place the product there. No need to group items together since you have an accurate record of where everything is.
Account for sales from craft sales: Not sure where these sales are taking place, I'm assuming two places 1. Etsy 2. Craft Shows.
ETSY: Sales will be accounted for in whatever system is pulling in that information. SV can pull in sale info from ETSY to record it.
Craft Shows: For ease of record keeping it is best to track the inventor you take to the show, then track the inventory you bring back. The difference is sold. If you price using a SkuSystem it's easy to record SKU and Price of each item sold, doesn't take much time in person, can be added later to track down to the SKU
Usable reports: These are available in the SV system by using the variety of reports we offer. The sales report can be manipulated in multiple ways as can most of our reports.
SkuVault: Since SV is the center of truth for your inventory count it doesn't matter that these sites don't work together because SV will update inventory counts to each one based on each sale from any/all platforms. EX: Sell an item on Shopify, inventory updates then updates ALL marketplaces with the new count. SO that one sale creates a trigger to update: eBay, ETSY, Amazon, and anywhere else connected. FYI, SV has an open API to connect nearly any Marketplace that we do not have a native connection to.
SkuVault: With the SV reporting system we can guide you on which products are selling, where they are selling, and when to restock. You determine your stock levels, we monitor the rest.
Patrick: The biggest milestone to date was our launch at Whole Foods Market. That's a very tough retailer to get into. We're homegrown in Austin, so that was a huge goal of mine.
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