Original post by user Matt Jackson
We sell internationally via an array of marketplaces. And having the international orders import in the native currency is fine, but the currency symbol or some indication that it’s not USD is needed.
The Issue: Presently the Native Currency is displayed in all Screens, Forms and Packing Slips as USD currency $, when it’s actually just a native integer, not USD at all.
Enhancement: When an international order is being displayed on any SS screen or form, simply show the appropriate currency symbol related to that marketplace/nation that the order is from.
So for example, this table would be rather simple to implement and eliminate this confusion:
Improving support for multiple currencies, and in general improving how ShipStation handles orders from orders sources in multiple countries, is a primary focus for ShipStation in 2021. We've done some work around international currency in ShipStation's new layout (formerly called ShipStation V3) - but those improvements are limited to orders imported from Shopify.
We've received a lot of feedback around this and hope to release these updates very soon. Keep in mind all of the updates will be in ShipStation's new layout. There are no plans to release these updates in ShipStation Legacy.
This is really an important update. We're having issues with customers that can't pay us because of inconstitencies between our own invoices currency and shipstation's customs forms currency.
We're a canadian company but our prices are in USD, and on the customs forms, the displayed currency is CAD.
I don't understand why this is so hard to implement. You have to let your users choose the currency per account or per order. Why is this so hard ? We're simply talking about a string printed on pdf documents (customs forms, packing slip etc).
Please this is a priority!!!
More action would be great on this. I'm unable to use the new layout because even when address standardisation is turned off on all the stores I manage it still does it and incorrectly changes UK and European addresses causing shipments to go to the wrong place.
Some of my customers that are UK based but charge in US $ because that is where their primary market is. When I ship the customs invoices use the dollar figure the customer paid but put it down as GBP which is a lot higher. Particularly painful for the European customers now they have to pay import VAT when purchasing from us and also Canadian customers. Its causing confusion, annoyed customers and extra paperwork.
This feedback request feature was changed to "Planned" a year ago this week and is still at that stage. It s one of the top 10 product feedback requests with over 300 votes.
This is not a minor issue as it results in the wrong dollar value being declared on customs documentation, which, as you can appreciate, is a pretty serious problem for us and the customer when discovered by customs.
This problem has existed since we started using ShipStation and really must be fixed. Soon.