As part of our ongoing efforts to make StoreFeeder the number one bespoke eCommerce solution, we are pleased to announce the first set of our September service updates. This time we have focused on adding more options for customising your order processing and packaging.
We will be announcing more functionality improvements in the run up to the Christmas period, so watch this space.
The following are due for release on 06/09/17.
Packaging maximum weight capacity
Our newest feature has been designed with packing in mind. You are now able to specify a maximum weight for each of your packaging types. When your orders import, StoreFeeder will be able to factor the maximum weight capacity of each box into calculations for the number of packages required for each order, alongside the usual package dimensions. This way, you can be sure that no box will break as a result of product weight, and your packaging lists will be organised as efficiently as possible.
To input a maximum weight capacity, go to Settings > Shipping Configuration > Packaging Sizes and input data in the new column as shown:
For more information, see Knowledgebase: How to set up Packaging Sizes.
VAT Customisation for eBay listings
We have made a change to allow you to change the VAT rate for each of your individual eBay listings. Usually, the VAT rate would be set by the product, but a field has been added on the Listing Details page, so you can easily reset the VAT rate depending on the eBay store the listing is in.
We have modified Picking Notes to accommodate longer pickbin names. Additional lines will now be created if the name exceeds a single line character limit.
APC Netdespatch labels
We now support multiple labels for orders despatched with APC Netdespatch.
When you manually adjust the number and type of packages on your orders, StoreFeeder will print the correct number of labels accordingly.
If you have any suggestions for improvements or further ways in which we can benefit your business, we would love to hear from you.
From all of us here at StoreFeeder, happy selling.
The StoreFeeder team
Published on: 4 Sep 2017 @ 11:22