During your busy holiday shipping season, we know time is of the essence, especially when it comes to managing orders and purchasing labels. That’s why we updated our Orders page so you can fulfill orders faster and save time managing bulk orders.
Most notably, you can now easily switch between single and bulk edits and use the new side panel to streamline your purchase flow.
If you’re new to Shippo, you can start using this new experience today. If you’re an existing customer, you’ll see the improved experience by October 28th.
As you can see in the video, we’re introducing a side panel to the Orders page, similar to the Shipments page update we made a few months back. Here’s a deeper look into what to expect with Shippo Orders:
Customize Your Selected Orders View
We made it easier for you to focus on a select group of orders using a new feature to “view selected only.” This view will reduce time spent searching for selected orders and allow you to easily make changes for those selected orders. Even better, you’ll be able to switch back and forth between single and bulk edit while maintaining a consistent purchase flow.
Get a Better Summary View
When managing multiple orders at once, we now make it easier to view selected rates and purchase labels. You can also compare carrier rates for a group of orders and see rate totals by service levels in bulk purchase flow. This new summary view even provides visibility into extra features that impact your overall bottom line – like return labels.
Streamline Views – No Matter How Complex the Group of Orders
As you increase sales to a broader customer base, you likely have more complexity within your orders – multiple states, multiple parcel types, and shipment extras. This calls for having multiple package templates, which can now be easily found with our new search bar.
With the improved orders page, you can now see the state of your mixed orders within the bulk label purchase flow. We’ve also added protections so you don’t override your selections for an entire group of orders. These guardrails, which include better warning messages, nudges, and hard stops, help to limit any possible human error when ordering labels.