Import ConditionNotes field from Amazon
Currently ShipStation only pulls the Condition (New, Used) and Condition Subtype (Mint, Very Good, Good etc.)
It would be nice to have ShipStation pull the ConditionNote element from the order datatype so that our custom listing comments can be printed on our packing slips.
Hi everyone! Thanks so much for taking the time to bring this up and for adding your comments on what you’re doing today. At this time, some shipping carriers prohibit rate comparisons. We’ll let you know if we have more updates in the future here.
For now, we’ll return your votes so you can use it on other more active ideas. The input you gave is still on our radar and your insights are greatly appreciated.
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Suneel Mehdi Global Ecommerce LLC commented
I am not even getting the conditions, This can be a great Feature.
Adam Strickland Brass Tack Books commented
Is there any update on this ? I just joined today expecting to have access to most if not all of the relevant datatypes on amazons api for use in customizing the templates. ShipStation is of very little use to a used bookseller if you there is no ConditionNote element on the packing slip. It would not be very hard to have a default packing slip that is identical to Amazon's currently and I think a lot of booksellers would find great value in your service if you implemented that. In fact I was planning to spend hours to create that template just so I could use your service and not have to waste double the paper printing two sets of packing slips just to have the condition note included!