Scan and Verify Product UPC to make sure to Ship right product and Quantity
Ability to Scan and Verify the UPC code of the product get shipped for the individual order.So, this will eliminate the WRONG item being shipped and Wrong Quantity being shipped. Also "Ship Order" button activates only when the right product(s) is scanned and right quantity is scanned for the order.Products that does not come with UPC may be shipped by manually entering item SKU in the barcode scan field.
Scan to Verify and Print is now AVAILABLE in the new version of ShipStation, and also now supports product identification by UPC, SKU, or both values.
We will mark this feature complete once Scan to Verify is a standalone mode from Print.
Additional features, settings are also in the works. Thank you all for your continued patience.
Hi @MrFent37, thank you for checking in. This idea is still on our radar and we're still interested in pursuing a way to help you verify your shipments. Currently, we don't have a timeline but will reach out to the active folks here in the product feedback forum when we have questions.
Eric Baker EasySpheresLLC commented
Where are we on the development of this? I am getting ready to bail on you guys if you cannot reply.
Another year almost over, coming up on 6 years since this TOP VOTED FOR feature was requested. Come on Shipstation, at least tell us you have no plans on ever doing this, if that be the case.
Jeffrey Serini Paragon Fitness LLC commented
A must have. We have started with Groove Packer also simply because ShipStation doesn't offer a scan and verify.
previous system that I use would require me to scan invoice to print than scan the product again to make sure it's the correct item, this is very helpful
StickerTalk, LLC. commented
As our number of orders per day grows this becomes more critical to our business. Does anyone know of a third party that integrates with ShipStation that can provide this capability?
Jonah Mack Sullivan RV commented
Yes, this would benefit many of us. My shipping staff occasionally will send out the wrong item. If we could have Shipstation automatically select the oldest open order with the scanned UPC that would decrease our shipping time significantly and decrease wrong item's being sent drastically. The less human error we put into the equation the greater the experience for all involved. We would just need to upload all of our product UPC's, or better yet have Shipstation pull that data from Channel Advisor (or other inventory management solutions) when the orders import. We were using shipping easy for awhile, but we switched to ShipStation for the extra features and overall ease of use. We would love to help make ShipStation more robust and it will help many sellers. Thanks!
Aaron Soule Blue Sky Fibers commented
Having this feature is extremely important to all of us who have commented. Some of us are using yet another software to help fulfill this need; we are using GroovePacker which means we have one more software license to pay for. ShipStation could drastically improve their product by adding this feature, and it would save money for many of us.
Spencer Sanders Picky Pickertons commented
This would make shipstation perfect in my opinion. Employee mistakes are my number one bad mark in the ecommerce world.
Troy Eckburg Outdoor Photo Gear commented
I am sure someone has already said this but SKUVault is the best solution for this part of one's e-commerce operations. They do a ton more than this but it is one of the best time saving features of their platform. I am not paid by or an employee of SKUVault.
Yes yes yes! Love this! I'm looking for third party software to do this for me but I would LOVE to stick to ShipStation for as much as possible.
I agree this would be huge feature for shipstation. We sell 25,000 different SKUS so there is alot of items our shippers never see before. Verification is very important.
1) Scan packing slip
2) Scan Barcode
3) Will give you a green light if barcode matches order, red for fail. Won't let you ship unless green.
Carolyn / CS United By Blue commented
I really need the ability to scan UPCs while packing an order so that my team can avoid errors. We already use ShipStation for picklists, so we'd like to scan while picking and packing in ShipStation also. Then a feature could be toggled on an off not allowing a shipment to get shipped until it's been scanned and completely packed.
Alecia Breeggemann Premier Pool & Spa commented
Why is this not completed? It was planned and is back to under review.
Dave King Albion commented
Please. Just, please.... This feature would allow us to continue to use Shipstation. We need the ability to scan items as we pack to increase accuracy. Have been waiting for this and will eventually need to find another solution as we continue to grow due to the importance of this feature.
Thanks for listening.
Since this is the most voted for request (by almost twice as much as #2 on the list) I'd say that this discussion is still "active" I'm not sure what else we can say to get the developer's attention. This most recent comment by shipstation seems to be a general reply that I've seen in many other threads. I wonder if they even read this, or better yet, if we could get an actual answer about this particular topic. It's been over 5 years people!!!
matthew kinneman bully max commented
Hey guys, I see that the status went from planned, to under review. Also, the first time it was planned was back in 2013. Is this something that is do-able? or should we look elsewhere. Thank you.
Jean-Pierre Brunet Le Panier Francais commented
Hi Shipstation Team,
The fact that this feature is not there is forcing us using another software that integrates with Shipstation, for inventory management of the channels and having this scanning feature to avoid the packing mistakes.
Will be great to have it with Shipstation.
This would be an incredibly useful feature for us! We have slow times in the winter and our full time staff will ship, but in the summer we hire more help and this would be an invaluable feature when it comes to newer staff that aren't as familiar with the product.