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.
One of the main reason we want to switch to V3 is the Bar-code scanner. However, the current workflow for the scanner is a major issue. We ship one item at a time from the order page. The issue with V3 is that in order to utilize the scanner, we need to go to a different tab every time "Scan tab" and enter the order number. That creates too many steps and reduce efficiency. I was expecting to have the scan feature on the order page with a verify button on each order when selected that triggers the scanner process. Or scanning the barcode would be the trigger to the scan operation. The current workflow would not work for us
William Love OG Racing commented
I'm amazed that this feature is not in Shipstation. Maybe call it Partial Shipstation? Let's hope the new feature rolls out the same time that UPS does their yearly rate increase in 2020. For us Shipstation has worked very well. We look forward to the Scan and Verify.
curtis morris Enhanced laser products commented
We currently use Jazva, but would like to come back to shipstation. Please add this feature.
Sandy Thornburgh Koinonia Farm commented
We need this so our packers can scan the items into the order and not ship it out if there is an error.
Much needed function. Will add value to the software to have this functionality.
Richard Beechy Heartfelt Creations commented
Is this feature still being considered? It is very much needed to have a Scan and Verify Product UPC to make sure to Ship right product and Quantity. Right now we have to use clumsy third party software that is not working very well with our ERP and Shipstation.
Kody Yates Gaby's Bags, LLC. commented
When will this be ready?? It's about time.
This feature is seriously needed and I would be willing to pay more for a premium extension.
Currently we're using Groovepacker @ $100/month. This software works pretty well and has saved us this much money on a monthly basis, however there are still occasionally errors and we've notified Groovepacker about the same many months ago with no fix in sight; they informed us of a workaround, but this was short lived. They are aware of the issue since at least March. Due to repeated errors, we're seriously considering an alternative
Shipping Admin Blood Run Tackle Co commented
Can we please get this done, what is the hold up? What are the workarounds? Is it time to leave Shipstation?
Matthew Kinneman bully max commented
From Sep 5, 2013 — "After reviewing your comments and our own ideas and notions about this project, we’re excited to say that we’re planning to build this feature. We’d still love to hear your feedback on what you need for this feature, so keep the comments coming!"
Is this no longer being planned?
Please add this! We are looking at other solutions as this is a needed function.
As everyone has stated over the past six years, this is the number one concern for Shipstation users. We will gladly pay more for this to offset development. Shipstation is great in so many ways and has vastly improved our efficiency.. let's make it better.
StickerTalk, LLC. commented
Can you tell us what the issue is with getting this implemented? 712 Votes and counting as of this post.
Our workflow would be:
1. Scan the Barcode on the packing slip
2. Scan the UPC of each product that was pulled.
3. If correct; print the shipping label.
4. If incorrect; pull correct product, scan it's UPC code, then print the label.
Hi, we are looking for a way to ensure that customers orders are accurately picked prior to shipment. An ideal scenario would be that Shipstation will not print a label until each item has been scanned as going into package. Each order has a list of numerous items, I need a way to scan each item to ensure the order is packed correctly, before a shipping label is generated.
Existing software is Shipstation, using "scan to print" feature, which uses barcode on Packing Slip to generate label
Hardware scanner is Wasp Technologies WCS3900 Barcode Scanner
Christy Lambert commented
This is exactly what I need. I actually am thinking about switching to another app because you guys do not have this feature.
Jason Wright RF Superstore commented
This functionality should be #1 on the development list. It's the most critical feature missing from ShipStation.
Huy Nguyen EZSMARTTRADE LLC commented
This is a very needed function please implement it
We need this feature badly! Please add
Robert Gueydan AURA CRYSTALS, LLC commented
This is a much needed function especially filling orders accurately. We already use barcodes to pull up orders, add barcodes to fill orders would be a time saver and insure orders are filled accurately. PLEASE add the ability to fill orders with barcode scans.
This is a very big feature and would definitely help us minimize shipping errors and help us to provide a better customer experience.
Ideally it would be possible to have the UPC listed out on the packing slip by each item, and in order to release an order for shipment, the person packing the order would have to scan the UPC on the packing slip, and then scan it again on the product, and if it matches it would give it a green light. If the second scan doesn't match, there would be an error that identifies a mis-match. In the event of a mis-match, you can try again, or override in the event a UPC changed, or the wrong UPC was put into the system initially.
It would also be necessary to indicate when a product will not have a UPC (or make use of a placeholder UPC that can be scanned to OK the order) if an item does not have a UPC assigned to it.
This feature should also take EAN and GTIN into account.