Items Shipped Report by user or warehouse and not just by marketplace.
We love the layout and look of the Items shipped report. It basically looks like an invoice which is perfect for us as many of our orders are drop shipped. Our factory partner needs to invoice us for these orders and the layout of the orders shipped report is EXACTLY what we need. However, this report is only done by marketplace, not by user or warehouse. It would be fantastic to add those parameters to make this report more custom. Same for all of the report actually. Sometimes you want to see the same report across different parameters and it would be wonderful to be able to select the fields.
Thanks for bringing this up! We’ll keep this in mind for future updates, and at the same time we’d like to see your idea gain traction with other users.
Can you tell us more about why you’d like for the reports to have user and warehouse parameters? Is this all for your factory partner you mentioned? Or are you using user and warehouse metrics for other goals?
Feel free to add any more information that may catch the attention of others by commenting here in the forum!
Brian Stevens Lighthouse Wholesale LLC commented
In our operation it would be great to be able to see which User is processing each order. We can use this report/data for a number of things concerning user performance. We like to audit our shipments and currently it is time consuming to pinpoint which user is making mistakes and needs to be re trained.
Thanks for the update! It certainly helps outline the need for additional parameters to better analyze trends and performance among your users. We will continue to gather additional feedback from users and see what we can figure out on our end.
No.6 Store No.6 Store commented
This report would make it very easy for our factory partner to export a list of products they shipped and made for us, which would simplify the billing process. They would easily be able to see what products they shipped in order to charge us the correct drop ship fee as well as the different costs per style made. We all use this kind of information/reporting for accounting purposes in addition to reporting against popular styles, trends, etc. Does that answer your question?