Sam Culshaw Urban Delux Ltd

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    Sam Culshaw Urban Delux Ltd commented  · 

    We moved to use they can handle currency and are always developing new features when requested by users.

    They are UK-based but may help some users here.

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    Sam Culshaw Urban Delux Ltd commented  · 

    This seems like a ridiculous thing to even be discussed, the fact that there is no resolution since 2017 or something is simply mind-boggling! Who nowadays who only sells to one currency market?! This should be considered fundamental functionality for a shipping platform.

    My suggestion to resolve this for the Woocommerce integration is simply to use the currency code field that is available on Woocommerce order/product data when importing the order. This is how other systems do it.

    Or if you cannot pull that data, maybe in your automation section, you can simply set a rule to set the currency based on the ship-to country? So "if country = US" Action: "set currency = USD". That way would also allow complete flexibility.

    I see you have a workaround where you can use product defaults to import SKU data and corresponding pricing data that can be used to override the price data on a product import, but this is less than ideal as, in our case, we have a large catalogue where the prices can change daily. Doing manual imports is therefore not viable. Maybe you could offer the option to pull a supplemental product feed for this purpose so it can be scheduled to run once a day or whatever is required?

    ShipStation is a great platform but I don't see it remaining the market leader for long if it cannot handle currency correctly...

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