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Thanks for bringing this up! We’ve reviewed your idea and the overall user feedback and are closing your idea to give your votes back since there hasn’t been any activity here in awhile. This allows everyone to use their votes on other ideas. The input you gave is still on our radar and your insights are greatly appreciated.
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The product team is reviewing your request and you’ll hear from us once we have made a decision.
Some additional feedback we would love to hear:
How often do you combine orders each week?
Are there times you do not want to combine orders even though they are going to the same location?
Feel free to add any more information that will help us make an informed decision by commenting here in the forum!
The only instance where you cannot automatically combine orders would be Seller Fulfilled Prime orders. For whatever reason, Amazon wants one tracking number per order and if you try to combine them, you're unable to create a label in ShipStation.
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Agreed. This is a game changer for us. ShipStation please implement this ASAP
Thanks for leaving your thoughts, everyone! We’re still reviewing this idea that has definite merit. For now, please leave your votes and comments to help keep this discussion active. Being specific in how this would affect your workflow and how you’re currently doing it will help our product team to implement new features.
We’re currently researching and gathering input on all the requirements for true profit reporting.
Also, we'd need a way to figure our payment processing fees into the calculations (unless they are directly imported from the payment processor, which might be possible with Paypal, but probably not as easy with others such as Authorize.net or similar services).
I'd like to make sure that the reports figure profit down to the per-transaction level. This is a major reason why we don't use existing solutions like Outright. They aggregate everything and you can't really drill down to see what line items are making you the most money, which items you might be losing on (to find pricing mistakes), etc.
Also, we'll obviously need a way to edit our product costs in bulk (via bulk upload or some other method) as we've already got hundreds of items in the system and editing them each manually will take forever.
This is what I can think of off the top of my head.