Craig DuAlba ScentBox.com

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    Thank you all for adding your ideas to the forum here! We’ll keep this in mind when updating our API; for now, we’d like to see what other users think about having return labels generated through the API before moving forward here.

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    Craig DuAlba ScentBox.com commented  · 

    please add ASAP, definitely needed to automate return process, we're in same boat about having to switch if this is not a feature in the API.

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    Hi, @Gordon! Thank you for taking the time to bring this up! We’ll record this feedback and keep it in mind when we’re designing features. For now, we’d like to see your idea gain support from other users before moving forward to help gauge interest while we research this independently.

    In the meantime, can you go into more detail about how you assign orders? Do you assign your staff members according to “orders ONLY with Product A” and then “orders with products A, B, C bought together”—or is your process more independent where two staff members will never touch the same product?

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    Craig DuAlba ScentBox.com commented  · 

    I really need this changed as well, in Orders > Awaiting Shipment, for the printing of packing slips. At the very least instead of you just arbitrarily giving it the name of (Multiple Items), at least show an actual item name, the 1st item or something.

    We print our pack slips sorted by Item Name, helps us speed up our pick and pack as in our warehouse inventory is sorted alphabetically
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    Problem is that when a pack slip has more than 1 item, you label the Item Name as (Multiple Items), this pack slip then just gets sorted with that as the name as opposed to an actual item name of ours.

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