147 votes50 comments · Product Feedback & Fresh Ideas » Order Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for your feedback! We’d like hear other scenarios from other users so we can revisit this idea. What specific workflow requires shipping unpaid orders? What is the most frustrating thing about having to ensure orders are paid for before you ship them (or mark them as paid)? We look forward to hearing more from you!
An error occurred while saving the commentTyson Walters Shed Defender commented
for wholesale orders, its always net 30, net 60, etc.
its kind of ridiculous we cant ship orders that are in the awaiting payment section. I cant send these orders to my fulfillment center becuase they wont go to awaiting shipment. this needs to be fixed ASAP
254 votes66 comments · Product Feedback & Fresh Ideas » Returns Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Hi @everyone! Thanks for your input, we’ve added the ability to mark products on your branded returns portal as non-returnable. By default, all products are returnable.
Here’s more information on returnable products: https://help.shipstation.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001512811
We will continue to review modifying return reasons and adding notes when a customer selects the return reason as “other”.
25 votes2 comments · Product Feedback & Fresh Ideas » Order Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Hey @James, thank you for posting this! Manual orders are ones that are the most flexible since they are created in ShipStation, and your store’s orders should remain largely untouched as they are the most accurate source of information.
Have you looked into using order tags, internal notes, or custom fields to store this information? You can create filters for any of the mentioned fields—and they can be included on packing slips—so locating these orders and shipping them will be easy once you have everything set up.