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    Hi, @Craig! Thank you for taking the time to bring this one up! We’ll keep it in mind when updating our reports, but for now we’d like to see what interest there is from other users before moving forward.

    If you’re interested in this idea, please let us hear you! Comments count, too!

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    Fredwarner1 commented  · 

    I wish this idea got more traction because it seems pretty important for a large inventory where tags are updated in bulk.

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    Hi, @everyone! Can you help put this into perspective and add how often (relative to your single page packing slips) you’re needing to print additional pages?

    For example, in a week 3/4 of your orders require a single page for packing slips and the remaining 1/4 require 2 pages; very rarely does an order need more than 2 pages.

    Fredwarner1 commented  · 

    It's pretty rare but we were just hit by this problem twice in the last week. One order we caught but the other we didn't. Each order had 8 or more line items, so using the half sheet packing slip some items were cut off (with no way to know that they were).

    We can't switch to a full sheet packing slip as this is only a problem on a few orders out of 20,000+ per year.

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    Fredwarner1 commented  · 

    Having the ability to change State through an automation rule would be very helpful here. In a batch of 100-200 shipments, there will often be 2 or 3 going USPS to PR (or other territories). Having the errors and having to manually change addresses really puts strain on our process. It seems like it shouldn't be too difficult to add one more Action in automation rules. You can already filter by State.

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