Doug Johnson Year

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    Hey @josesepulveda! Thanks so much for taking the time to bring this up! Can you tell me more about the orders you’re splitting? For example, are you always splitting off one particular product because it may be too large to fit into one box?

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    Doug Johnson Year commented  · 

    This would save us a substantial amount of time.

    We do a lot of print on demand products that fulfill by the print on demand company - we also have multiple products that ship from a couple different warehouses - none of these are drop ship products.

    While splitting them manually works perfectly fine - it's definitely a time sink and there leaves room for human error in terms of accidentally marking a product that is fulfilled from the wrong location which ends up with the customer not receiving their product and us not being completely aware of it until they let us know.

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    The ability to automatically split items into separate shipments is now on the ShipStation product roadmap.

    We will set this request to completed once the feature has been officially released.

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    Doug Johnson Year commented  · 

    This would save us a substantial amount of time.

    We do a lot of print on demand products that fulfill by the print on demand company - we also have multiple products that ship from a couple different warehouses - none of these are drop ship products.

    While splitting them manually works perfectly fine - it's definitely a time sink and there leaves room for human error in terms of accidentally marking a product that is fulfilled from the wrong location which ends up with the customer not receiving their product and us not being completely aware of it until they let us know.

    Doug Johnson Year supported this idea  · 

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