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    Hey @Daniel, thank you for adding your idea! Are you only interested in the shipping cost report or are you looking to generate several weekly/monthly reports? Would this just be for you or for other eyes as well?

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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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    We also need this for our primary order flow. The use cases must be many, even if we don't market this feature proposal for you. Essentially, ANYONE who has multiple dropship partners working with them to fulfill orders (aka a very common business model on the internet) needs this feature, because a customer can VERY commonly check out with one product from one dropship partner, and another product from a different dropship partner, and so on. That's not an edge case. That's a common use case. Manually splitting the orders seems to be a perfect example of a repetitive and formulaic task that the software should be doing instead of a person.

    All of the products are named, or have SKUs, so it's easy enough for the user to list out which products would be in one basket, and others in another, given the simple UI to create split groups and list products there...

    Why is this feature taking so long? It seems pretty straightforward from a programming standpoint (I am a developer). Pseudo code would be like...
    // if order's line items match rule...
    // Loop each line item
    // split order into as many orders as there are matching line items in different product groups marked for splits...
    // done!

    It's something one programmer could do in a month or two. You guys probably have dozens if not hundreds of programmers. It's a pretty common business case.
    Why has it been 5 years?

    I am available to help develop this, if needed, but I have a 10 person company, I think you probably have a lot more resources than I do. Please make this feature happen!

    Thanks!

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