Currently, I can only batch fullfill labels if the orders appear on the same page within Ricemill, any order that sits outside the first page, even if it gets selected, it doesn't get added to the batch for some reason. I'm not sure if this is just a bug or intended feature, but would be good if we can batch fullfill any order we pick thats within Ricemill.
Ability to cancel/refund label
It would be nice to be able to compare rates and print labels for Aramex too.
Manually create labels that are not attached to an order. We create labels to send to our customers for returns or we create them and send them to our suppliers sometimes to send stuff to us.
Pay for labels using PayPal, as AusPost doesn't accept AMEX.
Would be great to have the ability to mark PICKUP orders as fulfilled from the Ricemill orders screen
Support multi-locations in shopify. So if order are fulfilled 1 to 1 with the location they were sold in
Sync product data in Ricemill/Shopify like weight and HS code if changed in Shopify/Ricemill
The option to select multiple orders and assign the same parcel dimensions/weights within a batch fulfil prior to clicking into each order.
It would be nice to be able to bring WooCommerce orders into the app as well. So, that we can fulfil orders from both platform in one screen.
It would be awesome to pull Etsy orders and automatically ship once fulfilled. Currently I use another 3rd party app to pull Etsy orders on Shopify however still manually enter the despatch information on Etsy.
In instances where a number of orders are being sent via the same service, it would save considerable time if all of those orders could be selected from the Batch Fulfil screen and assigned the same service. I am using 'If it packs it posts' flat rate satchels. Currently all my orders fit in the same sized satchel (medium). Presently I must individually assign the service to each order. For my last batch I had to repeat this identical task 23 times. If it could be done once it would save me and others a lot of time. Thanks for your consideration.
Add DHL integration to compare rates and print labels.
Would be helpful to see amount we actually charged for shipping and the cost that was charged by the courier in 1 report without the need to click on each individual order to see Thanks Chris
Currently, sendle pricing is by size. But most of the time, we are comparing Australia Post vs Sendle flat pack rates.