Did you know that we make updates (both minor and major) to our platform every week? Check out this wrap-up of our most recent releases and product updates to stay informed about what you can do in ShippingEasy.
New in shipping
See your order data with ease (note: phased roll out)
You told us you wanted more detail and larger images. Done! and headed for your dashboard now. Our new Order Details view showcases important information like the recipient’s address, order notes and product images. From here, you can edit the order or click the arrow keys to display the next or previous order.
Auto save your order weights so you don’t have to!
Tired of weighing or editing each of your orders that are missing an order weight? ShippingEasy now gives you the option to remember order weights. As you edit weights for orders, we record these weights and apply them when the same combination of products is seen again. Check out the new automation settings to enable and make shipping the quickest part of your day.
Override the product name from your store
If the products you sell have very unique or long names on your store, you might want to simplify this for your customers when shipping their orders. Now you can! In your ShippingEasy product catalog, you can edit the name on a per-product basis, or do it in bulk. The product name override applies to order details, packing slips, pick lists, and email notifications to buyers. Learn how to override the product name used with ShippingEasy.
Print labels and packing slips by warehouse bin
ShippingEasy gives you multiple options to choose from when deciding the order in which your labels and packing slips print. The newest addition is to print by warehouse bin. On the Labels settings page, you can easily apply this new setting to save even more time when printing.
Print Amazon Prime labels faster with batch printing.
Amazon Prime is all about speed. Now, you can quickly batch print your Amazon Prime labels as they download into ShippingEasy. Choose your desired Prime orders to ship, then select your carrier, service, and package to print.
Remember, shipping Prime orders works a little differently—if just one Prime order in the batch is not eligible for a carrier service, that service will not be an option for the entire batch of shipments. See our FAQ for more information about shipping Prime orders.
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