How to: Filter shipments in SHIPMENT HISTORY

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Filtering the SHIPMENT HISTORY page allows you to quickly view and group shipments by a specific criteria.

Here are a few ways you may wish to filter, to see:

  • International shipments
  • All the shipments in a Batch
  • Shipments created within a specific date range
  • Only shipments that haven't been delivered

To filter shipments:

  1. Navigate to the SHIPMENTS tab and select SHIPMENT HISTORY.

  2. There are up to 11 ways to filter and find specific shipments.

    View Filter details

    Fulfilled By Filter FBA shipments by Amazon store. Only visible if an Amazon store is integrated with your account. Learn more.
    Store Filters by store.  
    In The Last Filters shipments processed in the last:
    • hour
    • 4 hours
    • 8 hours
    • 24 hours
    • 7 days
    • 30 days
    • 60 days
    • 90 days.
    Date Range Filters by date range. Limited to 90 day ranges, and up to 120 days previous.
    Carrier Filters by the shipping carrier used.  
    Destination Filters by destination:
    • Domestic (USA)
    • International only.
    Delivery Status Filters by the current USPS delivery status:
    • New
    • In Transit
    • Delivered
    • Delivery Error
    • Unknown.
    Limited to USPS shipments.

    *Filter may not be available if you have connected a personal Endicia account to ShippingEasy.
    Store Update Exceptions View shipments that have encountered problems sending shipment updates to your store.  
    Status Filters by label status:
    • Label Ready
    • Label Printed
    • Label Failed
    • Cancelled
    • Drop Shipped
    Batch ID Filters by the batch ID number assigned during group batching and printing. Limited to labels grouped and printed as a batch.
    Returns Filters shipments by:
    • Prepaid Returns. Learn more
    • Scan Based returns. Learn more


  3. These cells are drop-down menus that contain check boxes or lookup fields. When an option is specified, the page will only display shipments that match the filter criteria. 

    For example: "In The Last" allows you to check for orders shipped up to 90 days before. But with the filter setting shown, only shipments created in the last 7 days will be displayed.


  4. The filter boxes stack. If you have multiple boxes checked, then the only shipments that meet all of the specified requirements will be displayed. You can even check boxes from more than one cell!

  5. Filters are saved per user login session. If you need to change or clear the filters, click the Reset option at the top of the filters.


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How to: View order details on the SHIPMENT HISTORY page
How to: Search shipments


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