Edit Order Weights | How To

For an order that imported with no weight or to change the weight and dimensions of an order, ShippingEasy offers options to edit weights for individual orders or for multiple orders at once.

Tip

If you have [weights saved to your Product Catalog], you can [rerun shipping rules] to assign those weights to orders with matching SKU's. Weight specific rules are not required, but at least one rule will need to exist.

Edit a Single Order Weight

To edit the weight of one order:

  1. Locate the order you want to edit and select the Action menu.

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  2. Select Edit Weight from the drop-down menu.

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Edit a Single Order Weight and Dimensions

If you need to make edits to your order weight and dimensions, you can do so right from the Orders Details box.

  1. Click on the line of the order you want to ship.

    Orders page one line item marked
  2. Review the Order Weight and Adjust Dimensions and update as needed.

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Once you have confirmed or finished updating the weight and dimensions, you can buy the label immediately by clicking Buy Label.

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If you would like to continue to edit order weights, click the X to close out the Order Details box.

Edit Multiple Orders with the Same Weight

For orders that are the same weight, you can bulk update their weights all at once.

  1. Select the order(s) you want to edit on the ORDERS page.

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  2. Click the More button.

  3. Select Edit Weight from the drop-down menu.

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  4. Enter the weight into the Edit Order Weight popup and click Confirm Edit.

Automate Your Weights!

For a faster, automated way of setting weights, ShippingEasy provides an easy-to-use feature called Shipping Rules. The [Estimated Order Weight Rule] is best suited to orders whose weight is not provided by a store.

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