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New Feature for Ebay Orders


Feb 24, 5:09 PM CST

I have a request for a new feature.
I sell on Ebay.  I fulfill Ebay orders using Amazon FBA and I also fill orders myself by Merchant fulfilled.
I use a service to list my inventory from Amazon onto Ebay for me.
This service sends me both orders fulfilled by Amazon and orders fulfilled by me.
I would like to see a feature update that would allow me to check a box under "Store" (on the SE orders page) for Ebay orders that are either FBA or MF.
Why? I process and ship MF Ebay orders same day.  Ebay orders that are processed and shipped by Amazon FBA take up to 2-3 days to process.  Those orders remain on my SE "Orders" page and could be accidentally shipped twice. (once by Amazon and once accidentally by me)
Having this visual of a Ebay order being FBA or MF would really save me time.
Al B/ Denise K Craig




We greatly appreciate your post to our feature request forum, your detailed explanation is very helpful! Active feedback like yours helps us to consider what future features to look into.  

We have logged your request and it will be under consideration for prioritization. If there are any updates, we will be sure to update this post. Also if we hear this request from other customers, we will be sure to direct them to share their feedback here as well!

Bria B. [ShippingEasy] 0 votes
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We also ship some ebay orders ourselves, but have Amazon FBA ship out some eBay orders via MCF.

What we have done is set up shipping rules so that based on certain criteria ShippingEasy will automatically send the orders we want to Amazon for them to fulfill. Then ShippingEasy will also pull the tracking information when it ships and apply it to the order which will put it in eBay for us.

This makes it totally handsoff and also immediately sends those FBA orders to Amazon right away so they can get fulfilled quicker, and also gets the tracking uploaded to eBay as fast as possible - it eliminates waiting on a human to do those simple things.

Usually our rules are triggered per item SKU or by category- if we assign certain category names to groups of items that are all FBA fulfillment then it is easy to use a single rule for multiple items.

I'd recommend looking into this, sounds like it could save you a lot of time and hassle.

Evan Meinerts 0 votes
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Hi Evan,

Thanks so much for that recommendation!

Bria B. [ShippingEasy] 0 votes
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