Quite often, we need to resubmit orders that went to the "Failed to FBA" status. For example, when there is a PO in the address fields, or if some address fields are too long.
Once the information is modified, it is unfortunately impossible to manually trigger the "Send to Amazon FBA" action, because the order # already exists in Amazon's database.
Adding a "Re-submit to Amazon FBA" with a different order # (by adding a suffix) would be great (right now, I have to submit manually the order in Sellercentral).6 votes
Add integration so you can fullfill ebay orders as well
So enable integration into Ebay as well, so ebay orders can be fullfilled6 votes
On the Edit order page in Woocommerce, once the order has been sent to Amazon, that would be great to have a link to the Order Details page on Sellercentral.
That would be a huge time saver!3 votes
The woocommerce plugin "WooCommerce Product Bundles" allows product bundles to be sold. NS FBA should look at the bundle sale and send each sku over to amazon in the order. This is necessary because "amazon bundle products" require inventory to be shipped and stored as a bundle sku which increases inventory requirements for the merchant.
Recommendation: integrate with the plugin and send the bundle order as the individual skus instead of a bundle sku.4 votes
Hi, Jon – thanks for the feature request! Have you tested and/or taken real orders for bundled products with NS FBA active and do you have the logs available for those orders? We’d love to analyze and look at what is happening behind the scenes. Can you please email those links from your order notes to email@example.com? Thanks!
Currently, FBA options are not included in any Bulk Action dropdowns.7 votes
Thanks, Jon. as we think about this a little more, that action would also need to actually submit each one to FBA, correct? And the only time it would really be applicable would be if multiple orders failed and then needed to be resubmitted to FBA. Is that right? Or do you have other use-cases for this feature?
Update prices in WooCommerce from the price in Amazon0 votes
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