This documentation has been updated as of 10/8/2021 to include both Endicia and ShipStation integrations.
Using any one of our shipping integrations, stores can easily export their orders from their IndieCommerce or IndieLite site to create shipping labels. This integration will export your orders in a CSV file which you can then upload into your chosen shipping software. Currently only stamps.com provides the option to import tracking information back to your IndieCommerce site.
The Bulk Order Processor is an IndieCommerce feature that will allow your store to process orders in bulk. It is especially helpful for moving orders from one order status to another or communicating with customers en masse. You can also use the Bulk Order Processor to send order emails to customers in bulk, add admin comments to orders in bulk, and print invoices. You can filter your orders by status, payment method, date, and/or SKU.
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The Stamps.com module allows you to export orders from your IndieCommerce site to Stamps.com. Once you process and ship these orders using the Stamps.com software or website, you can then import a file from Stamps.com to mark the orders as processed and email the tracking numbers to your customers.
First, ask IndieCommerce staff to enable the module for you. You can do this through the store features page:
Store > Configuration > Account Information and Preferences > Store Features
The Quick Note field provides Store and Order administrators a field in which notes may be added to an order and displayed on the Order Administration page (Store > Orders).
A couple of scenarios where other IndieCommerce stores have used this field:
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