Understanding shipping with Sellercloud
Sellercloud uses its own powerful shipping software application, ShipBridge, to manage all shipping tasks. These include:
- Retrieving a tracking number
- Automatically sending it to the sales channel for the customer’s reference
- Allowing the sale to proceed
ShipBridge integrates with all shipping carriers, as well as Endicia ELS and DAZzle for postage and label printing.
In ShipBridge, shipping rates can be calculated based on carrier, service, and packaging method, and Sellercloud will import that information back into the Order Detail.
If you choose the shipping carrier and the service while taking the order, you have the option of locking them in to ensure your shipping department does not change it in ShipBridge: Check the Lock Shipping Method box to enable this feature. You can also return to any order to perform this action by selecting Lock Shipping Method from the Action Menu to enable this option.
See the various shipping statuses.
Learn how to set shipping preferences at the product level.
Using Sellercloud’s shipping settings
You can select several shipping-related preferences within Sellercloud, as described in the table below:
|Invoice and invoice-related settings||See the Invoice Settings topic for details.|
|Carrier credentials||Entering your carrier credentials lets you calculate shipping rates in Sellercloud. Click Company > Toolbox > Shipping API.
The Shipping Rate Calculator only works with UPS, USPS, FedEx and Endicia.
These credentials are also used to pull tracking and delivery information. You can read more about it here.
For Sellercloud’s original interface only: Do not use the FedEx (Old) API.
|Miscellaneous settings under Company > Toolbox > Shipping||