Release note 9.5

Refined order search

We know how stressful it can be to look up an order for a client and not finding it, that's why we have added a new criterion to the mix, the zip code, to help you pin down those sneaky orders.

We have also made some changes to the display of results. We implemented infinite scroll on the results: just scroll down to display as many orders as needed.

Order in Store

Keep track of how much you sold

We heard you! We have added the possibility to take shipment fees into account in the order in store turnover, so you can easily compare it with the information retrieved from your payment provider.

Flexible client creation form

We know that the context of your Order in Store may vary from store to store, and that the customer creation form may need to vary accordingly. That's why we decided to make it more flexible, allowing the addition of custom fields and the removal of non-needed ones, so that it adapts to your needs, not the other way around.

New carrier integrations

Our carrier pool keeps on growing. We are now also integrated with AN Post in Ireland.

Improvements to returns on demand

The launch of a feature is just the beginning of its life cycle, as it's bound to constantly improve. This time we have focused on making the process smoother, which we have achieved by rearranging sections and fields and by adding some needed contextual errors.

Update item price per sales channel

Updating item prices should be as easy as possible, that's why we have gotten rid of our limitation of having to update the prices of an item for all the sales channel at once. Now you send them all at once, or separately, we will handle the rest.

And much more…

  • Improvements to the delivery promise to maintain performance under high concurrency

  • Returns on demand: IE11 support

  • Improvements on overall performance with the use of replicas of the databases

  • Improvements of order import error handling

  • Minor bug fixes