Remember Weight

There are 2 ways to select ship method and weight for orders in Teapplix

  1. You can select an ship method and weight directly on the open orders page. Once you save the ship method and weight, the order will no longer use any remember weight rules in the future.
  2. Use "remember weight" rules that will apply to orders with same item / quantity.

You can edit remember weight rules by clicking on the "remember weight" link under open orders. There is also a bulk upload facility under the "Inventory" tab.

Remember Weight specify rules for items with the following lookup key:

  1. The item SKU (or item name if SKU is not assigned)
  2. The "shipping class" assigned to the order. (Standard, Economy, Expedited, SecondDay, One-Day)
  3. The quantity of the item

Note that if you have a rule for a single quantity, and you get an order with multiple quantity, Teapplix will try to multiple the weight by the quantity, and keep the shipping method the same. If you do not like the result, you can do remember weight for the specific quantity and program in separate weight and shipping methods.

Remember Weight Screen

Remember Weights option allows 5 different shipping classes:

Second-day (domestic only)
One-day (domestic only)**("Next Day" on Source Shipping = "One day" in Teapplix)

You need to fill in method for all 5 classes that are offered. If any are left blank and the buyer chooses a shipping class that you have not assigned a value to, Teapplix will show the weight for that order, but will put in a "default" shipping method.

Dimensions and Package Count

You can remember dimension also as well as weight + shipping method. If the carrier is FedEx, UPS, you can also remember an "identical package count" to produce multiple labels with the same method, weight and dimension.

Notice that the dimension and package count is only applied when you have a single order line item. Teapplix currently are not able to merge multiple SKUs with remembered dimensions and box counts. In that case, only shipping method and sum if weight is applied.

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