Yup, it’s that time again! A little update on all the tasty morsels added and updated within Ordoro this past month. There are lots of goodies in here so make sure to give it a nice gander.


Express Plan
Our Express plan has been updated to include the ability to update the “Location in Warehouse” via Data Import.

Data Import Updates
We’ve added some bulkiness to our Data Import feature. You can now add or remove product supplier assignments in bulk — but that’s not all! For Amazon sellers, you’re now able to update ASINs… in bulk!

Brexit Changes
For Pitney Bowes and DHL, we now offer a field when creating labels to the UK to enter your IOSS (Import One-Stop-Shop) number. For more information, please reach out to your shipping provider.

ChannelAdvisor Updates
With this update, Ordoro will import the UPC code when a product is created and save it within the app.

Bug Fixes

Every once in a while, you find something that could use a little fixin’. That being said, here’s what we fixed this past month.

Walmart users rejoice — product total and tax are now adding up correctly on packing slips! We also resolved a SKU import error with our Reverb integration. And last but certainly not least, users will no longer be able to delete presets if it is attached to an automation rule.

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Upcoming Changes

Merchants will see increased Order Import speeds in the near future. You’ll also have the option to auto-sync Product Imports.

GDPR Updates
We’re making updates to our eBay and Shopify integrations to ensure we are in compliance with GDPR rules.

Ordoro will import inventory quantities when a new product is created. However, we will no longer write back inventory for products with an unlimited inventory quantity.

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