If there are many orders then you can search and filter orders to process the specific orders.
You can add an order manually by clicking on this tab.
You can see the details of
It includes the details of the product(s) orders such as name, quantity, SKU, weight, price, total price, shipping charge, taxes, etc.
The date and time when the order was received or accepted.
The name and email id of the seller to whom the product belongs.
The complete address of the customer where the order will be shipped. You can also edit the address.
The complete billing address of the customer. The billing address can be the same as the shipping address. You can also edit the address.
The details of the customer such as name, email id, and phone number.
The financial status of the order. The status can be paid or pending. If the financial status is pending, you can mark the order as paid manually by clicking on Mark As Paid button beside it. Click on the button and add the details like payment mode, reference id, description, amount, and create the transaction.
The balance amount of the order that is pending to pay.
You can send the payment link to the customer by clicking on 'Recieve Payment' button, to complete the payment.
The number of the invoice generated for the order. If the invoice has not been generated, you can generate it by clicking on the Print/Generate Invoice button beside it. You can print the invoice when it is generated.
This field shows which device is used to place the order. The device can be desktop, mobile, and tab.
The domain on which the order is placed.
The IP address from which the order is placed.
The details of the fulfillments are shown here. If no fulfillment is created, you can create fulfilment by clicking on the Create Fulfillment button.
All the transaction details related to the order are listed here.
The note is raw plain information used for internal communication. For example, you can leave notes regarding the order to your seller.
You can add metafields to add extra fields to store data structured data such as estimated delivery time, delivery boy, etc.
Let us now take a look at the actions we can perform on the order summary window:
If you have processed an order manually through a third-party logistics provider, click on Mark as shipped to record the shipment details. You will be required to enter the AWS number and the service provider name. An email notification will be sent to the customer.
To reschedule a shipment, first, you need to cancel the shipment. Then go back to the order, click on the Actions tab against that order and reschedule the shipment. You need to follow all the steps similar to Shipping an order while rescheduling shipment.
Fulfillments gives you finer control on fulfilling the orders than just shipping the entire order. You will have to enable partial fulfillment in the Store Settings to use this feature. You can create fulfillment for all items or a
You can cancel the order by clicking on this tab.
You can duplicate the order by clicking on this tab.
You can also generate the invoice for your order by clicking on this tab.
You can also take a print of your order summary by clicking on this tab.
You can also regenerate the invoice for your order by clicking on this tab, in case you have made changes in the invoice template.
You can resend the order confirmation to the customer and/or the seller using this command.
You can add additional information to your orders in case you want to pass such information to your customers after they have placed an order.
You can view the history of all the actions you have performed on an order, by clicking on this tab.
You can return a shipment from the closed orders tab.
Go to the Closed Orders tab. Select the order which needs to return and click on the ellipsis button. Choose Return Shipment from the drop-down.
Click on Return Shipment will redirect you to the Ship Now section. Here you schedule the pickup.
Enter the pickup address from where the package is to be picked and the address where the package is to be dropped such as warehouse etc.
Notes and metafields are used for internal communication and not shown on the storefront while when you use Add Information feature, the data is visible on the storefront.
Notes are the unstructured information visible in plain text but metafields are the structured data and can be extracted in the excel format.