Some highly requested features were rolled out at Megaventory! We added some updates to our WooCommerce integration to make your order management process even more efficient.
Shipping Zones and Location Priority
In the WooCommerce interface, you are able to set custom Shipping Zones to match your customers’ addresses. Then, when preparing to ship out the products, you previously had to manually allocate which Inventory Location to fulfill the order.
But thank goodness that this is no longer the case! 🎉
From now on, the system can make this choice automatically. All you need to do is set up the Shipping Zones and pick the priority level for each location. You can find the instructions on our Knowledge Base.
Why is this important? Because you’ll spend less time and effort on WooCommerce order management. Also, this feature reduces the risk of human error by ensuring a consistent workflow across all orders.
Splitting WooCommerce orders between locations
Picture this: a client ordered multiple products from your eshop but you don’t have enough stock for every single SKU in the same Inventory Location. So what do you do?
Simple, let our integration do the work!
Megaventory is able to split the WooCommerce orders into multiple Sales Orders. These correspond to the Inventory Locations where the stock will be deducted from. This means you can ship the products independently, so you don’t have to wait until everything is back in stock in the same place.
What a time saver! 🤩
And even better, all the Megaventory Orders are linked together through the same Order Reference. This way, you can easily check the status of each order and make sure that everything is delivered correctly and on time.
Check our Knowledge Base to learn more about how this feature works!
Excluding locations from your WooCommerce store
You may want to prevent your e-shop from consuming stock from one or more Inventory Locations.
So, we made this simple for you by introducing the option to exclude locations:
Set a delay time for synchronizing orders
If you’re already using Megaventory for WooCommerce order management, you should know by now that orders are synchronized instantaneously between the two. But this option may not be ideal for all scenarios.
Whether you’re having a high volume of orders or something else is slowing down the performance of your e-shop, we’ve got your back!
You can set a custom delay time to sync everything whenever you find it most convenient:
Check this article to learn more!
New tabs are coming soon! 🤫
We’re committed to ensuring readability, no matter the platform.
Right now, we’re focusing on organizing the layout of our integration settings in a way that’s straightforward and easy on the eye.
We recently introduced a separate tab for Logs, and more are on the way!
Are you ready to connect your WooCommerce store with Megaventory?
Ștefania Bulgaru is a Digital Marketer for Megaventory, the online inventory management system that can help medium-sized companies synchronize stock over multiple stores. She believes that good communication can solve almost any problem and she likes to stay up to date with the latest digital marketing technologies.