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StoreFeeder Updates: January 2017
Posted by Adam Roberts on 17 May 2017 12:20

Last Modified by Adam Roberts on 17 May 2017 12:37

Improvements

As promised, we have made improvements to the processing speed of several key pages and features of our website:

  • iText report generation
  • HTML report generation
  • Warehouse and Channel Permissions pages
  • Orders Overview page
  • Listing Overview page

Keep an eye out for future updates, as we are continuing to improve the efficiency of our service.

Additions

Here at StoreFeeder, we think it is very important to reduce accidents when cloning. Now, if you are use the clone product feature, and you have multiple products selected, a confirmation check box will appear, to prevent unwanted products being created by accident.

We have added additional units of measure to your product information pages where necessary, to improve consistency across all of your pages.

We have added extra product information on order lines for your recognised products. When you are adding products to an order, a small ‘i’ symbol will be visible next to the product SKU. Hover over the icon to display:

  • Weight
  • MPN
  • Packaging Size
  • Packaging Quantity

We have added more functionality to the REST API. You can now include stock locations in your queries. For a full list of queries, go to http://api.storefeeder.com/V2/Help for more information.

Because we know there can be a wide variety of reasons why an order may be returned, we have added 2 new return options to the ‘Order Override’ feature:

  • To be re-sent
  • Not Received

Fixes

We noticed that some of your phone order channels were not appearing on your dashboard when filtering by company identity. We have fixed this so that all order channels now appear on your dashboard and can be filtered for appropriately.

We fixed a bug that allowed the saving and importing of products with a Packaging Quantity of 0.

Lastly, we removed the ability to order the same product twice when only 1 is in stock, as having multiple tabs open could let you order the product twice in some circumstances.

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