Checkout Rules Engine: Show Cheapest Carrier only
Similar to the rule we have for importing orders. Only show the Cheapest result on checkout for customers.
Checkout Rates Rules: NO SHIPPING option
I would like to be able to specify that no rates should be returned based on the conditions.
Checkout Rates: Insurance flag
Provide rates based on a function enabled on checkout called "insurance" if it is enabled or not enabled. Then provide the rate to the customer for including insurance or excluding insurance
Checkout Rules: Apply multiple services for the same condition
I want only 2 services to show for Australia destinations. Currently due to the fact that once a condition is met no other rules of the same condition are applied I am unable to show 2 services for Australia, only 1 service. It would be helpful to be able to set either multiple services in one action, or have multiple rules with the same condition all apply on checkout.
Checkout Rules: Shipping Zones
Add a rule for shipping zones or automatically populate the postcodes for AU zones
Checkout Rates Rules: Apply multiple of the same action to one condition
I want all shipments going to WA to have a surcharge of 40%. Checkout rates rules only allows me to set a margin for one courier + service type (due to the fact that when one rule triggers, no others will trigger) Another example is I want to apply specific product codes to one condition (If perishable good, set only express services with dhl, auspost, startrack)
Package Dimensions with Multiple Items
Retailers with products that are large and volumetric often require: Rates at checkout (to ensure they charge correctly and do not affect their conversion rate by offering a flat rate that is too high, or lose out on margin with a flat rate that is too low. Rates in dispatch - to make decisions around which carrier to use. We currently support this for single items in orders (for certain platforms that make this available to us) and we do to some degree for multiple orders but not all the ways retailers have asked for. For example; if an order has multiple items there are a number of ways it can be packed and therefore affecting the rate returned by the courier. It would be ideal to offer a packing method in settings so that retailers can choose which method suits them. Some of the ways I have noted that retailers pack today are: Combine all items together in one larger carton/pallet - we are doing this to some degree Send each item seperately in their own carton Stack items Using the above 3 user story, here is a practical example: Order : 123456 Product A 40 x 40 x 40 cm Product B 20 x 20 x 20cm Product C 10 x 10 x 10cm Option 1. Add up dimensions Eg 70 x 70 x 70 and return the rate based on that weight - we can do this today Option 2. Return a rate for each line then add them all up together - requested feature Option 3. Stack these to the longest dimension 40 x 70 x 70cm - requested feature There may be other options to explore.
Checkout Rates Rules: Apply to Table Rates
Checkout rates rules cannot currently apply to any table rates setup on any carrier option or the flat rate option.