Whether you’re shipping 1 parcel a day or even 30 parcels a day, there’s value in making sure you’re doing it properly. In this article, we’ll share some tips and tricks on our Shipping Website for a seamless delivery experience! Learning to do it right will help boost your productivity level on Qourier’s shipping website so you’ll have more time to accomplish other things that matter.
#1: Did you know that you can select multiple jobs at one go?
There are times when you might need to edit more than one job at a time, so we’ve build a “Multiple Select” button so you can accomplish the tasks faster with just one button.
Here’s what you can do with the handy “Multiple Select” button!
A. To save the job details you’ve keyed in as a draft instead of posting it at once.
B. To select multiple jobs to print delivery labels.
#2: Accounting is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
It’s not that complex to straighten out your accounting expenses even with multiple users with us! With our Export Jobs function, everything is transparent so that you’ll be able to keep track of how much you and your colleagues are spending on deliveries. Files will be exported in a .csv format.
A. When exporting, select “My Jobs” to export only the jobs of the user that is logged in.
B. If you’d like to see the cumulative amount of how much all users are spending, select export “All” jobs.
#3: Add a full stop to your hassle.
Did you know that we ship globally too? If you’re entering an international address that does not have a postcode, just add a full stop for our system to detect. (P.S: Valid for countries that do not use postcode system such as Hong Kong! We’ll even help you with the address details if you’re unsure.)
That’s THREE tips & tricks from us for now, stay tuned for even more helpful features as we continue to build a product that is user-centric for people like you! If you’re new and would like to start shipping with us, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or schedule a call with us!
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