Product updates

At Jetti, nothing is more important to us than our customers. We want your experience to be a rewarding one, which is why we regularly update you on changes to our products. Here you can stay up to date with the latest features and enhancements – and other great stuff going on at Jetti.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    All Rates Displayed in Vendor Portal

    You can now allow your vendors to select an alternative rate within the vendor portal. To give access to your vendors, enable Display all available rates to dropship providers under the Dropship section in the Jetti portal.

    After this, your vendors should be able to view all rates by clicking Other rates in the shipping section of the order summary.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Automatically Sending Orders to Dropshippers

    When selecting and sending orders, you can now decide whether you want the orders to be sent immediately, or if you choose to make changes and send them manually later.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Access Customer Invoices in Vendor Portal

    You can now see an actions menu on orders overview in the vendor portal, where the vendor can view customer and vendor invoices.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Show Count of Bounced Emails from Dropship Provider List

    Show alert of bounced emails on drop provider list. Just click Bounced emails under Dropship Providers. It might be useful to check this list on a regular basis to ensure that vendors are not missing out on important notifications.

    To find out more about email bouncing and what actions you can take to prevent them from happening, read this.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Custom Status Filtering in Vendor Portal

    We have added the ability to filter custom purchase statuses by the status. This can be done in the vendor portal.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Date Filtering in Vendor Portal

    You can now filter by date on the orders-tab in the vendor portal, making it easy for your vendors to prioritize or find certain orders.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Filtering Order Status in Magento

    You can now filter by order status in Magento. Only orders in the filtered status will be imported.

    You can do so under __Integrations > Magento > Setup __

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Creating Custom Connections with Zapier

    You can create custom connections between your Jetti account and other tools you are using with Zapier. For example, you might want to be notified on Slack when an item is removed, or whenever a product with a certain attribute has been published.

    Read this article on instructions on how to do this.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Automatically Split Dropship Purchases by Quantity

    You can now split orders within a dropship provider. For example, raise a separate dropship purchase for each line item on the order.

    You can do this under the Orders-tab, in the "Order Splitting" section.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Fetch Shipping Updates via API

    It is now possible to import shipping updates via a custom API feed. This is useful if you are looking to automate the importing of tracking from a third party system not currently supported by Jetti.

    You can do this under the Orders-tab, at the "Format for fetching shipping updates" section.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Order Consolidation Email

    You can now see a summary of the items that are due to ship from the vendor portal using the batch ship buttons. This can be useful, for instance in the case that you need your vendors to quickly see an overview list of products that need to be shipped, without having to worry about further details.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Vendor Reporting

    Vendors can now see reporting metrics directly from their dropship portal. They will be able to view the units sold and product fees, making it easy for them to track metrics on their side.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Salesforce Product Publishing

    You now have the ability to publish products to Salesforce.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Filter Salesforce Orders by Status

    You can now filter which order statuses are imported from Salesforce accounts. For example, you can use this to only import paid or approved sales.

    Do this under Integrations > Setup > Paid Statuses

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Packing Slips for WooCommerce Orders

    If you are looking to add a packing slip to your WooCommerce order, you can now do so by adding a link to it as an order note in the WooComemrce store.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Displaying Vendor Address on Customer Invoice

    You are now able to display the dropship provider's address on the customer invoice.

    You'll be able to find this under the Sales > Dropship Purchases tab.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Multi-language for WooCommerce

    You can now specify additional parameters when syncing an inventory feed. For example, you can use this feature to pass data to a custom plugin or app that the vendor may have in their store.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Import tracking from WooCommerce

    Tracking can now be imported from WooCommerce when the vendor uses ShipStation to process their orders.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Import Cancellations from Vendors

    You can now import returns or cancellations directly from vendors. For example, if an order is canceled from a vendor's Shopify store, the order will also be canceled automatically in Jetti. You can enable this setting under your orders tab.

    __Note: __This setting is currently only supported by Shopify and ChannelEngine

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Salesforce Integration

    You can now have Salesforce as your storefront by connecting your Jetti account with Salesforce (see more information here), and you can also integrate with Salesforce vendors.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Distributing Shipping Income by Vendor

    We can now split shipping income collected from the customer between the vendors on the order. You can choose to pass the full amount to the vendor, or distribute it based on quantity, order value, or allocate it to the first vendor. Find this in the order processing - tab.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Make Custom Field Links Clickable

    You can now make the custom field notes clickable. For example, you could do this if the custom field value is a URL.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Limit Free Shipping to Specific Origins

    Alongside the recent changes for setting up the free shipping options, you can now set the specific origin countries to which you limit free shipping.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Limit Free Shipping to Domestic Shipments

    You can now control whether free shipping should be applied to shipments in an order or only to domestic shipments. If you select the "Only Domestic Shipments" - options, it means that for example if a customer is located in the U.S. and the items are being shipped from vendors in the U.S. and Canada, only the U.S. vendor shipment is free.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Limit Free Shipping Countries at Checkout

    We have added the ability to restrict free shipping thresholds to specific countries at checkout.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Monthly Automated Payments

    We have now added the option to automate payments on a monthly basis, and the ability to specify either the first or last day of the month as the payment date.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Send Notifications to Customers for Dropship Shopify Orders

    Have more control over the triggering of email notifications, as orders are placed in the dropship provider's Shopify store.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Route Items by State

    We have enabled in-house shipments to be routed by country, state or zip code, cutting out manual work of selecting warehouses individually.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Scheduling Automated Payments

    You can now save time by convenientyly scheduling automated payments to vendors on a given day or a month, depending on your agreement with your vendor.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Channel Commission Rates

    We have now enabled commission rates to be set differently per channel.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Variant Level Commission Rates

    We have now added the ability to set variant specific commission rates for items, rather than using a global default across all products for a vendor.

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  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020by Amanda

    Specify Invoice Address for WooCommerce Dropship Orders

    We have added the ability to change the invoice address when sending orders to a dropship provider. You can choose to include the customer's billing address, your address (to show that the order is from you), or the option of not including any invoice address.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Syncing cost prices and metafields from a Shopify inventory feed

    You can now sync cost prices and metafields from a Shopify inventory feed. You can enable both of these via the inventory feeds settings.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Email shipping labels right to your vendor's inbox

    We're excited to announce a new feature in Jetti - you can now automatically send shipping labels to vendors by email. This can be useful if vendors don't want to log into the dropship portal in order to get their labels.

    This can all be set up in real time, so within a few minutes of customers placing an order vendor's can have your shipping label and branded packing slip in their inbox!

    You can turn on the feature per dropship provider under their settings, or turn it on for you vendors in your setup area.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Providing addition rates for labels

    When printing shipping labels within Jetti, you can now see all of the available rates to selected from. Previously, Jetti would only show the cheapest rate which best matched the customer's selection at checkout.

    This is turned off within the dropship portal, but can be turned on in the setup area.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Override shipment dimensions and weights

    We've now introduced the ability to edit the shipment weight and dimensions when generating rates within the dropship portal or retailer dashboard for each shipment. This provides a quick, convenient way to override the default weights and package sizes.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    New menu structure

    We have begun the rollout of a navigation in the dashboard. The key change is that we've dropped the Dropship purchases section. Instead, dropship purchases will appear under the sales link. The link to dropship providers will be accessible from the contacts menu. If you have any feedback on the menu or need any help with the changes, please get in touch.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Slack integration

    Notifications getting lost in email? With our Slack integrations, your team can stay on top of important notifications and interact with our Jetti Slack bot to automate your workflows.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Set custom fonts your packing slips / invoices

    You can now use custom fonts to better brand your packing slips and invoices. Just head over to Setup > Packing slip to customize yours today! Select from over a dozen fonts. Or, speak to support to request adding any font from the Google Fonts collection.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Pay dropship vendors by ACH / bank transfer

    In addition to paying vendor's by Stripe, you can now use our TransferWise integration to send vendors domestic and international payments. You can enable the new integration in the setup area.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Audit log

    We are rolling out a new feature to track the changes made on your account. On the dashboard in Jetti, you'll now see a list of recent changes made by staff members and vendors. For example, you can see when a vendor updates the cost price of their item. Or, when a team members prints and ships a label for an order.

    The retention period will differ depending on your Jetti plan and we will be expanding the changes we log over the coming releases. For now, it tracks changes made to your variants and orders.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Dropship exception handling

    When dropshipping an item, sometimes things may go wrong and Jetti may not be able to send the item to the vendor. For example, you may have sold an item not yet assigned to a vendor. Or, you may not have completed the setup process, such as entering an email address or entering the API details for the vendor.

    You can now see a single list of all the errors within Jetti, together with the steps you need to take to resolve the issue.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Additional filters on the inventory list

    When setting up Jetti, it's useful to assign data in bulk to your variants, such as the weight, vendor SKU or cost price. This data can then help automate the generation of shipping labels or dropship invoices.

    However, if you have thousands of products, it can be difficult to find out which products are missing the data. On the inventory list, we have now added these additional filters.

    You can then use in combination with the CSV export to batch update those items with the missing data. For example, filter those items without a cost price, export to CSV then reimport the updated CSV file with the cost prices added.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Automated cancellations

    Cancellations made on your online store are now immediately reflected within Jetti. This will be enabled for all new accounts by default, however, existing accounts can update this under the settings for your store by enabling the following options:

    If your order has already generated any dropship purchase orders, an order cancellation will be created for each one and the vendor will be notified by email.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    New card views for products

    We've added a new card view for items in your variants list and inventory feeds, which you can toggle in the top of the screen. This can be useful when browsing for inspiring vendor products to publish or when you want to view larger images of the items in your store. Enjoy!

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Tracking progress of data imports and exports

    You can now track the progress of data import and exports (e.g. inventory feed uploads, exporting dropship providers) within the Jetti dashboard:

    These imports / exports happen are processed in the background. As well as getting an email notification, you'll now see a progress indicator while the feed is imported and an alert when the feed import is complete.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Exporting orders by CSV

    Were excited to announcements a big change to how orders can be exported by CSV. This is needed if your vendors want to import order details into their accounting or fulfillment systems by FTP or through having a CSV file emailed to them.

    No matter what format your vendor requires - Jetti can now support it. To get started, go to the API templates section in the setup area.

  • Last updated on April 3rd, 2020

    Prefix vendor name when publishing items

    When running a multi-vendor marketplace, it's recommended you add the vendor's name before the product title and in the product URL. So, Awesome Shirt becomes Cool Inc - Awesome Shirt. It helps drive more people to your site by improving SEO and also helps people find products once they are there.

    You can now do this in Jetti under settings for each feed. Just turn on the Prefix name option:

    Another useful addition is that you can now prefix your SKUs as well! This can be particulary useful if the same SKU is used for different products across your vendors. For example, if each of your vendors sells a different red shirt, but both use the SKU red-shirt. Just check the Prefix SKU checkbox and set the prefix you want. Easy!