Last updated January 16th, 2018
If you are looking to setup and link custom templates that get product and order data, you can do so directly in Jetti. These order templates allow you to export data within Jetti into a CSV or JSON file. This can be useful if vendors want to import the order details into an external fulfillment or accounting system for processing.
To set up a new template, you will need to navigate to the Setup area and click API Templates > New Template.
Once you have created a new template, it’s time to set up the details.
After setting up the template details, it’s time to map the details. You will need to do this to map what data each column should include and what the headers should be called. Often, your vendor will provide you with a format they would like you to use. Or, you might have a single format you provide to all your vendors.
Lastly, you will need to assign the template to the individual vendors in the system, keeping in mind that each vendor might have their own unique format.
You can select a recent order to preview if you want to check that the file looks correct. Once you have assigned the template to the dropship provider, it will then be included on each email sent to the vendor as an attachment. Or, will be uploaded to an FTP server if you have selected orders to be sent by FTP.
Once assigned, the vendor will be able to access the template directly from their vendor portal.
To do this, they will need to go on the Orders-tab in their portal, and click "Export" at the bottom of the page. The template should then show up in a pop-up. They can click "Email" next to the template name, which will then send the template to their email.
If you are looking to have a more automated way of sending out templates, contact our team at email@example.com.Back to Setup