Last updated August 15th, 2017
If your vendor is using Etsy, you can use Jetti to publish and automatically sync products. Tracking details can be entered by the vendor through a dropship portal, as Etsy doesn't currently allow orders to be synced.
To sync with Etsy, create a new dropship provider, and under the Orders tab, select Email / dropship portal. Then, connect a new inventory feed. You'll just need to the username for the vendor. No additional authentication details are required.
You might also want to enable the Allocate inventory button. As Jetti doesn't sync orders with Etsy, this will reduce the inventory levels for items sold while the vendor is yet to confirm and shipped the items. This is useful to prevent over selling. Once items are shipped, vendors should reduce the inventory quantity within Etsy.
What does an inventory only - integration mean?
With inventory only - integration, there isn’t a way for us to create an order in the vendors store, whereas we can for example with Shopify.
As such, the vendor will need to mark the item as shipped from their dropship portal.
If the inventory level changes (eg the vendor sells something), this will reflect in Jetti.
Last updated February 10th, 2020
What do I do if I cannot sync orders with my vendor's platform?
There is a different process depending on what platform your vendor uses. The easiest way for the vendor to ship orders if it's not possible to sync directly with their Ecommerce platform, is through the vendor portal.
Last updated February 17th, 2020
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Will Etsy vendors be charged Etsy fee's if a synced product sells on my shop?
No, they will not. The transaction happens outside of Jetti.
Last updated July 23rd, 2020