Rule to select cheapest carrier out of specific carriers
Please create a rule that allows the cheapest carrier to be selected for a condition (ie. express within Australia) to use the cheapest out of either A or B (in my case, Aus Post Express OR Sendle). If I just select the cheapest carrier, it will go with Standard post couriers rather than faster shipping methods.
Enhance Split Packages By Order Item Quantity rule to work with dimensions
The rule Split Packages By Order Item Quantity when setup will split orders into multiple packages based on line item quantities. This means if you have two products each at 5kg instead of creating one package at 10kg it will create two 5kg packages. As we now support importing dimensions for a few platforms (Magento, WooCommerce etc) it would be great to also split the dimensions when this rule is applied as well. For example: An order comes into Starshipit with two products which are each 30x30x90. Currently we will add these together on import and the package size will be 60x60x180. With the enhanced rule Starshipit would instead create two packages which are each 30x30x90.
Have an option to create a rule to automatically manifest orders e.g. once a day/week etc.
Import Orders: Time Range
I would like to be able to specify a date range of orders that should be manually imported. For example: Orders from the 1st to the 3rd of April.
Support setting up rule based on the timeframe
Currently the customer set up a rule to assign the orders with shipping description "STESMA" to "Rendr-Fast", however, they will only keep the rule like this at a certain time range: between 6am-2pm. Between 2pm-6am, their staff will manually change this rule, keep the same condition, but change the action to assign courier to "Australia Post On demand". They are hoping to set up the rule based on the same condition but to different couriers for the different time range.
Dangerous Goods Declaration Form (NZ)
As a Dangerous Goods shipper in NZ I would like Starshipit to automatically generate a filled in DGD (Dangerous Goods Declaration) for domestic shipments, so I save time not having to fill in a form manually for every order.
I would like to be able to calculate the cost of duties on checkout and then charge this to the customer
PO Box: Check in Name and Company field
We've found customers are adding po box in the name or company field, we'd like to validate here as well