The aim of this article is to explain the process of the Automation Rule by specific examples. It contains some examples listed below;
- Adding Rule According to Order's Country
- Adding Rule According to Order's Store
- Assign Rule According to Order's Number of Line Items
- Assign Rule According to Order's Number of Products
- Assigning Address Type as an Action
- Address Line as a Trigger
- Adding Priority and SKU as an Action
- SKU Quantity as a Trigger
- Adding Order Weight or Product Weight as a Trigger
- Adding Order Time as a Trigger
- Assigning Carrier and Carrier Package Type as an Action
- Assigning "Carrier Billing Type" as an Action
- Adding Packing Note for Instruction as an Action
- Assign FedEx One Rate
- Assign SO Type as an Action
- Mark as Prime Order
- Setting some notes according to the customer order name
- Delete SKU action
- Setting Total Price to the orders
1) The first example is related to International orders. If you have an order with an international delivery address, you can determine the country and add a special rule for an order.
2) We add a trigger to a separate store then define specific actions. In this example, you can see a carrier and shipment method. If you want to define the shipment method, you must add triggers for the client and warehouse.
3) In some cases, the customer has a specific rule to manage the order. International Order has a special rule, and rules can change from country to country so that example shows if the order exceeds the number of line items, you have to examine the order before Customs Review.
4) Logiwa has a flexible structure so either high volume or average volume, you can manage your process. For instance, if you have an N number of warehouses and all these warehouses have a different process, you can change the warehouse through the Automation Rule. In that example, if the order provides store country and the number of product actions, the rule will be assigned to another warehouse.
5) Some cases warehouse has to supply some customers and you can define various address types as delivery addresses also you can assign a planned ship date to manage specific time rules.
6) The address line is another trigger to manage the rule.
7) The specified day is important for a customer so customer satisfaction increases priority level. You can add priority and add SKU for a rule.
8) The SKU Quantity is able used as a trigger in Automation Rule. It means that you can apply the rule according to the defined item quantity on the order.
9) Order weight or product weight will determine the shipment method. You can assign a shipping method for that situation.
Note: The Order Weight is calculated from the order details' total weight. If the order details do not have the weight info, the item's weight is taken into account to calculate the Order Weight.
10) You can manage the orders according to the Order Date or Order Time filters. You will be able to select the time zone in hours AM or PM from the listed combo box and you can select the specific name of the days of the week.
For example, If the Order Date is Thursday and if the Order Time is smaller than 3.00 PM, use Saturday Delivery.
11) You can assign the carrier package type from the actions on the Automation Rule screen, for example, you can choose a specific carrier and the carrier package type for the specified triggers.
12) You can set the Task and Duties field's Payor info which is on the Carrier Rate and Label Operation process with the "Int'l Duties Carrier Billing Type" action.
After you set the "Int'l Duties Carrier Billing Type" action you will see the selected Payor Type on the Carrier Rate and Label Operation pop-up which is on the Order Operations screen.
12) The shipping field on the store's screen is equal to the Instruction field on the shipment order data on Logiwa. The Instruction filed is able to determine the shipment method, carrier, etc. You can assign the various types of actions according to the instruction pulled from the stores.
13) You can add packing instructions according to the trigger field on the rule. For example, if the order's customer is a specific one, you can set a packing note for the customer and manage the packing note fields on the packing screen.
14) You can add the FedEx One Rate information as an action to the orders while the orders are pulled from either store or imported via excel. The FedEx One Rate info is able to be set. You will not need anymore to manage this process manually during the shipment process.
15) You can change the orders' shipment order type while getting it through Logiwa. Managing the order type according to the rules makes your operation flexible.
16) To use this action, you should first select the channel or linked channel triggers as Amazon. Then the Mark as Prime Order action should be added. So you can mark Amazon orders as prime orders easily thanks to this automation rule.
Note: If the Mark as Prime Order is enabled without the trigger of the Amazon channel you will see the "Amazon channel is required for this action" warning message.
17) We have a trigger called "Customer Order Number", using the customer order number we can do so many things, such as setting some notes and adding priorities through the orders that fit the rule.
18) We have an action called "Delete SKU", which deletes unwanted SKUs from the order detail(s) if there is. Multiple SKU codes can be added to this action.
19) We have an action called "Set Total Price", which updates the specified orders' total price info, what should be assigned. The price value is decimal.
Pay Attention: Logiwa has an article to explain Automation Rule, click here to reach the document.
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