At the moment it's not possible to mark a shipping method as default.
If we could access it via definitions we could add a "set as default" checkbox or any other fields that might be handy.
the same goes for the catalog. It might make more sense to add a default shipping method dropdown on catalog level, but again at the moment we cannot access it via the definitions.19 votes
Going forward the goal is to have every object in uCommerce defined by definitions.
Would be nice to be able to set the order of custom properties on orders.4 votes
Going forward the goal is to have every object of uCommerce described by definitions. This will also enable us to do sort order on order properties.
On the product editing page have a button on the toolbar to duplicate a product and all its variants. The product could be productname-copy. Would save a lot of time entering similar products.3 votes
Project LUX will introduce this capability.
We've got a customer who has a B2B shop. The company name is way more interesting than the person who ordered. They'd rather see company name in order overviews. To be able to do this today, we'll have to "hack the core". :)
Would be nice to have list definitions somewhere, and even the ability to show custom order fields.2 votes
Thank you for your feedback. We will add this feature to the platform.
We currently receive hundreds of orders per day and this number is increasing month on month.
When we view any Order Group view the UI is slow to load because of the number of orders that are being retrieved and displayed. It would be very beneficial to have:
- Allow user to select the number of orders per page e.g (25,50,100,All) - these values should probably be configurable
- Add a Date Period of 'Yesterday'
I hope these suggestions will be considered.
I believe it would be of huge benefit to be able to search for orders by Company name, not just first name, last name, or order id. We sell to a lot of companies, many times different people from the same company order - therefore rendering the Order search somewhat obsolete.1 vote
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