Manage Orders Page


Overview

In this article, we’ll discuss the Manage Orders page: how to search for orders, customize columns and perform actions in bulk.


Manage Orders Page Overview

When an order is created, it will appear on the Manage Orders page. Here, you can view and control your orders.

This page will display SKUs, shipping status, dropship status, customer information, payments, picklists and much more.

Clicking the blue arrow next to the Order ID gives a more detailed look, including the product’s SKUsAvailable Qty, Backorder Qty and Location.manage orders page


Search for Orders

In Sellercloud, you can search for orders by using different filters. Note that you can organize the grid by selecting the Sort by option.

You can customize your order search and create customized columns for easy access to the information you need.

Use Default Filters

  1. Click the desired Default Filter > Type into the search box.
  2. The selected Default Filter(s) will turn yellow.
  3. Click Search.
    sellercloud manage orders page default filters

Use Custom Filters

  1. To add a custom filter, click Add filter > Select a filter from the dropdown list.
  2. The Custom filter(s) will be added and ready for use > Search.
    Sellercloud manage orders page custom filters

Use Saved Views

Users can also save the specific search filters as a template by clicking the Save View button. Note that Saved Views are user-specific. The saved template can be reused via the Saved Views dropdown.
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Customize Columns

You can also customize columns to organize your Manage Orders page more conveniently:

  1. Click the vertical ellipses (⋮) > Customize Columns.
  2. Here, you can delete, add, and rearrange (drag and drop) your columns.sellercloud manage orders page customize columns
  3. Click Apply.
You can now add the custom column Invoice Printed and a green icon will indicate whether the order invoice has been printed.
The applied columns are automatically saved for the user that’s logged in. To reset, go to Customize Columns > Reset > Apply.

Action Menu Overview

The action menu at the bottom allows you to perform various functions related to the orders’ shipping status, payment, general information, status, and more.

  1. Select your orders and click the action icon.
  2. Navigate the dropdown menu by using the search box or by scrolling to find your desired function.sellercloud manage orders page action menu
You can also eliminate the time spent adjusting orders individually by performing an action in bulk (e.g., Export).

Overview

Learn more about your Manage Orders page. In this article, we’ll discuss how to search for orders, customize columns, and perform actions in bulk.


Understand the Manage Orders page

When an order is created, it will appear in your Manage Orders page. Here, you can view and control your orders.

This page will display SKUs, shipping status, dropship status, customer information, payments, picklists, and much more.

Clicking the arrow next to the Order ID gives a more detailed look, including the product’s SKUsAvailable Qty, Backorder Qty, and Location.

View and search orders

Orders can be viewed by clicking on the Orders tab. Click on the Search button to display all orders.

You can filter your search results as well. Click on the Advanced Search tab to filter a search by other variables.

  • Using the Location Notes filter in Manage Orders – By default, the system will search for a matching location note of the most expensive item in the order. To enable the filter to search for matching locations of all items in the order, turn off Enable Expensive Order Item Location based search in Client Settings.

You can save an order search for future use by selecting Save Search As from the action menu > Go. Access your saved searches from the Save Searches dropdown menu. You can also save your searches to the dashboard for easier access.


Use the action menu

The action menu allows you to perform various functions related to the orders’ shipping status, payment, general information, status, and more.

You can also eliminate time spent adjusting orders individually by performing an action in bulk (e.g., Export). Checking the Select all Pages box will select all orders displayed on all pages up to the maximum allowed records.

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