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    Hi,

    We’re looking at a way to “flatten” products so everything is a simple but with options to make product groupings similar to variants at the moment. But with the ability to have products in multiple groupings.

    This is a complicated change so it’s been in the works awhile but we’ve been steadily making progress so hopefully we’ll have more news on this soon!

    Thank you,
    The StoreFeeder Team

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This solution would go part way to solving the "Choose which warehouse sells on what platform" request I submitted and would be really useful for eBay and Shopify. You do still need a way to choose which Storefeeder product gets shipped when the order comes in though.

    If you sell on Amazon you can have multiple SKUs linked to the same Amazon ASIN and on Amazon they all appear under the same product in the same way that different sellers appear under the same product. The buyer chooses which one to buy (the difference between the different SKUs being the different fulfilment options).

    However, you don't get this option with eBay or Shopify etc so it would be great if Storefeeder could give you this flexibility. At the moment on our Shopify website we have to create two separate products, one fulfilled from our warehouse, one fulfilled by Amazon. This is confusing to customers and far from ideal and hiding and unhiding listings is bad for SEO. We really need the flexibility in the Storefeeder backend to change how products get fulfilled.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I was just looking through to see if anyone had asked for this! We would also like this ability, so you can choose how a product is fulfilled depending on the channel it has been bought from. In our case, we have 2 warehouses: Amazon FBA and Office (our own warehouse), and 3 channels: Shopify, Amazon, eBay.
    The current closest solution for us is Autoflip. So if Amazon FBA runs out of stock, then the local inventory is used. This solves part of the problem, but in this scenario FBA is always used first, even for Shopify and eBay orders. You can't change it depending on the SKU or the Channel.
    One way I thought this could work, would be to firstly create warehouse priority rules, e.g.

    Rule 1 (FBA first): - ship from FBA stock if available, else ship from Office (i.e. autoflip)Rule 2 (Office first): - ship from Office if available, else ship from FBA
    Rule 3 (Only Office): - ship from Office if available, else flag error
    etc
    Then apply those rules to products, based on the channel e.g.
    SKU A
    For Amazon use Rule 1
    For Shopify order us Rule 2
    For eBay order use Rule 3
    SKU B
    For Amazon use Rule 1
    For Shopify, eBay order use Rule 2

    For Amazon orders, having Autoflip on or off for all SKUs is fine, because if you have stock in FBA, I think you'll always want to use that first. It's really only an issue for other channels.

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