All shipping labels are automatically created for Cahoot Fulfillments, no human required. All you have to do is print them and ship on time. Please remember the cardinal rules for Fulfillment Partners:
- Ship Accurately
- Ship on Time
The recommended fulfillment workflow is to Pack and Scan Verify orders using Pick Lists, however, if you find that you’re shipping many single line/single quantity orders of the same SKUs over and over again, the following alternate workflow may be used to process these types of orders in Bulk.
1. The Orders Summary section of your Cahoot dashboard displays all orders in the following statuses:
|Label Ready||Orders that must be shipped today|
|Processing||Orders that are in the auto-label queue|
|Shipped||Labels that were printed today|
2. Click the Label Ready link to go to the Print and Ship My Orders page (aka Bulk Print page) and automatically filter the page by Label Ready Order Status. OR, click the Print and Ship My Orders link to go to the page without filtering by Order Status.
4. Click Print Packaging Slip & Shipping Labels under the Print dropdown to print Packing Slips and Shipping Labels for all the orders displayed on the page that are in Shipping Label Ready Order Status. Logically, Packing Slips and Shipping Labels will not be printed for orders that do not have Shipping Labels created yet.
5. Click Print to send all the Packing Slips and Shipping Labels to your printer.
6. Go to the Scan to Verify and Print page and scan the first Packing Slip (not Pick List) to load the individual order.
The Order Status is Shipped and the Do Not Re-print Label box is checked because the shipping labels are already printed. Packing Slips and Shipping Labels can be reprinted by either deselecting this checkbox, or by using the Print Packing Slip & Shipping Label dropdown on the Order Details page.
7. Scan all the items that need to ship with the order, and Mark the order as Verified using your barcode shortcut.
8. Put the packing slip in the package, tape it up and affix the shipping label, and scan the next packing slip to continue fulfilling orders.