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Order Desk can send orders directly to MyWarehouse then pull shipment details back into your orders here and send them to your shopping carts, if applicable.
This guide covers the setup and settings with the MyWarehouse integration.
To enable the integration, click on the Manage Integrations link in the Integrations menu in the left sidebar. Under the Fulfillment tab, find and enable MyWarehouse.
Alternatively, search for MyWarehouse from the available integration search.
On the integration page, add your username and password for MyWarehouse and connect.
Please note that Order Desk isn’t able to help find or reset your credentials, as they can only be provided by MyWarehouse.
Default Mail Class
Choose the default mail class you want to use for your orders. This shipping class will be used for any orders sent to MyWarehouse that aren't mapped to one of the mail classes they use.
To set up more than one shipping method, scroll down to the Shipping Class Match section for instructions.
After Import, Move To
Select the folder orders should be moved to after they are sent to MyWarehouse from Order Desk. Typically this is set to Prepared, but any custom folder can be used.
After Shipment, Move To
Select the folder orders should be moved to when MyWarehouse sends tracking details back to Order Desk.
Automatically Send Imported Orders to MyWarehouse
If you plan to automatically submit every order to MyWarehouse for fulfillment, you can enable this setting. All orders will be sent as they come in to Order Desk.
If you have any other fulfillment services or will have any orders you don't want to send to MyWarehouse, keep this disabled. Use rules to submit orders to the appropriate vendor or fulfillment service instead.
If you would like MyWarehouse to send inventory reports to Order Desk, enable this setting. If enabled, your stock counts will be pulled into Order Desk on the interval selected in the next setting.
Sync Update Interval
If Sync Inventory is enabled, select the interval you would like Order Desk to pull in inventory updates from MyWarehouse. It's recommended to only do one inventory sync every 24 hours.
Inventory Location Name
By default, inventory updates will add MyWarehouse as the location name on each item updated. If you would like to override this to use a different name, add that here.
Product Code Match
Product Code Match
If the SKUs in your shopping cart don't match the SKUs MyWarehouse has for your products, you can match them to each other here. More information on how to set this up can be found in the product code match guide.
To create bundles, refer to the product code match bundles section of the guide.
Product Code Skip
To prevent certain SKUs from being sent to MyWarehouse, add them to the product code skip field. Any items included here will not be sent through with your orders. Add one SKU per line.
Gift Message Field
Set the name of a checkout data field if you want the gift message in that field on an order to be sent to MyWarehouse.
If you are unfamiliar with checkout data, please read the How to Work with Checkout Data guide.
Inventory Location Match
If you only want to send certain items to MyWarehouse, you can set the inventory location name from the item in this field. Orders with items that don't have an exact match will not be submitted.
To avoid confusion about which items in which orders are being sent for fulfillment, it is generally better to split orders than to use this field. If you do choose to use this field, please be careful that your inventory location names match exactly.
Shipping Class Match
Use the shipping class match feature to match as many different shipping methods as you offer to the specific shipping classes that MyWarehouse uses. This ensures your customers are getting the closest shipping option to what they selected at checkout.
For information on how to set up your shipping preferences, please see the shipping class match guide.