This is an excel formatting problem that most of us have run into at some point. You want to paste a long number like ‘17897870708707312121212’ into a cell and Excel truncates it to ‘1.79E+21’. This happens because when Excel sees long numbers, it tries to format it to the scientific notation (or the ‘E’ notation […]
USPS Priority Mail international labels include 4 pages, so you may be asking yourself how to save on paper and print two per page. No worries, all you’ll have to do is: Select File Then select Print Select Multiple Pages Per Sheet in the Page Scaling pop-up Select a value in the Pages Per Sheet pop-up […]
As your business evolves, you may discontinue working with a particular: Sales channel or cart Supplier User Warehouse However, deleting any of those settings also removes valuable order history associated with them. In some cases, we can archive the item instead of deleting it. This will keep the associated data (like orders) but prevent new […]
Yes, Ordoro supports all types of weighing scales via the printnode app. Here is how to setup the scales in your Ordoro account 1. Go to settings -> Scales -> Click on “Enable USB Scale” 2. Type in your printnode API key and hit “Save API Key”. See this article for more details on how to […]
Once you create a purchase order for a sku, the amount in the purchase order will show as the Reordered quantity for that sku In the example shown below, we have 10 units of that sku in stock in Austin Warehouse And we have created a purchase order for 10 units When the supplier sends you the […]
Ordoro now updates the tracking status for every USPS package in real time — from when it leaves your door to when it arrives at the customer’s door — and displays the info in the Order List and Order Detail page. Here’s how it works! Once you create a USPS label in Ordoro, that tracking […]
Because scales in Ordoro are connected through PrintNode, you will want to use the scales recommended through PrintNode. Click here for a list of the suggested scales from PrintNode.
Ordoro doesn’t recommend any specific barcode scanners. However, we’ve found success with CCD scanners. Be sure the CCD scanner is compatible with your device (computer, iPad, etc.) CCD scanners take an image instead of using a laser for scanning. This means you can scan your computer screen, not just paper, which is helpful. See this […]