Tracking your orders just got more robust! With this update, you get better insights into the status of your orders. Here’s a quick summary of the new features.
A new “Mixed” status makes it more apparent which orders are partially picked up or returned:
It’s much easier to see partially picked up items on your orders:
Orders with a Mixed status also show on your dashboard, and you can now customize the period for which you want to see pickups and returns:
Quickly print multiple packing slips in one go! When you’re already using packing slips in your rental management workflow, you can now save time by printing them in batches.
To download and print multiple packing slips at once, just select the orders you need them for, click “actions,” and download the packing slips as a single PDF. 📃
Before, you could use custom fields to collect and store additional information about orders, customers, and products – and show order and customer data on documents.
Now, there are even more options for showing your custom field data on documents, including the information you added to products like their warehouse location, purchase value, or weight.
And due to popular demand, we also made it possible to include custom field values in your email templates!
Here’s a quick summary of what you can do with custom fields:
Learn more about creating custom fields, showing their data on documents, and including their values in your email templates in our Help Center.
Sometimes, it’s nice to have a global view of all the products you need to prepare – whether it’s for today, tomorrow, or further into the future. That’s why we added the option to generate a pickup report!
Instead of checking each order individually on your Dashboard, you can now see everything that will be picked up on a single page. It’s a great overview to have at the start of your workday.
We also included the order and customer information in your pickup reports, so you won’t have to switch tabs when you’re busy prepping your orders. 👌
Just click “run report,” select your desired date range, and instantly see which items you need to prepare. You can run these new pickup reports via the Dashboard or in the Reports section.
Start tracking events in your online store to measure performance and collect audience data.
We’ve just made it easier to track events and conversions with Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel!
By adding your Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel IDs in Booqable, you can start tracking events in your online store to measure performance, collect user data, plus a lot more!
Let’s see what you can do:
Google Analytics is super helpful for tracking and analyzing website data, such as page views, audience demographics, user behavior, and completed conversion goals.
By adding your Google Analytics ID in Booqable, you can start tracking your traffic sources, product pages, checkout steps, and e-commerce events, so you can optimize your store to maximize performance.
The integration sends Booqable events to your Google Analytics account, including when visitors:
The Facebook Pixel tracks activity in your store, helping you understand customer actions, create custom audiences, and run remarketing ads on Facebook and Instagram.
After you add your Facebook Pixel to Booqable, you automatically start tracking events, like when visitors:
In Facebook, you can then create advertising campaigns to retarget people who visited your website, abandoned their shopping cart, or viewed a specific product, for example.
Note: Both integrations are available in our Essential, Pro, and Premium plans.
Or message us if you have any questions or feedback; we read and reply to every message! 👌
It’s finally here! Booqable now supports QR codes. Compared to traditional barcodes, QR codes are flexible in size, have high fault tolerance, and lightning-fast readability.
With this update, you can now use a wide range of barcode types in Booqable: QR, EAN-8 and 13, and Code 39, 93, and 128.
Every order in Booqable now has a unique QR code that shows on packing slips. But here’s another idea…
You can also include it in your email templates, allowing you to scan the code right from a customer’s phone — resulting in a more frictionless in-store experience.
Learn more about barcodes and QR codes in our Help Center. Click the links below, or scan the QR codes with your phone. 😉