Order Tagger automatically tags orders based on a variety of actions. You simply create a rule and then when an order matches that rule we tag it. This allows you to group your orders based on tags to streamline your fulfilment process, highlight particular orders and much more
You can automatically tag an order if a certain product or product variant is purchased. Maybe you’re stock is split into different warehouses so this will allow you to highlight any orders where the stock needs to be collected from another warehouse.
You can apply one rule to multiple products in one go, this allows you to apply product tagging rules in bulk. We've also introduced the ability to apply a 'tag all' rule to allow you to automatically tag all orders coming in. This allows you create a list of all orders which need to be fulfilled. You can remove the tag once complete, this helps keeping your order list organised.
This feature will allow you to tag any orders which are less than, equal to or over a certain amount. This means you can filter out orders which could potentially be fraudulent or maybe you want to give away free gifts to those big spenders!
You can automatically tag the orders that have used a specific discount code. This works by looking for an exact match to what you specify. Maybe you are using discount codes to track where the order has come from, this will allow you to easily split them out.
You can automatically tag orders based on the zip code or postcode of the shipping address. You might manually fulfil local addresses or use a different courier for particular areas, so this will allow you to split them out.
This will allow you to split out the orders, based on the country of delivery.
You can tag all the orders which weigh over a certain amount. This will allow you to monitor and group those orders which are especially heavy and require a different courier or fulfilment process.
This will allow you to tag the order based on the customers chosen method of shipping. If you offer a same day delivery, it’s beneficial to highlight these orders so they can be fast tracked through fulfilment.
This will allow you to tag the order based on the tags on the customers record. This feature will allow you to flag any orders that might have come from high risk customers or customers who often return items.
This will allow you to tag the order based on the shipping state. So you can have different fulfilment methods based on shipping state and filter those orders out.
This will allow you to tag the order based on the shipping county. So you can have different fulfilment methods based on shipping county and filter those orders out.
This rule allows you to tag orders based on the chosen method of payment by the customer. This allows you to group orders based on method e.g. PayPal orders.
This rule is perfect for those who like to provide that little bit extra for a customers first order. You can highlight all the new customer orders with this rule and filter in your order list.
This rule solves the issue of not being able to search for orders which do not contain tags (those which have not been organised). It's slightly delayed rule and if an order doesn't contain any tags, we can allocate it a tag. This might be 'not organised' then you can search for all those orders which contain 'not organised' tag and ensure they are fulfilled using the correct process.
We are constantly adding new ways to tag orders and welcome new ideas. If you have something more specific in mind, get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org and we will see how we can help.
If you are looking to tag your customers and not orders, use this app instead: Customer Tagger
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