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With the Fast Lane feature, orders can be either automatically or manually marked as a priority so that they are prioritized in the shipping process. This is achieved through filters in various interfaces.
An order can be marked as a fast lane either automatically or manually.
Under Administration > Shop interface > Select Shop > Payment Methods/Shipping Methods, the appropriate settings can be made to import orders from the store as a fast lane order.
In order to sort the shipping types (Shopexport > Shipping types) according to fast-lane, the checkbox must be set at Fast lane.
Modes of payment
To sort by fast lane orders in the payment methods (Shopexport > Payment methods), the checkbox Fast-Lane has to be set.
In the order details, when marking manually, the checkbox for Fast lane is to be set.
In the order overview, multiple orders can be selected and marked as fast lane by going to "Batch processing" and selecting Set 'fast lane' option from the drop-down menu.
Note: Using the filter function in the order overview, you can filter by a specific order position and all corresponding orders can be marked as fast lane.
When orders are marked as fast lane, they can be filtered in different interfaces. This marking is recognizable in the orders via the (FL) in the Order number.
Via Sales → Sales order, the filter Fast-Lane can be set to display the orders, that are marked as fast lane.
Via Sales > Sales order > Delivery handover, the filter Fast lane can be set to display only the orders that are marked as fast lane.
With the help of the path Fulfillment > Shipping center and via the filter Fast-Lane only the Fast-Lane delivery notes can be filtered and displayed.
- Prioritized sales from online stores: e.g. Amazon Prime, Paypal purchases
- Important customer orders that need to go out first
- Orders that can be shipped quickly and need to be processed first