Getting your StarShipIT account activated is easy, follow our step by step guide to get shipping!
Step 1: Start your 30 day Free Trial register here
Step 2: Integrations, Couriers & Printer Set Up
Once your Courier integration(s) are set up, StarShipIT will automatically download a PDF file when you print labels.
Find out more about setting up printing here
Now you will be able to print a label but StarShipIT has plenty more features to help you process orders faster:
Boxes and Weights
You can add some custom box sizes and specs to your StarShipIT account to help organise your shipping.
This is helpful if you ship oddly shaped items, large volumes of small items or for Fastway customers. You can also import the weights of items from your eCommerce platform.
For instructions on how to do this, you can read more here.
Choosing Writeback Options
Depending on what systems you have in place for processing your orders, you may not want StarShipIT to automatically update orders in your eCommerce platform.
For information about this option, you can read more here.
Setting default carriers can make your shipping experience faster.
Default options are automatically applied to any imported orders that fit the criteria.
E.g. you could set a specific carrier to be assigned to international orders. This means that any orders you import into StarShipIT will have that carriers services automatically assigned to them.
For more detailed information about setting a default carrier read more here.
Imported orders are added to the 'Unshipped' page in the 'Shipping' screen of your account. For more detailed information on importing orders, read more here.
The address validation tool helps to correct errors in the customers address according to shipping constraints.
For more detailed information on how to use the tool go here.
Ship Your Orders
For instructions on how to ship your orders, find out more here.
You may find that there are additional features or settings that you may wish to employ.
Check out our range of instructional videos here.