I think it would be very beneficial to have a section within the Product set up to add production notes/instructions. We're a small shop (Family of 4!), but even so, being able to add Time, Temperature and Pressure and format instructions for sublimation products would save time and improve accuracy.
Obviously these would only be seen on the Production Worksheet, not the customer's order. I don't want fields for Time, Temperature and Pressure, just a text area I can type in.
It would be really nice to be able to look at the global product list and recieve a table of which stores are using this product and at what price it is charging, etc. All we currently get is a number of how many stores the product is used on.
I was going through the Smart Select (in the Products) and would like to use it with the Default Catalog Price Markup (in the Settings) but I notice that the SanMar prices are already marked up from cost and some of the other catalogs are not marked up. When I created an 50% or 100% markup in the Default Catalog Price Markup the SanMar products was listing/charging way more than what I wanted and if I set the markup to 0% to correct this then the other catalogs was listed at my cost (below what I wanted to sell)
Is there a way that we can have an option for each supplier (catalog) to have different DC? Also maybe have an option for the Smart Select to be active/used in selected Stores and the Business Hub this way I can activate it and don't have to go through each store and make each product that I don't want to sell unavailable (unselected) in the products area of each store. This way I can use the Smart Select with multi catalogs (Suppliers) and use the Default Catalog Price Markup with different markup % value for each catalog (Suppliers) in the Business Hub and the stores with the correct pricing marked up.
I'd like to see the 50 decorated product limit removed when cloning a store. Alternatively, an export/import process for decorated products would be helpful.
I have run into a few different problems that could all be fixed by a simple feature. Relating to Gift Certificates, once one is setup, you cannot change it at all. On the CSV import, the Expiration date defaulted to March 2014 (in the past). I didn't think it would be expired already, I was thinking March 2015. Anyway, once imported I was screwed because:
1. I could not delete it, only inactivate it ( which means I can't use those codes again).
2. I could not change the expiration date (no edit feature).
3. I could not re-use that code and fix it (no duplicates even if inactive).
4. I cannot adjust the dollar amount based on an offline purchase.
All of this could easily be resolved if you simply had an edit option, that lets you change at least the open dollar value and the expiration date. I also think allowing deletions to be permanent would be better, but at least if you can't delete, if you can edit you can fix it to how you want it.
This ability is actually going to be critical to allow us to operate with vouchers for our customers. So I would "desperarately" request that you add a feature to edit existing gift certificates.
Would it not be great if we could have a seperate "Color Pallette", either embroidery or screenprinting, for each affiliate store?
Our only option for shipping integration right now is to export a CSV file. It would be great if there was API/XML access offered to make things more automatic.
Integration with GoShippo.com or Shipworks would be a start.
I want to be able to sell non-printable products. I want to sell Fabric Markers for instance, I want to be able to keep inventory on this product.
I want DecoNetwork to add options beyond selling printbale products. I want to click on an option so the printing design feature of a new product does not come up. This is just a product for sale and I can add the image and sell the product. No need to add shipping info, sizing, quantity, etc. etc.
The best way to describe this, is selling a product that just like a Shopify, SquareSpace, or any E-Commerce selling website.
Hope this makes sense to people.
Deco needs to hire more developers, so our wonderful ideas gets implemented tomorrow, the ideas just keeps piling up... and Deco needs to keep up, or what you all think? :-b
Well... is just an idea.
I would like to be able to edit gift cards. Expiration date ect after they have been created. Also when doind a CSV import the "valid till" date is always automatically in the past for some odd reason which creates problems that cannot be fixed if you don't notice and click import.
Would be nice to have a post order review email option. I currently use Yotpo whichs works great, but I would like to see everything in one place on deco instead.
For group orders, allow individuals to log on independently to the same account to pay for their own garments out of the group order by letting the organiser share the link through social media to all members of the group. Only when the full amount is reached do you then start fulfilment of order.
This would prevent large orders falling through because of the hassle for the organiser of rounding up everyone’s payment and then processing a batch payment.
Love being about to disallow weekends as production days, would also love the ability to define OTHER non production days (holidays, shop maintenance days)
I think each idea should be "rated by difficulty to complete" by a deco team member eventually. This could include how long each project may take to complete if the idea is accepted. Or the reasons why it's not possible to keep people from further voting. Some of the ideas on here are way way easier to implement then others.
When adding a custom product and selecting the specific colors you want for the product, you should be able click a button that says "Add All Colors".
This would prevent us from having to select colors one at a time even though we want to add all of them. I've had to create dozens of custom products and select the dozens of colors one by one...it was very tedious which is why a button to quickly add all colors would save on creating products...
This was mentioned in the Feature Ideas section of the Forums, but this needs to be addressed. Under "Decoration Pricing" when you choose "Price per Sq. Inch" there needs to be an option to change the square inch price for white, light and dark products. I can't charge the same amount for a white shirt as I do for a black shirt - it's just not plausible nor good for sales.
I originally wanted a price table, but I can live without that for the time being - as long as this can be fixed sooner rather than later...... ;)
I would like to have a designer effect that would allow the design to be previewed without a white underbase. Or allow us the option to upload our own effects on the designer / like photoshop's multiply ect.
We should be able to define if/then statements for promotions for order criteria (ie IF a customer orders this specific shirt + this specific jacket THEN this will happen. This could be useful for 'grouped product' promotions and all sorts of other clever stuff.)
We should be able to limit coupons to a specific color of a specific item if we want. Go nuts with specificity here.
There should be custom messages to the customer when a coupon is applied/when it fails to apply about criteria for that offer being met/not being met. These should be store-owner defined on a per coupon/promo basis.
There should be a way to auto-apply a coupon/promotion based a specific URL or query string (ie customer clicks on 20% off _______ PPC/Email/Social ad, and that pricing discount is automatically applied to their session for that item (or whatever items are included in the promotion) while keeping the regular list pricing the same for other visitors)
I have many products that have way different production times. I would like to see the ability to base the production time on the actual product/ quantity order. Currently I believe it is one standard production time which doesn't make any sense.
If this has been added, I apologize - I thought I saw it earlier but couldn't find it on my last search.
Inksoft has had this feature available for a while - you can add multiple colors of a product (25 Red, 25 Royal and 25 Purple in Gildan 2000 = 75 pieces) to get a lower price because of the quantity.
I haven't looked recently, but I "think" you also can choose different products to get the same result. This is important to our business as screen printers and embroiderers - we have camps that order youth, ladies and unisex styles and will get the price break that corresponds with the total number of shirts ordered over all three styles.