Add buttons to the Custom Fields editor so we can select whether the product's custom field shows up in Storefront, Business Hub or both.
For example: At my company, we'd like to use this to indicate production details in Business Hub but these should not be visible to the customer and not visible in the storefront.
There should be an area under each customer accounts where we can save notes about them:
Their shirt size, d.o.b.. Are they a pain in the ass. Did they have issues with their last order that we should be aware of for the next. Are they a high priority or VIP Client?
Designer should show price breaks to the client. Should let them know what the next price break is and the savings if they increase their order.
I would like the option to print out the packig slip before the order is marked as shipped. This way our shipping team can use the packing slip as a guide when counting and packing the order. As it is, the order must be shipped before this can be printed, which can be troublesome if we are in fact short on an order and the order will not, in fact, ship right away. We currently have to use the worksheet to count and cross out quantities when checking and shipping orders but the packing slip makes most sense to me, and a very clean copy with checked marks on it can be supplied to the customer.
Hello, I am writing to gain some backing for creating a true batch feature. The current batch process is just a search tool to group orders. In production we need to know the whole order so that we can produce it and then shiping order/fullfillment can process the individual orders. Our printers need to know that there are for example: 12s, 14m, 17l, and 9xl for an order to print/embroider. We do not have time for anyone in the shop to individually count out orders, bulk them to run on the press at the same time, and then break them into individual orders again for shipping. We bought into this software because of many of the features including Batching of orders, only to find out that Batching is not what we thought it was. Maybe we should of researched a bit more but the company seems very motivated to adapt to customer needs. How can any production shop make this work without doubling your work? Please comment and vote!
Problem, We have three stores, with same products, we could have only 1 inventory location, And we need to control the information how many products we have in each store, so if the inventory we could have more locations and the report with cost of product would be great
There should be an intregration to be able to fullfill orders for other website owners such as shopify etc.
Lots of our customers would like to us to dropship their orders and none has a deconetwork website.
There should be an add on for additional cost to be like a printful on Deconetwork
would like to suggest the following design templates for events now or coming.
Volleyball - now
Football - now
Basketball - coming up next
Choir - now
Orchestra - now
Band - now
Breast Cancer Awareness - coming/now
Currently name/number under Transfer Price, It would be easy to have its own pricing table for just name number instead of under transfer.
I have added products Manually from varies supplier catalog, Total around 200 products.
Currently, all 200 products show as default pricing, location, decoration methods.
Out of 200 shirts, 100 will be screen printed (Front & Back), 50 will be (Embroidery Front left only), 50 will be (DTG only)
How can I do that with simple selecting product in bulk,
I want to able to re-assign screen printing prices, embroidery prices, print locations in one click action instead of a product by product one by one.
How about the possibility of creating a CREDIT NOTE in the Deco. We often need to raise a credit note for a client for anything they wish to return or swap and the stock to be automatically put back into the inventory. We have clients that want to change sizes on articles (not personalised, of course), or want to return samples and we struggle to provide them with a detailed list and the revised amount due.
Currently we put a minus before the cost of each returned article in a new order (as the invoice has usually already been made and cannot be amended), which we then transfer to an invoice, so the client can see the correct value .... However, the inventory has to be changed manually, otherwise the garment is put into the stock/inventory twice and our stock levels are incorrect.
My company is transitioning over from Shopworks Onsite software. The biggest change for us is how production is handled on deconetwork. It appears that there is no consideration for the processes involved such as mesh counts, print order, needle sequence. In the shopworks program, the designs are setup in a way that I can list the mesh counts of the screens involved, print order/sequence, ability to enlarge artwork for proofing and also the customization to setup approval tabs. Our production system currently call for a proof of the first printed sample (on pellon/paper/sample tee) this is signed off if it meets our specs. Next we have an approval on the first printed piece of each order. We also have the ability to do this for our embroidery department as well. We are able to link the design with the thread color and needle sequence that is stored with each design so that it does not have to be figured out each time we load the design.
We attach this information to our seperations for the screen department so that they have an idea of what they are doing. The print order print sheet in deco network is too much. Most jobs in an order use the same design. Production does not need a picture of each item with the same design on it. We as in the Screenprint industry usually print the same design on flat goods. In shopworks, we have a print spec screen that we can click designs on and off for example if 12 shirts get a front and back, both designs would be checked. If they had 8 sweatshirts that just got the front print, the back print would not be checked for those items. Let me know if others have this problem by voting for more production spec options.
Thanks and Print Away.
Unspalsh is a superb photo library with free to use license terms.
We have instagram and faecbook integration in the online designer already, would it be possible to also include a link to Unsplash?
I would like to have the ability to either merger Purchase orders or convert the products to unspecified products before raising a purshase order. For instance: we have many instances where we order from Alpha Broder and Sanmar the same day. If we can't get an item from one supplier, we just order it from the other supplier if they have the same item. Currently we only have the option to make the products unspecified after we raise the purchase order, leadint to multiple purchase orders. After creating an unspecified purchase order, when I raise the next purchase order, I think the options shoud be the 1. new actual vendor 2. merge with the same vendor or 3. convert to unspecified an merge with existing unspecified po.
It would be nice if the customer can able to see text live when they are curving with a toggle on mobile phones.
Instead of going back and forth guessing.
Since most of people use phone nowadays.
Popup comes "You must enter a Product size"
Instead of That, it would be nice if "Sizes box" pop up for entering sizes since they will need to enter sizes anyways!
When they are clicking BUY, they are ready to move forward. For some people hard to locate box to enter sizes, this would be an awesome update!
It would be good to be able to deposit features (material, size, finishing options, short arms, long arms, and many more) in the products
It would be perfect if the customer could then restrict the product search by features and if its possible to show them in the product as extra tab.
Should be an easy fix and can be considered as very useful in relation to GDPR.
Please consider renewing the tie up / availability of designeous collections on Deco
We need more stock designs for sure!