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    Create Multiple Shipping in Multi-Vendor Marketplace App for Shopify

    If you are using Multivendor Marketplace Shipping App then now you will be able to create multiple shipping for your sellers.

    In this documentation, we will only discuss how the admin can create multiple shipping and further, how the sellers can configure them. To learn more about the marketplace shipping app, refer to this blog.

    Note: You will only be able to create multiple shipping if you are using Zone-Wise or Country-wise shipping type. It will not work in the case of the Postcode-wise shipping type.

    In case you want to change the shipping type from zone-wise/country-wise to postcode-wise then you first need to disable multiple shipping. Otherwise, you may face issues.

    Also, if you are using this feature, you won’t be able to fetch shipping rates using any other shipping module of the marketplace app. However, you can use these shipping modules for the fulfillment process.

    These are all the points that you need to remember. Now, let’s jump into the configuration part!

    Enable Multiple Shipping

    The admin needs to visit Multivendor Admin panel > Configuration > Shipping Methods. Here, you need to click on the following option:

    • Enable the ‘Create Multiple Shipping‘ option.
    • Choose where you want the shipping methods to display: Checkout Page or Product Page.

    On the same page, it is mandatory to enable the shipping calculator option:

    On the bottom on this page, you will have the code that you need to paste for shipping calculator. Note: In the case of multiple shipping, this code needs to be pasted in the product.liquid file.

    Single To Multiple Shipping Transfer 

    If you’ll switch from single to multiple shipping, you’ll get an option to migrate current shipping data to the new multiple shipping data. You can migrate the existing ranges by entering shipping method name. Further, the existing products with marketplace shipping will be replaced by this new shipping method.

    Add Shipping Method

    Visit Multivendor Admin panel > Configuration > Shipping Methods. On this page, click on Add Shipping Method:

    On the redirected page, add the Shipping Method:

    Next, enable these added methods:

    Once added & enabled, the following methods will be listed on the seller end. Let’s move on to the seller end configuration.

    Seller Panel

    Visit Multivendor Seller Panel > Configuration > Marketplace Shipping: Enable the shipping status.

    The seller needs to visit Multivendor Seller Panel > Configuration > Shipping Configuration. Enable the shipping methods added by the admin:

    Further, the seller needs to add Range Details:

    After clicking on the Range Detail option, the seller will be redirected to the following page. The seller then needs to click on the Add New Range button to set a shipping range to enter zone-wise shipping rates. These rates will be applied on the basis of the product’s price or product’s weight.

    Seller can set up to 8 ranges for a shipping method. Also, the seller can edit/delete the ranges.

    Click on the View Shipping button as shown in the above image. Here, click on the marked location to add zone wise rates:

    Further, enter the shipping range prices:

    Once added, the rates can be deleted/edited/disabled.

    This flow is as per zone-wise shipping. In case you want to know the flow to add country-wise shipping, refer: Country Wise Shipping

    Add Shipping to Products

    Visit Multivendor Seller Panel > Products > Product Listing > Add/Edit Product. Add the shipping to the products (more than once shipping can be added to a product):

    Shipping on Product Page:

    Shipping on Checkout Page:

    Code pasting

    In case you are using shipping on the product page, visit Multivendor Marketplace Admin Panel > Configuration > Instructions for Marketplace. Add the following sets of code to the restrictive template files:

    In case you are using the Hyperlocal Marketplace module, kindly check out: Hyperlocal with Multiple Shipping

    Note: In case you need our help with code pasting, drop your request at shopify@webkul.com.

    Case Scenario

    CASE I

    Suppose, Seller has 2 products: Product A & product B

    On product A, let say the seller has chosen: Method 1 & Method 2
    On product B, let say the seller has chosen: Method 2 & Method 3

    Then in this case, when customers add product A as well as product B then we’ll get Method 2 common so then we’ll display the shipping rates based on Method 2 on Shopify checkout.

    CASE II

    Suppose, Seller has 2 products: Product A & product B

    On product A, let say the seller has chosen: Method 1 & Method 2
    On product B, let say the seller has chosen: Method 3 & Method 4

    Then in this case, when customer add product A as well as product B then we won’t be getting any common shipping method so then we won’t be able to display any shipping rates on checkout page.

    Support: You can drop your query/suggestion at support@webkul.com or create your ticket at Webkul UV Desk.

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