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    POS Local Delivery for Shopify

    Our newly launched POS Local Delivery app for Shopify is here. The POS Local Delivery App will help the Store Owners to deliver the products with the help of POS and can manage the Status of the Delivery Orders too. They can even add time slots at the time of order for product delivery.

    Features

    • Delivery through POS System.
    • Multiple Customer Address can be added through POS.
    • Time Slots can be added for the delivery.
    • Beneficial for local delivery shops, with fixed time delivery.
    • Multiple Customer Addresses can be added.
    • Cross browser compatible.

    Installation

    On Landing Page, you will find the “install” button. Enter the shop URL where you want to install the Shopify POS Local Delivery app.

    Workflow

    After the installation, the app will be listed in the ‘Apps’ section of the Shopify Backend.

    Configuration

    Clicking on the app, you will be redirected to the configuration panel which is further divided into two parts:

    General Configuration

    Enter the email ID & save.

    Shipping Configuration

    Select the distance unit (km/m), enter the maximum delivery range, enter the range for which the delivery charges will remain same, enter the price for fixed defined address & price for delivery after covering free distance (per unit distance).

    All Orders

    On this page, you will have all the orders created by using POS LocalDelivery application.

    You can view the Delivery Status & can view/edit the delivery address.

    The delivery status can be updated from the same page:

    Also, clicking on view/edit address button, you will be redirected to this page:

    Make address changes if you want to and then click on the ‘Update Delivery Details’ button to save the settings.

    Also, this is all from the Shopify Backend.

    Now let’s see how order can be placed from the POS Local Delivery App:

    Once you open the app, you will have such a view:

    Now, the Admin needs to select the customer for which he wants to place the order.

    To add a new customer, the Admin needs to click on the ‘Select Customer’ button:

    Select the customer from the list given or if the customer is new then click on the ‘+’ icon on top right of the pop-up to add a new one.

    If a new customer is to be added then, this form needs to be filled:

    After selecting the products (from the left panel: All Products) & adding them to the cart, this is what you will have:

    Now, click on the three dots on the top right of the page & select the ‘Locate Address’ option:

    Clicking on which, you will be redirected to this page where you’ll need to input the delivery address & then click on Get Distance:

    Scroll down to select the time slot best suitable for delivery of that order & click on Add Shipment Charge:

     Now, the Admin needs to go back to the cart page as the shipping charges on the basis of the configuration will be added.

    Now, click on the ‘Charge US$ 341.96’ option and now accept the charges on the redirected page

    Click on the three dots on the top right to update the address else click on the done button to create the order:

    Also, the orders created can be viewed on the backend of the Shopify in POS delivery app or in the orders section of this mobile application as well.

    Demo Details

    Moreover, for demo details, check out the link given below:

    https://wk-pos-local-delivery.myshopify.com/pages/demo-details

    Support

    For any kind of technical assistance and suggestions, just raise a ticket at http://webkul.uvdesk.com/ and for any doubt contact us at support@webkul.com

    Current Product Version - 1.0

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