To get the most from Stitch, add products early in their lifecycle. Add new products to purchase orders then receive against those POs to increase the quantity available, automatically track average unit costs, and measure supplier performance over time.
This release makes it easy to add products early in their lifecycle—before you list them on your sales channel. Enjoy!
Use the Order Import CSV to import offline sales in bulk. This CSV isn't designed for wholesale order management, but it's now more wholesale-friendly.
The Order Import CSV now includes Cancel Date, which together with Ship Date form the wholesale shipping window.
On the Order Import CSV, blank Ship Date values were importing with the import date. We now respect blank values for this field.
Users can no longer delete themselves and rebellious admins can no longer delete account owners.
If you upload an Order Import CSV with modified headers, we'll alert your right away rather than at the end of the process. Fewer clicks!
Stitch would stall when deleting integrations with high-volume sales channels. Now this process should complete without a hitch—though we hope you never have to do it.
If we detect a sync problem with an integrated sales channel or add-on, we'll highlight the Integrations icon with a red badge and alert you via the notification center.
When importing Magento products into Stitch inventory, we weren't pulling in weight values. Now we do!
Happy Friday! New reports, security updates, and a new webinar, to boot:
The Sales Velocity report shows how quickly your inventory is selling across multiple time intervals. Now available on all accounts!
The Cross-Channel Sales Overview report shows gross revenue, total orders, and units sold for each sales channel—including manual orders created in Stitch—to (finally) allow for cross-channel comparison. Enjoy!
We released security updates to our Stripe and Authorize.net integrations, which allow you to take credit card payments right within Stitch. Authorize.net customers: you'll need to re-authorize before processing payment. Stripe folks: you're all set.
Awaiting stock wasn't displaying correctly on purchase orders in single-warehouse accounts. Now it's working like a charm.
If you have unlinked listings, we now alert you via the notification center.
Notifications for the Import Orders CSV were user-specific, meaning that we didn't notify you of teammates' uploads. If you had a problem uploading, Stitch Support wouldn't be able to see what you saw. Now everyone sees the same upload status via the notification center.
We removed our integrations with Google Drive and Google Analytics. This helps us focus on making other parts of the app better.
Clicking from one record to the next (products, contacts, etc.) should now be a bit snappier thanks to changes in how those pages load.
Squashed a bug that was opening the notification center behind certain pages, which, while stealthy, was not helpful.
On table views, you can once again hide unnecessary columns by clicking the ⚙️ .
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