Place an order for a customer in Breadstack.
- Select an Order Status. Learn more about order status definitions.
- Log the Date Created and Time Created.
- Click Add Item(s) and search for the product in the customer's order. Type at least three characters to start bringing up search results. Once you've selected the first product, you'll have the option to add another.
- If the product is variable, you'll be prompted to enter the variation.
- (Optional) Click Add Fee if you want to place a service charge on top of the order total. You can add a fixed or percentage fee. You'll see your fee added to the Order Total.
- Click Add Shipping to select a pickup or delivery method from your available shipping methods. Add the shipping fee here (if any).
- (Optional) Click Apply Coupons and apply any relevant coupon codes to this order. You'll see these reflected in the Order Total.
If you have a shipping provider, tracking number, and shipping date for this order, enter them here and click Save Tracking.
- Customer Name - Log this order as a Guest purchase, or click Edit and start typing to bring up names and email addresses of registered customers.
- Billing Info - Click Edit to open the billing popup. Fill out the fields manually for a Guest purchase; or, if customer is registered, click Load Customer Billing Info to automatically sync previous billing information.
- Shipping Info - Click Edit to open the shipping popup. If the billing and shipping information are the same, click Copy From Billing Info.
Otherwise, fill out the fields manually for a Guest purchase; or, if customer is registered, click Load Customer Billing Info to automatically sync previous billing information.
- Payment Info - Once the customer has paid, their payment method will appear here.
Shipping information will appear once the order has been created and payment has been received.
This section displays all saved actions related to this order.
Once the order has been created and saved, you can add a Private Note (visible to staff only) to the order log.
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