This article outlines the steps required to configure your WooCommerce integration.
- Plugin requirements
- Configure product SKUs
- Assign SKUs to product variants
- Gather shipping methods
- Gather API credentials
- Enable API access
- Enable shipment tracking
- Review order status
Before you begin, check that your WooCommerce store is compatible with PackageBee.
Configure product SKUs
Stock Keeping Units (SKUs) are merchant-defined codes that uniquely identify products in a warehouse. It is critical that the SKUs defined in WooCommerce are identical to the SKUs loaded into your warehouse management system.
Configure SKUs in WooCommerce.
Assign SKUs to product variants
If your store sells product variants (such as size or color), it's important that you assign a unique SKU to each variant.
Assign SKUs to product variants in WooCommerce.
Gather shipping methods
As part of the third-party fulfillment setup, a mapping must be created from each shipping method offered in the eCommerce system to the unique shipping code used by the fulfillment center.
Gather shipping methods from WooCommerce.
Gather API credentials
Gather the information required to access the WooCommerce API.
Gather API credentials in WooCommerce.
Enable API access
Enter the API credentials in your PackageBee store to enable API access.
Enable API access in PackageBee.
Enable Shipment Tracking
A Shipment Tracking extension is required to enable tracking numbers for WooCommerce orders. After you install the extension, PackageBee will populate tracking numbers in the order when they become available.
Enable Shipment Tracking in WooCommerce.
Review order status
When you set the connection to Enabled, PackageBee automatically sends orders from WooCommerce to your warehouse management system.
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