In our last video, we finished talking about how to get set up with Fishbowl’s many shipping integrations. This week we’re going to dig deeper into one of those integrations and show seven tips and tricks to take full advantage of Fishbowl’s integration with UPS WorldShip.
Here are the seven tips and tricks that this video offers to help Fishbowl users when working with UPS WorldShip:
1. Basic mapping modification
2. Pulling the customer’s email address
3. How to handle partial shipments
4. How to handle multiple carton orders
5. How to get UPS to pull the correct ship service
6. Different export options available
7. Batch importing
This is a long video (coming in at just under 18 minutes) because it takes its time to explore each of these points thoroughly.
Next Video: The Difference Between Parts and Products
In the next video, we’ve got a nice treat. When managing inventory in Fishbowl, some users get confused by the terms “part” and “product.” Next week, we’ll explain what each term means so there won’t be any more confusion.
Feel free to watch any or all of our previous videos we’ve shared in this series:
- How to Install the Fishbowl Server
- How to Create a New Database in Fishbowl
- How to Connect a Client to the Fishbowl Server
- How to Navigate the Fishbowl Client
- How to Add Data to the Fishbowl Database
- How to Find What You’re Looking for in the Fishbowl Wiki
- How to Contact Fishbowl Support
- How to Fix a Common Error When Exporting to QuickBooks
- How to Migrate Your Fishbowl Server
- How to Enter a New Fishbowl Software License Key
- How to Update the Fishbowl Server
- How to Set Up an ODBC Connection to the Fishbowl Database
- How to Integrate with UPS WorldShip
- How to Integrate with FedEx Ship Manager
- How to Integrate with Endicia Professional
Robert Lockard is a copywriter with Fishbowl. He writes for several blogs about inventory management, manufacturing, QuickBooks, and small business. Fishbowl is the #1-requested manufacturing and warehouse management software for QuickBooks users. Robert enjoys running, reading, writing, spending time with his wife and children, and watching movies.