We’ve put together a quick video showing you how to automate your self-service returns using the Zenkraft shipping apps! You can embed our Force.com site into any e-commerce platform to make your customers happier, reduce customer service costs and collect product feedback!
Todays blog post will show you how add the FedEx Tracking Number onto the Contact object after you have created a shipment. Firstly make sure you have the text field available on your contact object: Next let’s create a Process Builder task to retrieve the tracking number once the shipment has been created. To […]
Today we will show you how you can get FedEx rates for a shipment and add the users choice back onto the account object. The first thing we need to do is set the “to” and “from” address of the shipment. In the code below we get the preference details to ship from and we […]
Today’s blog post explains how to create a FedEx shipment directly from a trigger on a standard Salesforce Account object. You will need our FedEx app and our Bulk Shipping package. Contact us if you need any further information. Firstly, create a checkbox on your account object. Let’s call it Create_Fedex__c. We will run the […]
We’ve improved our FedEx app with new features! • Custom Setting added to auto truncate name and company name to 35 character max • Global method added to allow International Returns • Ship From address is now possible to manage via Custom Address Source • Custom Address Source no longer has a 1000 object […]
Salesforce has released a new feature called Work Orders. According to Salesforce, work orders let you efficiently track repairs, standard maintenance, and other types of service. This sounds like a great use case for Shipping! Here is a tutorial on how to generate FedEx shipping labels for Work Orders. These can either be outbound (replacements) […]
Install either our FedEx, UPS or USPS packages from the AppExchange. Here are the steps to setup: 1- Create a public domain 2- Create a public site 3- Add the ShipmentLabelsAPI class to that site (included within the package) After that you will be able to execute GET request to the https://public.site.domain.name/services/apexrest/namespace/ShipmentLabelsAPI?Id=<attachmentId> For example: https://fedex-demo.secure.force.com/services/apexrest/namespace/ShipmentLabelsAPI?Id=A00000000000000123