UberRUSH inside Salesforce?

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Our new Multi-Carrier app that will be available on the AppExchange at the end of the month, will allow you to book and track all your shipments with more than 50 carriers. This is quite impressive by itself, but wait to hear the best part. Among those carriers, you will find the on-demand service of […]

UPS Version 3.6 Released

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During the past months we have been working on two major features to make your shipping through our UPS app more efficient. With the new UPS version you can benefit from: 1) Print Management Software Update: ability to choose your thermal label printer, non thermal label printer and document printer, on a global, preference and […]

UPS Version 3.0 Released

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We have been busy working on a new version of our UPS App. We’ve launched many new major features to make shipping more efficient. Default Service Type, Package Types and Packages and auto-create shipments We’ve extended Custom Address Source to map many more fields into the shipping wizard! This includes Service Type, Packaging Type and […]

Salesforce Work Orders with FedEx, UPS and USPS Shipping Apps

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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) […]

USPS Web Tools Tracking Now Available

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Some of our customers had been noticing that our USPS tracking via Endicia and Express1 lagged behind the tracking available on USPS.com. Therefore we’ve just implemented the USPS Web Tools as an easy way to get much more up-to-date USPS tracking. Follow the steps below to get setup: 1) Install the latest version of our […]

Make Shipping Labels Using Force.com Sites

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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