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Does ShipStation have an API?


Does ShipStation have an API?

ShipStation API Our API is available for any plan and allows developers to build applications that interface with the ShipStation platform. The API can be used to automate many tasks including: Managing Orders. Managing Shipments.

Where do I find my ShipStation API key?

You can find your API Key as the username and API Secret under Settings at .

How do I test my ShipStation API?

Review the Order in ShipStation

  1. Log in to your ShipStation Account.
  2. In ShipStation, navigate to Orders > On Hold > Stores > Manual Orders.
  3. View the order details and, in the Order Notes, check that Custom Field 1 is marked “Invoice status: New”.

What does ShipStation integrate with?

ShipStation offers multi-carrier shipping software for eCommerce fulfillment. Popular ShipStation integrations include ERP, Payment, 3PL and finance applications. Celigo is a specialist in integrating ShipStation to streamline subscription Ecommerce fulfillment.

Is ShipStation down today?

No incidents reported today.

What is ShipStation used for?

ShipStation is a web-based ecommerce shipping platform that will streamline and automate your fulfillment process. Our branded customer pages, mobile app, and many other features will help your business save time and money.

Does ShipStation save you money?

The reason shipping softwares like ShipStation are so effective is because we save you time and money on order fulfillment. If you use ShipStation, you get a free account that gives you Commercial Base Pricing rates at no additional cost.

How do I get my ShipStation API?

Access the ShipStation API

  1. Select Account from the left-hand sidebar, then choose API Settings.
  2. Click Generate New API Keys if no key and secret are listed yet. Important.
  3. Copy your key and secret. You can then provide them to the account you wish to access ShipStation’s API.

Why is ShipStation slow?

If you find that ShipStation is loading slowly or is not as responsive as usual, this may be a result of a few different browser-related issues. If you prefer not to use one of our recommended browsers, ShipStation will also run effectively in Microsoft Edge (Windows) and Safari (MacOS).

Why can’t I log into ShipStation?

If you are still unable to log in, an account admin must contact ShipStation Support to request a password rest. Password reset requests require the following: The user contacting us MUST be an active Admin-level user on the account. The username of the user unable to log into Shipstation.

Is ShipStation any good?

ShipStation scores high marks across review boards and currently has an A rating with the Better Business Bureau. Overall, users say ShipStation makes it easier to run a business, by automating your shipping processes, making it easy to calculate shipping rates, and print shipping labels and packing slips.

What does the REST API do for ShipStation?

Our REST API is available for any plan and allows for read access to almost all data in your account, and write access to create specific objects, like Orders, Customers, and Products. The API is a great way to get data directly to and from ShipStation, like creating orders, customers, and querying order & shipping data.

How to generate new API keys in ShipStation?

Go to Account Settings. Select Account from the left-hand sidebar, then choose API Settings. Click Generate New API Keys if no key and secret are listed yet. If you’ve already generated your API keys, the existing API keys will be displayed here and the button will say Regenerate API Keys. If you already have API keys, do NOT generate new ones.

How does a ShipStation webhook work on a website?

When triggered, ShipStation will make an API POST call to deliver a payload of data to the target URL that will include a follow-up resource_url that can be used to gather specific information related to the orders or shipments. A webhook will post the payload to the target URL within a few minutes of the action that triggered it.

Which is better API integration or ShipStation integration?

Though the functionality afforded by this approach is limited to these 2 main functions, much of the heavy lifting is performed by ShipStation. An API integration, on the other hand, exposes much more functionality, but requires that the developer do much of the heavy lifting.