It is finally time to phase out our POS V2 module.
This post covers the changes that you will see in our POS V3 module.
Since the new year we’ve been working hard to implement some changes to our document editor, and I’m pleased to be able to introduce them to you today.
Invoices, Purchases Orders and Delivery Dockets are one of the few ways you present your brand to the world, and if you care about appearances - and in business everyone should care about appearances - it is vitally important that you have great looking documents.
We’ve made some changes that will help you, your implementation partners or designers to design documents that look brilliant and unique.
One change we are going to be making shortly is replacing the inline editors, or ‘WYSIWYG’ editors throughout the system. We will shortly use Froala editor wherever there is rich text to be edited. I hope you agree with me that Froala is a clean and modern editor and I hope you enjoy using it.
At the end of this month we will remove the deprecated Order Import, as promised for a little while now. We feel confident that we have completely replaced and improved the functionality of the order import, and there are a few new features we’ve added to round off this feature that I’d like to explain.
Today we launch our shiny new Order Import. We’ve been wanting to improve the order import process for a long time now. Our old import was complicated, time-consuming and laborious. But no more! Order importing has become seriously fast.
Over the last few months, we have been upgrading all our Ecommerce and Marketplace apps to what we refer to as “Version 2” - a sleeker, more refined set of apps.
In this article, I want to give you a quick rundown of some of the more useful features we’ve added.
This week we can announce our integration with eBay.
Did you know that - according to Feedvisor - an estimated 73% of Amazon sellers also sell on eBay? That just shows what a huge potential market eBay is for your products. With Cin7's new integration, now is the perfect time to get started.
Today we add a much-requested feature for two of our most popular apps.
From today, our Shopify and WooCommerce apps are able to update pricing of products from Cin7 to each ecommerce platform.
We have been ‘beta’ testing version 3 of the POS for some months now, and it is finally time for the interface to hit the big time!
This post covers the changes that you will see in our POS upgrade, and explain how you can swap to the new version.