In Eshopbox, you can upload charge rules in bulk. Uploading rules in bulk saves your time and effort. This article will help you to:

  • Understand the rules and guidelines that you should follow while creating a charge rule template.

Before you start

What’s Included

Below is the field that will be in the fee template and their description with example.

  • Category: It is the category to which the product belongs. Example: Jeans, Top, Kurta.
  • Brand: It is the brand of the product. The brand should be in the active stage. Example: Kapas Kraft, etc.
  • Payment Method: The mode of payment. This field can have only one of the two values mentioned below. Example: COD, Prepaid.
  • Shipping Zone: The order is shipped to this zone. This field can have any one of the values mentioned below. Example: Local, Regional, National, Metropolitan, Special Category Zone.
  • Product Selling Price (Currency): The currency of selling price. Mandatory if you have provided value in the ‘product selling price (Min)’ field. There is only one possible value for this field, i.e., INR.
  • Product Selling Price (Min): Define the maximum value of the product selling price. Mandatory if you have provided value in the ‘Product Selling Price (Currency)’ field. Example: 300, 1000, etc.
  • Product Selling price (Max): Define the maximum value of the product selling price. For an infinite price range, leave this field blank but provide value for the ‘Product Selling Price (Min)’ field. Example: 100, 2000, etc.
  • Weight Range (Min): Minimum weight of the product. The unit of this field is in kg. Number field with up to 3 decimal points. Example: .250 ,.500, 1, 3, etc.
  • Weight Range (Max): Maximum weight of the product. The unit of this field is in kg. The decimal number field can be up to 3 decimal points. For infinite weight range, leave this field blank but provide value for the ‘Weight range(Min)’ field. Example: 1, 2, 5, etc.
  • Flat fee to be considered for the rule: Fee value, which is fixed for the rule and would not vary. The amount defined in this field will be charged and will not depend on that quantity. Example: 12, 15, etc.
  • Flat fee to be applicable on: Fee applies to the order, shipment, or per item. Mandatory if you have provided value in ‘Fixed value to apply on’ field. Example: Per Order, Per Order Item, Per shipment.
  • Per Unit Fee: Fee value that will vary with different conditions. Used when the fee charged is based on quantity. Example: 12, 15, etc.
  • Per unit fee to be applicable on: The per-unit fee provided can apply to shipment, order, or order Item. Mandatory if you have provided value in the ‘per unit fee’ field. Example: Per Shipment, Per order, Per order Item.
  • Per Additional Value: Change in per-unit fee value. Mandatory if you have provided value in the ‘per unit fee’ field. The unit for this is Kilogram(KG). Example: 1,2, etc.
  • Percentage fee to be considered for the rule: Define the percentage fee, calculated from the selling price of the product. Percentage should be less than 100. No need to apply “%” after the value. Example: 10, 16.6, etc.
  • Percentage fee to be applicable on: The percentage value provided can apply to Shipment, order, or order Item. Mandatory if you have provided value in the ‘Percentage fee to be considered for the rule’ field. Example: Per Shipment, Per order, Per order Item.
  • Then Condition Applicable on: Mandatory if two or more values are added from ‘flat-fee,’ ‘per unit fee,’ and ‘Percentage fee.’ Example: Sum, Lower, Higher.

Guidelines

  • If you do not want to enter a condition, leave that field blank.
  • To provide indefinite price range or Weight range fields, leave it blank but provide minimum value.
  • ‘Then condition applicable on’ this field is mandatory when you add two or more values from ‘fixed Value,’ ‘Variable value,’ and ‘Percentage Value.’
  • The unit for weight is in kilograms (KG).
  • Provide value from at least one field from flat fee/Per unit fee/percentage fee.
  • For ‘Percentage fee considered for the rule’ field, do not add a percentage ‘%’ sign after the value.
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