With the Rules Engine, you can select Conditions based on:

  • a range of postcodes (e.g. 2000-2500)
  • suburb-postcodes (e.g. Surry Hills, 2015)
  • countries

Rules will be automatically applied when a new order is created or synced to Shippit and when an order's details are updated.

Note

Postcode ranges and suburb-postcode Conditions have been built for domestic orders and are limited to your Shippit account's country. You can check the country your account is linked to by going to Settings > General. 

Postcode example

This example outlines how to create a rule to not allocate orders to Allied Express for orders that have a postcode within the ranges of 2000 and 2500. For orders with postcodes within this range, other carriers that are enabled on your account will be allocated.d400609f-b95a-4dd8-93d0-16b416538c4b.png

Suburb-postcode example

This example outlines how to create a rule to not allocate orders to Allied Express for orders addressed to Surry Hills, 2010 or Alexandria, 2015.

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Country example

This example outlines how to create a rule to not allocate orders to eParcel International for orders addressed to USA.

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To learn more, check out our other support articles on the Rules Engine

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