With ShippyPro, you can create your shipping documents in just a few clicks. 

The Shipping Manifest is one of them. This document is typically presented to the carrier outlining the parcels that will be picked up.

The manifest will show the reference number of each shipping order in the load, the weight and number of parcels and the recipient addresses.

Note: Please remember that this file doesn’t coincide with Close Work Day. Click here to find out more about Close Work Day.

Now, let's see how to create a Manifest step by step! 🔍
  

1. Ship your orders

Remember that you first need to ship your orders from Label Creator > To Ship to be able to generate the relative Manifest. Learn how to do it step by step here: 

 

2. Select your Shipments

In Shipping Labels, select only the shipments you'd like to include inside the Manifest.

🔎 Tip 1: If you receive more than 50 orders per day, consider displaying more orders on Shipping Labels page, just like this:

 
🔎 Tip 2
: Filter you shipments per Date and Carrier, like this: 

    

3. Create the Manifest 📄


After selecting the orders, click then on Carriers > Create Manifest to create it. 

You'll be then redirected to a new tab with your Shipping Manifest on it. You can either print it or download it directly!

Here's an example:

 

4. Where can I find my Manifests? 


You'll find all the Manifest you created inside Label Creator > My Manifests

From this page you can:

  • Filter your Manifests either by Date or Keyword from the search bar at the top right. 
  • Download a single Manifest by clicking on the black icon:
  • Downlaod a ZIP with multiple Manifests filtered by a time interval. Please note that you can set up to 3 months.

 
And done! 🎉
   

⚡️ Take a Tour!

Want to see how My Manifests section really works? Click here to take a quick tour of this page. 

 
🔑 Remember that you need to be logged in to start your tour. Click here to learn how to create your account in a few steps. It will only take you a few minutes!

  

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