When you get a new ticket in RepairShopr, you want the customer to be able to send in the defective item as fast as possible. You can save time and work at your end if you create a returns shipping label with shipcloud at the same time the RepairShopr ticket gets created. Just set up your location as the address where the shipment should be sent to, select a carrier to be used and you're almost good to go.
How this RepairShopr-shipcloud integration works
- A new ticket gets created in RepairShopr
- A new returns shipment gets created using shipcloud and your desired carrier
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Triggers when a Ticket is created.
Creates a Customer in your RepairShopr account.
Triggers when you create a customer.
Creates a Lead in your RepairShopr account.
Triggers when a payment is made.
Creates a Ticket in your RepairShopr account.
Triggers when a new invoice is created.
Updates a Ticket in your RepairShopr account.
Triggers when a Ticket status is changed.
Adding this action into your Zap will create a real shipment. To avoid being charged you can use your sandbox key for creating the zap and switch to the live api key once everything works fine.