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OrderlyEmails now supports Shopify's "Edit order" feature

OrderlyEmails now supports Shopify's "Edit order" feature FORSBERG+two

OrderlyEmails now supports Shopify's new "Edit order" feature, with pricing, taxes, discounts etc. all being correctly recalculated based on the changes made to an order through your Shopify admin.

This change ensures the email editor experience continues to closely match what customers will see in actual emails sent after an order is edited.

The "Edit order" feature is a new feature from Shopify that allows you to make changes to the details of an order directly within the Shopify admin. This includes the ability to modify the pricing, taxes, discounts, and other details of an order. This feature is useful if you need to make changes to an order after it has been placed, such as if you need to update the price of an item or apply a discount.

edit order feature screenshot

To use the "Edit order" feature, you will need to login to your Shopify account and navigate to the "Orders" section of the admin. From here, you can click on the order that you want to edit, and then click the "Edit" link in the top menubar. This will open the "Edit order" page, where you can make changes to the details of the order. Once you have made your changes, you can save the updated order and it will be reflected in the email templates created using OrderlyEmails.

Overall, the "Edit order" feature from Shopify is a useful tool for online store owners who need to make changes to the details of an order after it has been placed. This can help to ensure that your email templates are accurate and up-to-date, and can ultimately lead to happier and more satisfied customers.

We are committed to providing you with the tools and features that you need to run a successful online store. The support for Shopify's new "Edit order" feature is just one of the many ways that OrderlyEmails can help you to create professional and effective email templates that will impress your customers. Thank you for choosing OrderlyEmails.

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