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How to administer Batch as a Shopify Merchant.
Intelligent Order Grouping
We group offers in a smart way to save shipping fees for your customers. In order to save shipping costs for your customers and keep them happy Batch applies an intelligent order grouping to open offers. Offers that belong to the same order can benefit from the same shipping cost. If you accept an offer from an order and then accept another, later from that same order. As long as an order is unfulfilled, any offers belonging to that order that are accepted will be attached properly to tha
Can I enable/disable the Address Autocomplete in checkout?
Yes! In the Settings > Preferences section, you'll find a toggle to enable or disable the Address Autocomplete in the Checkout. The Batch checkout is one of the fastest in the business: make a full price purchase and offers all at the same time within 60 seconds. One of the ways this is accomplished is with a custom address autocomplete field that greatly reduces the number of form fields a customer would have to fill out to move forward with checking out.
Can I delay the Batch button from appearing?
Yes! You can access this preference option in the Settings > Preferences area. Every retailer strives to create a unique user experience and timing is often an important factor in that equation. As requested by customers, we've added the ability to delay the display of the Batch button on the Product and Cart pages.
Can I choose the maximum discount for customer offers?
Yes! In the Settings > Preferences section, you'll find a toggle to edit the maximum discount you'd like to allow for customer offers. As the name indicates, this is a control option to choose how low customers can go when making offers. Assuming an example product listed for $100, a maximum offer discount of 60% would mean the lowest possible offer for that product would be $40 ($100 - 60%). !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/7cd39c
Make more products available to Batch to get more offers
The advantage Batch gives you is the option to sell any inventory you want when you want at the prices you want. But you need offers to do that. Ask any eCommerce expert and they'll tell you— Pay What You Want outperforms markdowns every single time. The reason behind that fact is a simple microeconomics concept called the "consumer's propensity to spend." For every product price, there's a certain number of people who are willing to buy that product. That means that at your list p
Can I enable/disable the Introduction card?
Yes! In the Settings > Preferences section, you'll find a toggle to enable or disable the Introduction card. When a customer clicks on the 'Make an offer' button, a modal appears explaining what is about to be displayed, how it works and what to expect. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/webs