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Shopify Makes It Easier For Merchants To Make Wholesale Orders

By Chris Crum

July 13, 2015

Shopify is now letting merchants create orders and accept credit card payments through the Shopify Admin in an effort to make it easier for them to sell wholesale, take orders by phone, etc.

When a seller is done building a new order, they can click Email invoice or Pay with Credit Card to process a payment. The former sends the customer a customizable message and a link to a pre-filled checkout. The latter lets you type the customer's credit card and billing info into Shopify Admin.

"Order creation was designed for businesses that need the flexibility to create custom orders," says Shopify's Tom Burns. "This new tool makes it easy to build orders in Shopify using existing products, new line items, one-time discounts, and customizable shipping rates. Plus, it allows you to save and track draft orders from Shopify's new Drafts section."

"To create an order, log in to your Shopify Admin, go to your Orders page, and click Create Order," he explains. "Once you've created your order, you can email an invoice or [...]

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