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It seems that this thread is bringing up two separate feature requests, both of which I can see being very important to a lot of people, including myself. They are:
1) Order Notice - Secondary Email Destination - On a per-product basis
2) Additional Notification URLs in API settings area
To expand on this, the desired features are for these use-cases (both of which pertain to my business):
1) I receive an order notice email, the customer has purchased three different items that will be drop shipped from different sources. Currently, I need to manually scan every order email, and follow up by copying and pasting address info into emails to my drop-ship suppliers.
The new per-product order notice emails would do this automatically. For example, if the customer bought three items, and one was a Widget Z, then automatically a secondary order notice email would go to my Widget Z drop-ship supplier, with the purchase information ONLY ABOUT WIDGET Z. My drop ship suppliers DO NOT need a full order report, that's too much information to dump on them, they just need the info about the item they are about to ship.
2) Currently, Notifications API can only have one URL listening for tokens. I am selling access to a membership website, and so at that site there's a PHP script set as my 1shop Notifications API Listener, and whenever a new member purchases a membership, that script gets into action creating a membership in my database and emailing them their login info.
If I had two membership sites (which I may in the future), I would want each site to have a "Notifications API listener script." Handling its own business. Listening for purchases that pertain to its own membership website. For this, I'd need to be able to add additional "Notification URLs" in the API settings area. How about up to 10 of them?
Thanks for reading!
I have no idea if my affiliate link that just went out to their mailing list is working. I guess I'll find out tomorrow.
Wish I could see what's going on with even an hour lagtime... waiting 24hrs for a report is very odd in this day & age.
Yes, this is an alarming oversight. I have to make a note to myself to do it manually in Authorize.net once the transaction clears at the end of the day.