How you connect your Jet.com account to ShipStation will depend on if you are a new Jet seller, or an established Jet seller.
New sellers must go through Jet's Test API Runway before being able to connect to the production API, add products, and start selling.
Established sellers can connect ShipStation immediately to the production API and available fulfillment nodes, and then also have the option to download their existing product catalog to ShipStation.
See each Connect section below for your scenario.
Connecting Jet to ShipStation
New Jet Seller
As a new Jet seller, you must first complete your Jet.com Onboard Runway. This consists of filling out your Jet.com company profile, then completing the Test API Onboard Runway process. Click each article for detailed steps.
Established Jet Seller
As an established seller, you can immediately connect ShipStation your production API, but you must also connect a ShipStation Inventory Warehouse to a Jet Fulfillment node, as well as disconnect Jet from any other 3rd party shipping platform. The articles below will guide you through the connection process.
Using Jet.com with ShipStation
Products and Inventory
Jet.com requires products and inventory to be managed outside of Jet, meaning products and inventory must be synced via their API connection from external platforms, like ShipStation.
To accommodate this, you must use ShipStation's product and inventory management tools to sync your product listings back to Jet.com.
Follow the instructions in the article How do I set up ShipStation's Native Inventory Solution? to make sure this feature has been configured correctly in ShipStation.
To import new product listings into ShipStation, follow the instructions in the article How do I bulk import listing data for my Jet products using a CSV file?
Once you have your products imported into ShipStation, the inventory configured, and your stock counts set, you can then upload the product listings to Jet.com. Review the following articles for more details: