Explains how to find ShipStation support contact information, how to search for help content and how to connect with ShipStation support.
Contact our support team when you have a question, experience an issue while using ShipStation, or are unable to create labels. ShipStation has multiple support options to meet your needs.
Online Help Center
Our online help center includes product and feature help articles, integrations help articles, and troubleshooting help articles so you can learn how to use features or resolve common issues right away.
Use the search bar to search for individual words, phrases, or questions. Use the left-side navigation to browse articles based on what task you need to accomplish or the feature you wish to use.
Live Chat or Email
To access the chat and email option, you must open the help center from a logged in ShipStation account. The chat widget will appear where you can enter your question and you can choose the chat or email options available.
Interact with and learn from other ShipStation users. Exchange tips, tricks, workflows, and best practices.
Members of our support team monitor the community for any issue that needs to be addressed directly by support, in which case they’ll convert your post to a support ticket and contact you directly.
Everyone can view community posts. You must be logged in to post and comment.
For Enterprise and High Volume plans, call between 8 am and 8 pm CST. The phone number is listed in your ShipStation account's Help menu .
Use the Contact widget available on our help center (where you are now) to search for help content, which may resolve your issue right away, and to contact ShipStation's support team via email or chat.
Log in to ShipStation to Access the Contact Widget
Log in to ShipStation. Then, click on Get Help in the help menu . You will be redirected and automatically logged in to the ShipStation help center.
Can't log in? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to open a ticket.
Click on the chat widget icon in the help center to open it. The chat widget will appear in the lower right corner of the ShipStation help center as long as you are logged in.
In a few short words, type in what you need help with. The widget will offer suggestions for help articles that may answer your support question.
If the results do not provide what you need, you can choose to do another search or to contact support. The widget offers all support options available to you based on your subscription plan.
When contacting support, include as much information about the question or issue as possible. This helps the agent to fully understand what you need, to accurately answer your question, and to resolve your issue with their first response. Examples of what you might include:
Detailed description of your issue
Example order numbers
Name of shipping carrier or service
Name of your automation rule
Type of printer
Specific error messages
What troubleshooting steps you have already performed
Screenshots or video captures of the issue you're experiencing are extremely helpful. They can ensure the ShipStation team is looking for the issue in the right place, provide hints on how to replicate the issue, and provide information that would not normally be available to the support team member, such as detailed information about an order available in your selling channel but not found in ShipStation.
This section will assist you with how to capture screenshots using the built-in tools in Windows and macOS and introduce you to additional screen capture options.
There are two types of screen captures you can take: the entire screen or the active window. For example, if you have three programs open at the same time, you might want a screen capture of only the active window.
Press the PRINT SCREEN key on your keyboard (PRTSC or PRTSCN on some keyboards).
Your captured screen will be copied to your clipboard.
Paste the screen capture into the email or a program that allows you to save the images as a JPG or PNG file.
You can then attach that file to an email or drop it into a chat window to share with another person.
Check out Microsoft's detailed instructions for Windows 8.1 and higher on how to use their built-in snipping tool.
Press Command (⌘) + Shift + 4
Click and drag the crosshair pointer over the desired capture area.
When you have the entire area you wish to capture within the selection, release your mouse.
The image of the screen will be saved as a file on the desktop (called "Screenshot XX-XX-XX" where the Xs are the day's date).
If you prefer to put a screenshot in the Clipboard, hold down the Control key while you press the other capture key combo. You can then paste the picture into an email or document.
Check out Apple's detailed instructions for OS X 10.6 and higher.
There are other screen capture tools by third-party developers that can help you take and manage screenshots and videos. Many of these programs also include the ability to edit and annotate the screenshots or videos, so you can resize, add arrows and outlines, or hide information you don't want to share.
Here are a few popular options:
Monosnap: Monosnap is a free program for both Windows and Mac that also includes a free online storage account where you can upload your screenshots (or videos under 5-minute). For these uploaded images or videos, you'll receive a link to easily share with others.
CloudApp: CloudApp is a program for both Windows and Mac that allows you to take screenshots, modify or annotate images, and share them as needed. CloudApp offers a free pricing tier that allows you to take basic screenshots and videos, as well as paid pricing tiers if you need to use the program in a more advanced way.
Snagit: Snagit is a program for both Windows and Mac that includes more advanced editing and annotation options for images and videos. Snagit also includes access to a Screencast account so you can upload your saved images and videos and easily share them with others.