Provides information on the Unify by Webgility integration to ShipStation and links for relevant resources.
Webgility’s Unify for ShipStation software takes data for multichannel eCommerce orders, fees, and shipping expenses directly from your ShipStation account and automatically posts it to QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Desktop, or Xero. Sell on any store, platform, location, or marketplace and Unify for ShipStation will bring it all together in your accounting.
There are two options with Unify by Webgility for ShipStation:
Sales Channels: Webgility pulls orders from ShipStation directly, but only in order to sync them with the accounting system. This still brings over Shipping Expenses as well, but the main focus is bringing in orders.
This integration qualifies for lower “Unify for ShipStation” price plans.
Shipping Expenses: Pulls orders directly from their shopping cart or marketplace into Unify. Unify then pulls just the missing Shipping Expense from ShipStation and associates it with the orders that were already downloaded. This typically brings more robust order data into Unify (Sales tax, discount codes, etc).
This only applies to Webgility’s standard plans at the Pro and Advanced levels.
For more information on using ShipStation with Unify, Log into the Webgility help center.
To connect your ShipStation account to Unify you'll need to generate a ShipStation API key and secret, then enter them into your Unify account.
To get your ShipStation API keys:
Click Generate New API Keys if no key and secret are listed yet.
Copy your key and secret.
You can then provide them to the account you wish to access ShipStation's API.
Next, you'll enter your keys into your Unify account.
Sign in to your Unify account.
Go to the Connections tab.
Click Add Store.
Select ShipStation, then click Continue.
Enter your ShipStation API Key and API Secret.
Click Connect Store.
After you've completed the above steps, ShipStation will be connected to Unify and you'll start seeing your orders in the Sales tab.
By default, Webgility will pull in orders from the past 30 days.
For more information about setting up how data will import into Unify, see Unify's article How to get started configuring Unify sync settings for Shipstation.