Getting Started on Convictional
Signing Up As A Buyer
Signing Up As A Seller
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Step by Step for Buyer Onboarding
Step by Step for Seller Onboarding
Successful Support Interactions
Adding Barcode Values in WooCommerce
How can I confirm that Convictional can pull my Products from my WooCommerce Store?
Updating your WooCommerce URL
CSV managed account
Connecting through SFTP
Downloadable Image Links
Fixing SKUs in Scientific Notation
How to Resolve " Your SFTP user requires delete permission on your SFTP server."
How to Resolve "Unable to access your SFTP server"
How to Resolve "Your SFTP user requires read permission on your SFTP server"
How to Resolve "Your SFTP user requires write permission on your SFTP server."
Building API Integrations
Getting Started with Webhooks
Getting Started with the Buyer API
How to Create an Order for the Buyer API
Connecting through Seller EDI - Invoice (810) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship - Advance Ship Notice (856) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship - Inventory Update (846) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship - Purchase Order (850) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship - Purchase Order Acknowledgements (855) Specification
Downloading EDI Files
How to Create a Test Order as an EDI Seller
How to Resend an Advance Ship Notice
How to Resolve "Already Processed Files"
Seller EDI Quick Reference
Migrating Ecommerce Platforms
Supported Connection Methods
How to Change Your Commerce Type
Integrating your CRM
Inviting Team Members
Managing Multiple Accounts
Setting Billing Address
Viewing Subscription Info
Actions & Action Templates
How to Determine the Remaining onboarding steps for a Partner
Buyer Product Validation Guide
Exclusive Collaborations - Syncing Unpublished Products
How Inventory Sync Works
How to Solve Shopify "Item Not Recognized" Error
Marking Products as Active or Inactive
Create a Price List For a Smaller Catalog
Editing Price Lists
How to Set Up Pricing
Price List FAQs
Promotional Price Lists and Discounts
Check Order Status
Fixing an Order Sync Timeout Error
Fulfilling orders from your ecommerce platform
Packing Slips - Buyers
Packing Slips - Sellers
Sending Test Orders
Configuring Per-Order Fees
How Invoicing Works
How to Delay an Invoice
Partnership Billing Settings
Understanding Per-Order Fees
Updated by Noah Jamison
Convictional allows buyers to define the time between when an order is shipped and when its invoice is posted. This can be thought of as a delayed invoice.
Follow the steps below to get started!
When you set default billing settings, they will be applied to all of your partners, excluding the ones you have set up specific rules for. Here is how to set your default settings:
1. Open the Settings modal and navigate to the Billing tab
Open your settings, then navigate to the Billing tab nested under Dropshipping
2. Choose your settings
This is the final step. All that's left is for you to define your payment terms. The number you input here will define the number of days that you'd like to pass between when an order has been shipped, and when its invoice has been posted. Enter the number of days, click "Save", and you're all set!
Partner Specific Settings
You can also define specific settings for each of your partners. Follow the steps below to learn how.
1. Navigate to the Partners page
Click on the "Partners" button in the navigation menu to pull up the Partners page. This page allows you to view your different partnerships.
2. Select a Partner
From the Partners page, you can select which partner you'd like to define specific billing settings for. Click on the "manage" button to open a specific partner's settings:
3. Choose your settings
The final step is to define your settings that will be applied only to this specific partner. Toggle "Enable Delayed Invoices" to on if you would like to apply the number of days to delay the invoice. Be sure to save your settings using the blue "Save" button at the top. Congratulations! You have now defined partner specific billing terms.