Dokan has introduced a module “ShipStation Integration”.
You will need a ShipStation active paid account to enjoy this service.
You have to activate ShipStation first as an admin. To do that go to
Note: If you are an admin of a marketplace built with Dokan and want to let your vendors handle their shipping using ShipStation you don’t need to configure anything from here.
If a Dokan Marketplace owners want to keep a log of ShipStation API request he/she needs to enable Log ShipStation API Request from
Dokan → Settings → General
When you are done with these settings, log in as a vendor and you will see the frontend view of the settings admin configured.
Navigate to Vendor Dashboard > Settings > Shipstation.
When you go to the ShipStation option you will see the vendor view.
Here your vendors will get the Auth key:
Besides, your vendors need to set:
- Export Order Statuses: Define the order statuses they wish to export to ShipStation- EOS
- Shipped Order Statuses: Define the order status vendors wish to update to once an order has been shipping via ShipStation. By default, this is Completed. – SOS
How to Connect Your Store to WooCommerce Using the Authentication key?
First off, you need to go to the ShipStation.com and you will get a ‘Selling Channel’ pop-up which will allow you to connect to WooCommerce.
If you have an existing account in ShipStation, then you will need to navigate to your ShipStation Account Settings > Selling Channels > Connect a store or marketplace.
Next, find and select WooCommerce to set it up.
Now, you will need to enter the Auth Key and Store URL.
If you want to learn more about ShipStation and how it can benefit you & your vendors you can learn more from here.