Get the most out of Shopify and UPS with new embedded features

Merchants who have their own UPS account now have access to even more embedded UPS features on Shopify. Businesses no longer need to use a third party app or separate platform to manage their UPS orders—everything can happen right in the Shopify dashboard.

Create shipping labels with your UPS account

Now when businesses add their UPS account to Shopify, they can use their negotiated rates to generate shipping labels during order fulfillment. This makes preparing orders fast and integrated. Invoices for labels will continue to come from UPS directly, so there's no change required for accounting practices.

In addition to label creation, businesses can now schedule UPS On Call Pickups® for all of their UPS shipments and show UPS rates to customers at checkout. Other features like return shipping labels will be added soon.

Feature availability

Adding a custom carrier account like UPS is available to anyone on Shopify Advanced or Plus plans, and UPS label printing is currently only available for businesses in the US.

We're thrilled to be making it even easier to manage shipping right from Shopify. To learn more about buying labels with a UPS account, visit our help center.

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