TrackMyOrders is a multimodule Amazon dropshipping automation system. The basic module is Scout, which helps you find valuable products to sell by your own criteria across different suppliers. Here are 10 steps to integrate TrackMyOrders into your business process to find, validate and upload products direct to a marketplace.

1. Get access to the system

Register for 14 days Free Trial Period and follow the steps you'll get in a welcome e-mail.

2. Choose your plan and suppliers

Select a subscription plan. Then choose a supplier (1 or more) you'd like to work with. We provide a database of 30+ biggest US retail suppliers so you have a wide range to choose your favorites. Here is a direction.

3. Connect your marketplace

Once you log in to the system connect you marketplace (1 or more). It will take a few minutes (detailed instruction is here).

4. Create teammate accounts

If you have a team you can tune separated by tasks and permissions employee's accounts, put them to groups (teams) and tune workflow process by own criteria.

Even if you have only one employee (teammate) you can tune access for him as you wish: assign separate login, accessibility to a system features, and rights. Thus your teammate will operate a data he needs only, will have an individual workspace with a statistic, and you will see his personal QA in Research & QA system section. To create accounts for members of your team follow the detailed instruction in the article How to tune your team workspace?

5. Set up personal and/or group permissions for your team

Very important to set up permissions for every one of teammates. If you have more than one teammate we recommend to group them onto Teams. In the beginning, you can use 2 types of team accounts: checkers and approvers to design 2-step workflow. Detailed info find in the article What kind of account and permissions TrackMyOrders has?

6. Design your own workflow

Having a few teammates/teams you can tune your workflow process (one or more). Flow is a multi-level check of found items. You can distribute search results (we call it Scout Job) across teams by the flow you designed. Detailed instruction about Flow is here.

7. Set up general price settings and restrictions

As a final tune step, you may want to set up general price settings to preset price rules for all future Scout Jobs and/or policies and restrictions to exclude products you don't want to sell.

8. Initiate products searching

Now you are ready to launch first Scout Job. Find how in Scout Help Center section.

All Scout Jobs collecting in Scout Job Logs subsection. At any moment you can manage Jobs: change activity status, searching option, priority status, supervise in a convenient view using filters and more other.

9. Validate searching results

When Job is ready it's time to validate results — manually check, correct and approve items before uploading to a marketplace. Scout Job automatically goes to a Flow if you had set it on the creating Scout Job stage. If you had not, the Scout Job will be available for your own review and/or additional filtration at the "Pre-review" submenu (details about Pre-review mode).

10. Upload products to Amazon

Finally, upload validated items to your marketplace. Jobs with "Review Completed", "In Review", and "Ready for Review" statuses can be uploaded. See details about how to validate and upload products to your marketplace and corresponding instruction for teammates.

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