What’s New

Introducing Shipping Templates for all shipping methods to let you manage your shipping settings (e.g. service levels, shipping regions, transit times, and shipping rates) across several products at once. The Shipping Templates aim to bridge the gap between promise and actual delivery time by giving granular region level customization capability for your assortment and fulfillment […]

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All Marketplace Sellers can now use FedEx SmartPost as a carrier for shipping their orders. FedEx SmartPost is now a supported carrier for API users for Standard shipping method. Use configurations as given below –“methodCode”: “Standard”“carrier”: “FEDEXSP”

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To help you improve your order management and fulfil your orders on-time with efficiency, we bring to you Order Status Webhook Notifications. You can now receive automated notifications when a new purchase order is created for you or when your order line is auto-cancelled by Walmart. To begin getting order notifications, you should first create a Webhook subscription […]

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Sellers can use the Issue Refund API to issue a refund against a return order. It now supports multiple return order lines in one request. You can add more than one returnOrderLineNumber in the refundLines array of the request payload. The current Issue Refund API behavior is still supported: Return Order with only one Return […]

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For DSV API users, FulfillmentLagTime is being removed from inventory feed on September 30, 2020. The new standalone Lag Time APIs can be used to update and fetch LagTime: Use GET Lag Time API to fetch FulfillmentLagTime. Update FulfillmentLagTime with Update Lagtime API. Notes: minfulfillmentLagTime parameter will no longer be an option. Inventory API call will continue to […]

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Introducing automated notifications when your published items win or lose the buy box or whenever there’s a change in buy box winner or winning price of your items. To begin getting notifications, you should subscribe to Buy Box Web Hook Notifications. As soon as you do that, Walmart will begin sending you a buy box notification […]

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The limit on number of orders that can be fetched in one request has been increased to 50,000 and the default page limit has been changed from 10 to 100. The page limit continues to be 200. You can fetch orders created in last 180 days. Change summary : Order limit increased to 50,000 Default […]

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To provide better visibility of WFS at item level, a new column ‘FULFILLMENT TYPE’ has been added to Item Report for Marketplace. Fulfillment Type specifies the method of fulfilment the SKU is set to and can have values – WFS Eligible, Walmart Fulfilled, or Seller Fulfilled. WFS Eligible means item has been converted to WFS program, […]

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We have expanded the list of return reasons to include more reasons for which a return can be created. This will help us to share better insights with you to reduce the issues and in turn, reduce the number of returns. Change Summary: Updated list of Return Reasons in Get All Returns API, fetched through returnReason parameter […]

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Web Hook Notifications will now trigger alerts to your application when specific events occur, such as an item is unpublished. Whenever the trigger event occurs, Walmart will send a notification payload with event details to destination URL defined by you. Web Hooks enables workflow automation and deeper integrations with your systems. You can use Web Hooks to […]

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