Basic Configuration - Other Vendor Configurations

Basic Configuration - Other Vendor Configurations

These are the remaining default steps in setting up a marketplace. These can all be found in Stores > Settings > Configuration > Omnyfy.



Vendor Subscriptions

The configurations available for the Vendor subscriptions apply to the setting of the email template used to notify both the Vendor and Marketplace Owners of vendor cancellations to the subscription plans. You can leave these fields as default if do not need to modify the e-mails.


Vendor Sign Up

1. Vendor Sign Up

Field Name

Notes

Enable

Enables signing vendors up on the platform. Always keep this as yes.

Return Url for error of fail

If a vendor sign up fails (for whatever reason), you can redirect them to a specific page. You can create a special page for this where you can instruct users on next steps should they fail to submit the form correctly.

Enter the full URL here.

Success Page after sign up

When a vendor successfully submits their vendor sign up form, you can take them to a custom page with further instructions, while they wait for their submission to be approved by a Marketplace Owner.

Enter the full URL here.

Click here to copy sample code for the Vendor Success Page

2. New Vendor SignUp Admin

Field Name

Notes

Receive a new Vendor Signup

When a vendor signs up to the platform, the Marketplace Owner is notified by e-mail. Choose which e-mail template is used.

You can leave this as default "Receive Vendor Signup Notification - Admin (Default)" if you don't have any other specific template you want to change to.

Email Copy (CC) to

You can CC additional e-mail addresses to receive this notification

3. New Vendor SignUp Vendor

Field Name

Notes

Send a new email confirmation - Customer

When a vendor signs up to the platform, the Vendor will receive a confirmation email of their submission. Choose which e-mail template is used.

You can leave this as default "Receive Vendor Signup Notification - Customer (Default)" if you don't have any other specific template you want to change to.

Email Sent From

You can elect an e-mail address to show as the sender for this e-mail. These would be your specifications from Step 1 when configuring the Store E-mail addresses.

Default is "General Contact"

Email Copy (CC) to

You can CC additional e-mail addresses to receive this notification

4. Approve Signup Notification - Vendor

Field Name

Notes

Send an approve email - Vendor

When a Vendor has been approved, an e-mail is automatically sent to the vendor to notify them. You can use this e-mail template to specify the next steps for Vendors and tailor it to your marketplace.

You can leave this as default "Approve Signup Notification - Vendor (Default)" if you don't have any other specific template you want to change to.

Email Sent From

You can elect an e-mail address to show as the sender for this e-mail. These would be your specifications from Step 1 when configuring the Store E-mail addresses.

Default is "General Contact"

Email Copy (CC) to

You can CC additional e-mail addresses to receive this notification

5. Reject Signup Notification - Vendor

Field Name

Notes

Send an rejection email - Vendor

When a Vendor has been not been approved, an e-mail is automatically sent to the vendor to notify them. You can use this e-mail template to specify the next steps for Vendors and tailor it to your marketplace.

You can leave this as default "Reject Signup Notification - Vendor (Default)" if you don't have any other specific template you want to change to.

Email Sent From

You can elect an e-mail address to show as the sender for this e-mail. These would be your specifications from Step 1 when configuring the Store E-mail addresses.

Default is "General Contact"

Email Copy (CC) to

You can CC additional e-mail addresses to receive this notification


Marketplace Commercials Management

This is where you can enable default vendor, category and disbursement fees. See our guide here for setting this up on your marketplace.

You can also set up custom fees on a per vendor basis. This can be configured here in a different area of the Marketplace - however you will need your categories or vendors already set up to configure them. Check out the guides below:


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