It’s been two weeks since our last update. We took a brief pause last week, and now we’re back with more enhancements and fixes for you. Before diving into the updates, here’s some interesting data to set the context for the ever-evolving e-commerce landscape:
The European online fashion and beauty market made quite a splash in 2022, churning out a turnover of 122 billion euros. Interestingly, nearly 37% of this turnover (45 billion euros) resulted from cross-border sales.
This information is sourced from the latest “Top 250 Fashion & Beauty Retail Europe” report by Cross-Border Commerce Europe. This market’s projection is anticipated to reach 144 billion euros by 2026. Just last year, an estimate suggested a 50% growth from 2022 to 2025, forecasting a turnover of 175 billion euros by 2025.
Such market trends underline the importance of seamless integrations and operational fluidity for e-commerce platforms. And with that perspective in mind, let’s dive into what’s new at SyncSpider this week.
- Shopware 6, Amazon, ITscope, Google Sheets, Custom CSV, and Shopify users will notice enhanced performance and resolved issues.
- We’re also excited to roll out some core updates to the SyncSpider platform.
Thank you for your continued support and feedback. Stay tuned for more updates, and as always, we’re here to help you stay synced and ahead of the curve!
For Shopware 6 users, we enabled SEO links by sales channels to be chosen on the configuration page. We’ve also resolved the issue some users experienced with sending orders from Shopware 6.
We added the Shipping cost to order line items when Amazon was selected as a source.
We fixed an issue with the PUID number, which some users experienced when pulling it from ITscope as a source. Also, users who had problems sending products in batches will be happy
to know that we resolved that one as well.
Google Sheets users who have been experiencing some issues with empty folders when naming them will be glad to know that we resolved this problem.
For Custom CSV users, we resolved the issue with the structure failing.
We’ve also resolved issues with Products created after the last import with Shopify as a source.
And those who had trouble with sending products from Shopify and the error “Product UID not defined” will be happy to know we smashed that bug.
SyncSpider core updates
- We’ve double-checked the validation of XSD files
- We fixed issues with tasks in the infinite loop some users experienced and “failed to execute fully,” repeating emails