While SKULabs does allow for the import of historical orders, the process is long, dedicated, and best handled by our experts. If you want to import old or historical orders, start a conversation with us using the Chat icon to inquire about implementing this. Pricing is 5% per month of history at your plan's monthly rate, minimum 12 months. Importing 20 months of history would cost $799 one-time to import if you were on a plan that costs $799/month. This offer is subject to scheduling and availability.

Some of the built-in integration options that vary by provider like "order date backlog" may allow you to import limited amounts of history on your own. However, with a reasonable order volume, the tools available in your integration settings will not be enough to import any reasonably complete history of orders on your own. Further, you'll want to have this data reconciled with your current catalog of items where products may have been deleted, rebuilt, or otherwise modified over time in ways that impact catalog listing links.

Feel free to import historical monthly summary orders into a new manual store if you're trying to build up velocity figures for forecasting which may be a better goal if your only concern is purchasing.

Turnaround time for this service is dependent on availability for custom development projects on a first-come-first-served basis

  • Catalog changes made on the channel after the orders were created may cause order line-items' identifiers to not match with current listing/variant identifiers. This affects accuracy of sales velocity and forecasted numbers.

  • Imported historical orders require reviewing and handling by your team to ensure line-item link configurations and accuracy.

  • Historical orders are imported over a period of time incrementally to respect the orders API rate limit constraints, therefore it may take several days up to to a few weeks to complete this process.

  • For some sales channels such as eBay it's impossible to retrieve historical orders beyond the 30 days they provide already.

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