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Contents

  1. 1 Totalling Mechanisms
    1. 1.1 Per Package Totalling
    2. 1.2 Highest Price Totalling with Additional Item Price
    3. 1.3 Totalling Algorithm: Per Item Surcharge Totalling Example
  2. 2 Algorithm Column Functionality
    1. 2.1 Weight Algorithms (WC & W)
    2. 2.2 Additional Cost Per Item
    3. 2.3 Additional one off Surcharge io=
    4. 2.4 OVERRIDE Algorithm
    5. 2.5 Filter on PO Box
    6. 2.6 Check if All Items Are in Stock
  3. 3 Percentages
    1. 3.1 Charging different Percentages based on Country
    2. 3.2 Charging Shipping based on Percentage of Item(s) Cost
  4. 4 Restricting Shipping
    1. 4.1 Force In Store Pickup For Certain Items
    2. 4.2 No Air Shipping For Hazardous Products
    3. 4.3 Allow Delivery Type On All Destinations Except One
    4. 4.4 Exclude a large item from shipping and display error message
    5. 4.5 Exclude An Item From Certain Shipping Rate
    6. 4.6 Exclude Some Products To Certain Countries
    7. 4.7 Exclude Some products from International shipping
    8. 4.8 Exclude shipping when free criteria met
  5. 5  Common Examples
    1. 5.1 Ship A Product Separately
    2. 5.2 Ship By Courier On Total Cart Weight When Courier Items In Cart
    3. 5.3 Free Shipping On Selected Products
    4. 5.4 Free Shiping for Orders over certain Value
    5. 5.5 Free Shiping for Orders over certain Value regardless of Shipping group
    6. 5.6 Define Different Flat Shipping Rates Based On Category
    7. 5.7 Adding A Surcharge To Your Standard Rate For Specfic Products
    8. 5.8 Define Different Shipping Rates Based On Customer Group
    9. 5.9 Rates based on item quantity and boxes
  6. 6 USA Examples
    1. 6.1 Free Shipping To USA On All Products, Per Product Charge Internationally
    2. 6.2 Different Rates For USA, Can, ROW, Alaska, Hawaii
    3. 6.3 Shipping To Certain States In The US
  7. 7 UK Examples
    1. 7.1 Offer Royal Mail Delivery On Certain Products
    2. 7.2 Surcharge To Scotland And Exclude Some Products From Priority Shipping
    3. 7.3 UK Postcodes Example
    4. 7.4 Canada Postcodes Example
  8. 8 Custom Sorting
  9. 9 Extras
    1. 9.1 Tooltip
 

Totalling Mechanisms



Per Package Totalling



Here are a couple of example CSV files (notes and algorithm are excluded for simplicity):

 

Here if you had 1 item of 2kg from A& 1 item of 4kg from B in your basket with per package totalling the rates shown would be: 

1st Class £22 


Five items from A of 2kg would be: 

1st Class £20 

Next Day £22 
 
 

Highest Price Totalling with Additional Item Price


In this example If you have different types of products which have different shipping rates. When multiple items are in the cart you want to take the highest shipping price and then add an additional price on for every other item in the cart.

See the attached CSV for an example of implementing this.  You need the totalling algorithm "highest price".

If I had 1* PLANTS item and 2 * SEEDS items it would charge $18+$10+$3

If I had 1 * A item and 2 * SEEDS items it would charge $26+$5+$5

The "i=" specifies the additional item price.


Totalling Algorithm: Per Item Surcharge Totalling Example


It is assumed the switch "package id * includes all items" is set to Yes for this totalling algorithm to work.

The Per Item Surcharge totalling algorithm works as follows:

  • Matches on the * (include all) shipping group will result in a single price being used.  This is not multiplied by the #items in the * shipping group (i.e. #items in cart)
  • Matches on other shipping groups will be multiplied by the #items matching this criteria

Look at the example CSV.

Here is the resulting prices for various cart options:

  • $12 std item  to AK = $6.99
  • $12 std item  to CA = $6.99
  • $12 std item + $12 75lb  to AK = $82.99
  • $12 std item + $12 75lb  to CA = $7.99
  • $12 std item + $12 75lb + $16 151lb to AK = $158.99
  • $12 std item + $12 75lb + $16 151lb to CA = $83.99
  • $12 std item + 3 * ($12 75lb) + $16 151lb to AK = $308.99
  • $12 std item + 3 * ($12 75lb) + $16 151lb to CA = $83.99

 


 
 
 

Algorithm Column Functionality


 

Weight Algorithms (WC & W)


This example shows you a customer who wanted to charge an extra $1.50 for every extra 1kg in cart.

So let's say the product weighed 0.3kg.

  • 1*Prod = $5
  • 2*Prod = $5
  • 3*Prod = $5
  • 4*Prod = $6.50
  • 8*Prod = $8.00

Because we want every whole kilo we use the algorithm switch "wc=" rather than "w=".  "wc=" will use the ceiling value, the whole number, rather than the total difference including fractional part.  So in the case of 8 items in cart this will equate to 2.4 kilos - and with wc= being used this will mean 3*1.50 + $5 base price = $9.50.

If we were to use w= then the price for 8 items would be 2.4*1.50 + $5 = $8.60.

Note: This only applies to Product Matrix - in Premium Rate only w= is supported, and this uses ceiling weight.


 

Additional Cost Per Item


In some circumstances you may wish to add an additional cost to a base shipping price based on how many items are added. This can be achieved in Product Matrix by utilising the "Algorithm" field in your CSV file. Hence adding "I=5" into the algorithm field would mean for every additional item in the cart, $5 would be added.

Please see the attached CSV file for a working example.

 


Additional one off Surcharge io=


In some circumstances you may wish to add a surcharge if a particular item from a shipping group. For example, say you sell yacht equipment but if someone adds FLARES into the cart you need to add a $19.99 surcharge (when using highest price totalling).

Please see the attached CSV file for a working example.

 

 

OVERRIDE Algorithm



You can use the OVERRIDE algorithm to override all other rates for all other products in the cart.  For example let's say you have a set of products which you want to offer FREE shipping on when the cart value is > $200.   In addition to this you sell plants, and for these you want to add a $5 surcharge per order when these are in cart. You want to offer FREE shipping on the whole cart when the FREE products are in the cart, otherwise apply the surcharge with normal rates.

To do this you would set the following criteria on row 1:

  1. Shipping Group = FREE_OVERRIDE
  2. Price From = 200
  3. Delivery Type = Ground
  4. Algorithm = OVERRIDE

On row 2 setup the plants:

  1. Shipping Group = PLANTS
  2. Delivery Type = Ground
  3. Algorithm = SURCHARGE_ORDER
 

Filter on PO Box


Productmatrix supports filtering on PO Boxes, this means you can restrict shipping, add surcharges or charge a flat rate if a PO Box is entered.

 
The example here shows how you can filter specific shipping methods if you enter a PO Box in the shipping address field.
  • When you enter a PO Box in the street address, it will cause Shipping Override to charge $100 for Next Day Air (matches on row 2 and 3 only) and exclude Ground.
  • Otherwise it will match the row with $50 for 2nd Day Air (row 4).
 
 
 

Check if All Items Are in Stock


If you have a expedited shipping method you will probably want to only offer this if all the products in that order are currently in stock. ProductMatrix can check this for you using the instock=true or instock=false algorithm.

The attached example CSV file will offer Standard shipping on all orders at $10, Express on order where every product is in stock at $25 and a delayed delivery service at $2.99 if there are products not in stock.

 

 

 

Percentages


 
With Productmatrix you can charge shipping based on a percentage of some/all of the cart cost.  For instance you can say shipping is 10% of cart total, so if cart total is $100 then shipping is $10. 
 

Charging different Percentages based on Country


 
Here is a simple example showing how to charge 5% of cart cost to USA, 10% to Canada, 6% to Alaska.  On the Alaska rate the shipping price field also states the minimum shipping cost is $10.
 
 
 
 

 

Charging Shipping based on Percentage of Item(s) Cost


 
 
You can charge based on a percentage of shipping group cost. Here are some example requirements:
 
1. BOOKS are charged 6% of their total cost
2. CDs are charged 8% of their total cost
3. Next Day Delivery is Ground delivery + $20
 
A shortened csv file to implement these requirements is shown in the table below. Note that the shipping price is set to 0, this is because it is all calculated from the algorithm field.
 

 Shipping Group

Shipping Price

  Algorithm

 Delivery Type

 BOOKS

 0

 %=6

 Ground

 CDS

 0

 %=8

 Ground

 BOOKS

 0

 %=6+20

 Next Day

 CDS

 0

 %=8+20

 Next Day

 
 If you so desired you could set minimum prices. So let's say the minimum ship price for BOOKS is $2.99. To implement this put 2.99 in the shipping price column.

 

Restricting Shipping

 

Force In Store Pickup For Certain Items


In this scenario the client wants to offer standard shipping on most of their products, but when extra large items are purchased that can only be collected in store then wants to force an in-store pickup of all items.

The attached CSV file shows how to do this with Product Matrix.  Note the use of priorities (p=). These are required so that if an item marked as PICKUP_ONLY is in the cart with other standard products then the In Store Pickup is correctly calculated. Without them no rates would be shown for a mixed cart. For more info on priorities see here

This is using per package totalling with "set package id * to all items in cart" to NO.



No Air Shipping For Hazardous Products


If you sell aerosols, but these aren't the only products you deal with. When a customer buys aerosols you want to restrict shipping such that no air based delivery options are shown. You want to specify all your rates yourself using a custom table based approach.

The CSV file attached shows how to do this with the Product Matrix extension. I'd have the shipping method configuration set up as per package totalling, and package id * applies to all shipping groups.  The -1 basically says if a product is marked as HAZARDOUS dont show the shipping option.

 

Allow Delivery Type On All Destinations Except One


With Product Matrix you can use the shipping price -1 to quickly exclude countries from a shipping rate.

 

Exclude a large item from shipping and display error message


So you offer 2 delivery methods, ground and express and sell a variety of products but have very large items that you cant ship and want to show an error message to customer advising the customer to contact for a shipping price then this could be achieved as follows:
  • Create a shipping group e.g "VERYLARGE" and specify rules to restrict the shipping methods available on your site for that shipping group with -1 in the shipping price column. 
  • Assign your very large items to their shipping groups in the product listings 
  • In the extension's configuration panel, set Show method if Not Applicable to Yes
  • In the the extension's configuration panel, customise the shown error message in the Displayed Error message field.

 

 

Exclude An Item From Certain Shipping Rate


If you sell Bikes and you want to not allow these to be sent 1st class post.  But you sell loads of bike accessories that can go 1st class.  You currently use Matrixrate for multiple table rates and want to keep it really simple. Here are the steps to move to Product Matrix, which supports this functionality with ease:

  • Set totalling algorithm to Per Package
  • Set "package id * applys to all items" to Yes
  • Add a new shipping group BIKES
  • Assign BIKES to all your bike products (you can do this in bulk via import or also via bulk change attribute in product grid view)
  • Transfer your matrixrate CSV to Product Matrix format using * for shipping group on these existing rates
  • Add a new row set to shipping group BIKES and with a price of -1 (exclude)

 

Exclude Some Products To Certain Countries


If you have some products which can not be shipped to certain countries.  You are using custom defined rates.  

The steps are:

  1. Define a shipping group for your custom products, e.g. EXCLUDE-CAN
  2. Assign the shipping group to all the relevant products
  3. Use a CSV like attached to set shipping price to -1 on the shipping rates you wish to exclude

You can further refine this to exclude when over a certain weight, to a specific state, only for certain methods (e.g. only allow ground), etc. 

 
     

Exclude Some products from International shipping


Using U.S.A as an example and given a scenario where you have a large number of products and only want to allow a handful of the products to be shipped internationally and have the shipping extension behave as follows:
  1. When an item that ships domestic is in cart then display domestic rates for that item and show error message when desitination entered is abroad
  2. When an item that can be shipped domestic and international is in the cart then show domestic rates if destination entered is domestic or show international rates if destination entered is abroad.
  3. When an item that can be shipped DOMESTIC ONLY is in cart with an item that can be shipped domestic and international then show error message to the user
The steps are:
  1. Create a shipping group for domestic items, i.e DOMESTICONLY
  2. Assign the shipping group to all the relevant products
  3. Define rates to USA for all products that can be shipped domestic and international with "*" in the shipping group column
  4. Define rates for international shipping rates for all products not assigned to DOMESTICONLY group.
  5. In the extension's configuration panel, set "Show method if not applicable" to "Yes"
 
 
 

Exclude shipping when free criteria met


In this example the client wanted to show free shipping when either there was a product marked as having free shipping in the cart, or when the cart value was > 75 Euro.

This is done using the CSV attached - make sure package id * is set to all shipping groups.

 

  

 Common Examples



Ship A Product Separately





This example is for when you have a product that has to be shipped separately. It uses “per package totalling”, so in general for products that are not marked with a package_id of Special they would match the * package id in the file, and be filtered on other criteria such as weight, price, destination.

If I had 3 items in cart, 1 of which was special and a weight of the other 2 under 20kg then the price would be: 

Standard Shipping $5+$10=$15 

Express Shipping $8+$12=$20


Ship By Courier On Total Cart Weight When Courier Items In Cart


A customer had two groups of products, standard items and items that had to be shipped via courier (courier items).

*when only standard items are in the cart, standard postal service is used and courier rates are not displayed.

*when a courier item is in the cart, the entire cart ships via courier and the rate is calculated on the total cart weight.

To do this, the admin setup is as follows:

*Apply package id * to all items in the cart = No

*Totalling algorithm = Highest Price Totalling (this assumes the courier rates will always be more than standard postage). If this is not the case then please contact us for further assistance)

*Filter on subtotal price/weight = Yes

In the CSV we use priorities to ensure only the standard rates are displayed for standard items and we prevent the standard rates being shown for courier items by using -1 in the shipping price column.

Please see the example CSV for this configuration


Free Shipping On Selected Products


You have some products where you wish to ship these free to the local country only, along with zone based shipping on the rest.

The attached CSV file gives an example configuration for this. In the example you would assign all "free" shipping products to the shipping group FREE.  Then if the customer selected these items and is in the US they will get free ground shipping.  If they also had non-free items then they would pay the Ground shipping charge, or if they were in Canada.

Free Shiping for Orders over certain Value


Using this example you can offer free shipping for the orders over a certain amount. When your cart value (order) is over $ 100, then the shipping will be charged $0 for Ground.

 See the attached CSV for an example of how to implement.

 

  
 

Free Shiping for Orders over certain Value regardless of Shipping group


If you are using different shipping groups e.g BOOK and CHAIR and want to offer free shipping on items over $50 regardless of their shipping group but based on the subtotal of the cart, this can be achieved by setting the extension to filter on subtotal price and weight and implemented in the csv file as illustrated in the example below:
 

When you have 4 chairs in the cart at $10 each and 2 books at $10 each which makes a total of $60, the rate returned will be free shipping.

When you have 2 chairs in the cart at the same cost each and 1 book at the same cost each with a total cart value of $30 and the extension configured to use per package totalling, the rate returned will be $50 standard shipping.

 

Define Different Flat Shipping Rates Based On Category


If you have 3 categories - Beds, Sofas, and Kitchens.  You want to charge $50 shipping for beds, $40 for Sofas, and $100 for Kitchens.  How do you do this?

You would do the following:

  1. Create 3 shipping groups - named the same as the categories
  2. Assign the products in each category to the relevant shipping group (make use of product grid view to update multiple products at once will speed the job up to 3 simple edits)
  3. Define the rates in the CSV file (see attached) and upload
  4. Set your totalling algorithm to define how rates work when products from different shipping groups are in the cart (Highest Price/Per package are most popular)

This CSV file is a very simple setup. Using Product Matrix you have a lot of flexibility over what you can do, basically future-proofing you from changes coming from the client. For example the following scenarios are also possible:

  • Multiple shipping rates (e.g. Ground, 2nd Day Air)
  • Different rates depending on destination e.g. Hawaii is charged more
  • Ability to cap rates, e.g. order 3 beds and pay no shipping
  • and much more...


Adding A Surcharge To Your Standard Rate For Specfic Products


In some cases you may have standard shipping rates which are fine for all of your products except a few particularly large items which need a surcharge on top of the standard rate. This is do-able in Product Matrix.

You need to set the back-end setting "Apply package id * to all items" to "yes" which is saying apply the * rates in your CSV file to every item regardless of the items package id. Then for each shipping group you want to apply a surcharge to, create a rule in the CSV file with a matching package id and enter the surcharge to apply.

I have attached an example CSV file to illustrate this, all products will be charged the * rate regardless of their package id, the products assigned to the package id "Parts" will have an additional $50 added to shipping and the products assigned to "Exhausts" will have an additional $100 added to their shipping.


 

Define Different Shipping Rates Based On Customer Group


Say you have 4 customer groups: "NOT LOGGED IN", "General", "Wholesale" and "Retailer". You may want to offer different shipping prices and structures for each group. This is entirely possible using ProductMatrix.

You can enter the customer group as it is displayed Customers->Manage Groups into the Customer Group column of the CSV file and then specify rates based on destination vs weight, price and quantity. The customer will only see shipping rates for the group they are assigned to.

N.B - When using customer groups for shipping and creating manual orders (via the admin panel) the customer must exist before creating the new order for ProductMatrix to see what group the customer is in.

This means you must first create the customer in admin via "Customers -> Manage Customers" and then you can create the new order.



Rates based on item quantity and boxes


Given you want to setup shipping rules based on quantities and number of boxes to ship the order, i.e Shipping 1 item in a box costs $100 and it costs $20 for each additional item but a box can only fit 5 items and when threshold has been reached you charge an additional $100 for the 2nd box.

According to the scenario given, you would want the shipping rates to be calculated as follows: $100 for quantity 1, $120 for quantity 2, $140 for quantity 3, $160 for quantity 4, $180 for quantity 5, $180+ $100 for quantity 6 (2 cartons, one full with 5 items and the other with 1 item) and so on.

The attached example csv file illustrates how this can be accomplished:

rates based on item quantity and boxes





USA Examples

Free Shipping To USA On All Products, Per Product Charge Internationally


In this scenario the client wanted to show Free Shipping on all products to the USA.  But when shipping outside the US and to Alaska, Hawaii they wanted to charge based on the product in the cart.

See CSV attached. For the USA Free Shipping will show. But we stop the International from showing for USA clients by using -1 on the shipping groups.

Different Rates For USA, Can, ROW, Alaska, Hawaii


This customer wanted to use shipping groups to split up his shipping rates, plus charge different rates for USA, CAN, ROW. Additionally he wants the rates for CAN to be the same for AK and HI. 

Attached is an example CSV for this.  I'd suggest either Highest Price or Per package totalling.

This only shows one rate Ground, but you can have multiple rates in the CSV e.g. Ground, 2nd Day Air, etc.




Shipping To Certain States In The US


Question: I would like to limit shipping to include only the continental US. Is there a way to do this? Please advise.

Answer: To do this with you will need to specify the states you do not wish to ship to and put -1 in the shipping price. All other states will use the default * shipping price.

A list of state codes may be found here




 

UK Examples




Offer Royal Mail Delivery On Certain Products


This customer wanted to offer Royal Mail as a delivery option only when certain products were in the cart. If any other non-royal mail products were added the default rates would be shown.

This scenario is great if you ship say mainly courier but have a few small items which you can send via Royal Mail.  It saves you having to worry about entering weights for all your items, you just mark those small items with the Shipping Group "ROYAL MAIL", use Product Matrix and you are there.

In this scenario the configuration was:

Totalling Algorithm - Per Package

Package id * represents all items in cart - YES

Surcharge To Scotland And Exclude Some Products From Priority Shipping


In this example we want to add a 6GBP surcharge when sending to Scottish Highlands.  And also on certain products we do not wish to ship via Priority Mail.

See attached CSV for example.

The -1 shipping price is used to stop Priority shipping showing on all products that have been marked as being in the shipping group "EXCLUDE_PRIORITY".

Note the use of Shipping Group "*" which can be used for either all products other than those in a shipping group - or all products. See here for more info on how to switch meaning

UK Postcodes Example



This example shows how to set up a csv for UK postcode filtering.

 

Canada Postcodes Example



Example of this postcode filter can be found at the bottom of the page under the title of ProductMatrix-CanadaPostcode.csv

 

Custom Sorting


By default Magento sorts the shipping by the price of the shipping method, the cheapest showing first, most expensive last. The extension can override this by using the 'Notes' column as a "Sort Order" column instead so you can assign a numerical order to each method, 1 being the highest priority.
 
Be sure to enable "Custom Sorting" in the options box in the admin settings for ProductMatrix
 

Extras


Tooltip



Display a tooltip at the cart estimator next to your delivery methods giving your customers more information. To set up the tooltip, enter your message into the notes column of your CSV file:


Then navigate to the Product Matrix configuration page and select Options --> Show tooltips.

Your tooltips will now be displayed at checkout:

Example of tooltip output

If you would like to change the tooltip image then you need to remove tooltip.jpg from skin/frontend/default/default/images/webshopapps/productmatrix and replace it with a new image with the same name.

One Page Checkout


If you would also like you have a tooltip displayed on One Page Checkout, we have an overlay directory which extends the tooltip functionality to work on One Page Checkout.

The disadvantage of this is that we have to modify available.phtml and this can cause conflicts with other extensions that modify the checkout, which is why we have not merged this feature into the main version of Product Matrix.

The One Page Checkout tooltip overlay is available on request to anyone who has with a Product Matrix license, just email sales@webshopapps.com.
 
 
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