I’m sure it would be possible to add an option on a customer to force their deliveries to be part of a specific delivery schedule (e.g. every Thursday), and this would take precedence over any delivery area that they may have fallen into. This would effectively remove any relation to a geographic area.
If this is what you’re looking for, we’ll make this the feature that this feature request covers
@ben-dumbreck You can define delivery areas by drawing a shape on a map instead of using postcodes if that works better for you? This way, you can define any area you’d like. If you haven’t seen this feature before, please see the original launch announcement:
Yes, you definitely can do that, which is useful. But when inputting order after order it can get missed. Also, having that bespoke delivery knowledge in everyone’s heads across the team risks it getting missed. I know you can make a private note about it but just easier if you could permanently assign an alternative day
I requested this ages ago so there should be a feature request already going. This is the problem with the feature requests - an idea could have many votes but be spread over several different feature requests so never reach the critical mass for it to be implemented!
You’re right that sometimes duplicate requests are raised, but we (the Breww team) try hard to merge duplicates together to avoid the problem that you’re suggesting. I’m sure there will be the odd example, out of the 700+ requests, where we’ve missed a duplicate, but we’re pretty good at catching them, to be honest, so this isn’t a big problem. If you do ever see duplicates, please do help us by letting us know so that we can merge them (and their votes).
I’ve had a search for the thread that you said you opened, and I cannot find an existing feature request for this. I can see you asked a question (Exceptions to delivery days) and I suggested it became a feature request but there were no further replies, so it never actually became one. If you can give this thread a vote (assuming you’d still like this), that would help us to prioritise it suitably