Bulk actions on freights

Updated 1 month ago by Costin Neagu

Who can use this function?

Function available to forwarders (TFF - Trans for Forwarders) and CargoON users.

From this article you will learn:

  • what bulk actions can be performed in the Sent and Received tabs
  • what bulk actions can be performed depending on freight status

Bulk actions in the Sent and Received tabs

It is possible to edit multiple freights at the same time. To do that:

  1. Go to the Freights module, where you can take action on freights.
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In the Sent tab, you can do the following:

  • archive an offer
  • end publication
  • delete an offer

  1. Select the lines you want to edit. In the marked area, there appears a counter indicating the number of selected items in the list for which a specific operation can be carried out.
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The system selects up to 30 items. If you want to load more, move the slider down and select the next items.

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In the Received tab, the only bulk action available (regardless of freight status) is archiving.

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Bulk actions in tabs depending on freight status

Actions you can perform on the selected freights depend on what the current status of a given freight is:

Tab name:

Sent

Sent

Received

Status:

Draft

Waiting for offers /

Choose carrier

End of publication

Action:

deleting

ending publication, archiving

archiving

  • for the Draft status, you can perform a delete action

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  • for the End of publication status, you can do archiving

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  • for the Waiting for offers and Choose carrier statuses, you can end publication and do archiving (which is equivalent to ending publication)

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When a given action is being performed, there appears a message explaining its consequences.

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Information about the ongoing bulk actions appears in the background.

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If you select all items in the list (with freights in different statuses) the particular action will be performed only for those freights for which it is possible.


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