1.need a discount amount when you check out,how to operate? 2.the date in the report,how has the shipping date been queried?


Hello there, @ service,

May I know which transaction are you trying to add the discount amount? Also, what is the name of the report you're currently working on?

I'd be glad if you can add more details about your concern for today. This will help me provide you the information you need to accomplish your task on your account.

In the meantime, if you're trying to show the ship date on a report, you can simply customize and add this column. Here's how:

  1. Let's open the Sales by Location Detail report.
  2. Click the Gear icon within the report.
  3. Select Ship Date, then click Run Report.

You can check out the attached screenshots below for your guidance with the steps above.

Please keep me posted with the details I need. I'll be waiting for your response. 

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