Yes. But bear in mind that one cannot restrict the other from showing up rates. All rates defined within Parcelify will work independently from rates defined elsewhere.
When a client goes to checkout, Shopify will request rates from all shipping rate apps you have installed and order all valid rates from least to most expensive.
No. And it’s not because we don’t want you to, this is a restriction imposed by Shopify.
Shopify Plus merchants have access to this API by default.
If you aren’t a plus merchant you still have 2 other options!
This is because you used filters, whereas what you really want is to use “Additional charge per item”. Filters are for availability, additional charges are for the price. So if you want a different price for item A and item B, you don’t need two different rates.
Simply create one rate, then add an additional charge for item A, and another one for item B. This way, only one rate will show up, and all charges will be added up.
No. All rates defined within Parcelify will work independently from rates defined elsewhere, and the opposite is also true. Two shipping apps cannot interfere with one another.
No. Parcelify doesn’t support distances. you can however restrict the rates to a set of postal codes.
Shipping carriers do not control texts and messages within Shopify. They provide list of rates, that’s it. That being said, you have full control over the text displayed in Shopify, and you can use your Theme Translation tool to find the text you’d like to change and tweak it to fit your needs.