Tag orders when all products ordered are in stock and can be fulfilled

If you'd like to tag orders when the entire order can be fulfilled based on current inventory levels, regardless of how many locations the fulfillments are split across, then our All products ordered are in stock and can be fulfilled criteria can do just that.

How to use the criteria

To create a workflow using this criteria, click on the Create New workflow button from the main Workflows view:

Click the Add criteria to my workflow button:

The All products ordered are in stock and can be fulfilled criteria can be found within the Fulfillment category in the Select criteria pop-up window:

Click the Use in your workflow button on the right to select this criteria.

You will then see one further configurable option within the criteria. You can select whether or not items that are not tracked by Shopify should be assumed as in stock or out of stock when analysing the order:

Fixed tags

Choose the name of the tag that you'd like to be applied to all orders that match this workflow and enter it into the Add tags when the workflow matches section. In this example we have used the tag Pick and Pack:

Remember to click on the Add fixed tag button.

It's worth giving your workflow a name to help you identify it at a later date, so add a workflow name in the New Workflow section, check the summary of your workflow and if happy, either test this workflow against an existing order or hit Save:

Once saved, each new order will be checked to see if all of the products are in stock and can be fulfilled. If they are, then the order will be tagged with the name of the fixed tag that you have selected.


This criteria will work with our Backdating service, however, it will check the inventory levels of each product as they currently stand and not the inventory levels at the time that the order was placed.

Dynamic Tagging

This criteria is not available as a Dynamic Tag.

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