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Currently fulfillment overrides only allows you to enable / disable at delivery method level. Ability to enable / disable at delivery method + segment / segment type level would allow ability to enable / disable for different channels (e.g. own site vs marketplaces).
Another use case would be that retailers can display a store stock check that is separate to store online availability. Currently when you disable at delivery method no availability is shown which then prevents displaying store stock check capabilities.
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How will this idea be used?
As an Ecom Manager
I want the ability to disable fulfillment at a store but still be able to display store stock availability in the store
So that customers are aware they can still make a purchase in store but not online
As an Ecom Manager
I want the ability to manage which stores are enabled / disabled for different web capture channels
So that I have more fine grained control on fulfillment demands
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