This makes it difficult because we use an integrated scheduling app (BookThatApp) for our customers to "purchase" available time slots. Since the app does not integrate with the Shopify POS App, I have to create a draft order from the BookThatApp application. In order to pay for the reservation in person, I have to log into Shopify again, open up draft orders, and send an invoice so that the customer can enter in their credit card details from their email. This process is very cumbersome, especially when they're right in front of me wanting to buy. If we could pay for draft orders from the POS by accepting physical cards, this would be much faster and would lead to more sales. We are unable to simply use the POS app stand-alone, because any purchase would not sync back to our calendar/availability app due to the lack of integration.
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+1 for this feature request. Our sales force creates draft orders all the time, and it would be INCREDIBLY useful to be able to accept credit card readers on the spot to mark those draft orders as completed. The Shopify POS functionality is not usable for us until it works with Shopify draft orders. @Anonymous wrote: +1 for this requested capability. We create Draft Orders all the time as 'special request' orders, and then the customer pays when they come into the physical store to pick it up. The ability to pull up a Draft Order on the POS app (iPad) would be incredible. Right now, we either have to re-create the Draft order by entering the items into the cart on the POS, and delete the Draft after the purchase (and thus lose all the notes and comments on the Draft), or we have to hand-type in a credit card on Draft Order on the Admin panel (which is riskier, slower and costs more in transaction costs.) Yes, customer can pay online for their Draft Order invoice, but most want to wait to see it before they pick it up, and they often add to the order once in store. What is the technical limitation preventing Draft Orders from being visible on the POS?
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