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    Hello,

    Thank you for your suggestion and feedback. This is not something in plan at current, but we will consider in future developments.

    Kind Regards,
    Click & Drop Support

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    Hello. Please be aware that the IOSS scheme prohibits the merging or splitting of orders for the purposes of shipping. If your intended use is for shipments to the EU where the order is shipped under the IOSS scheme, you will be unable to merge or split orders for shipping. 


    Thanks, the Click & Drop team.

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    David J commented  · 

    This has been suggested before and turned down. Please revisit it, especially in the light of the new customs data situation. The workaround (Record the weight for the combined items package and print one label) is clunky and doesn't give a true record of the transaction.

    The other workaround is to give up and get the drop off Post Office to do any orders that need combining. Which is probably what I'll do in future!

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