The estimated delivery date is provided by AfterShip, based on its AI-predictive model. You can display the EDD on the product page, cart, and order checkout page. It indicates when a customer will receive the order.
You can use AfterShip’s AI-powered predictive estimated delivery date API to provide expected delivery dates to shoppers for online orders without tracking numbers. You can get the earliest date, the latest date, and the most-likely-arrival date through our AI-predictive EDD API.
Display accurate estimated delivery dates on the product page, store cart, and order checkout page to encourage customers to check out faster and give them a better customer experience.
Contact sales to activate this feature.
Supported functionalities require:
EstimatedDeliveryDate object for one prediction result.
EstimatedDeliveryDate objects are allowed.
EstimatedDeliveryDate objects do not meet the specification requirement.
AfterShip's unique code of courier. Please refer to https://track.aftership.com/couriers/download.
AfterShip’s unique code represents carrier’s shipping and delivery options. Refer to Download Link.
The location from where the package is picked up by the carrier to be delivered to the final destination.
The final destination of the customer where the delivery will be made.
AfterShip uses this object to calculate the total weight of the order.
The number of packages.
The local pickup time in the origin address time zone of the package.Show all...
The local pickup time of the package.
estimated_pickup is required.