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Back Market Integration Now Available

Published on Nov. 06, 2021

Last updated on May. 02, 2022
5 min read

Our Back Market integration is now live! You can finally answer messages from Back Market, Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Shopify, Newegg and more on one screen. Say bye to constantly checking your messages in separate windows and hello to fast, easy support.

How the Back Market Integration Works

Back Market ticket in Zendesk with ChannelReply

Above: Back Market + Zendesk.

With ChannelReply, you can answer Back Market messages from inside Zendesk, Freshdesk, Zoho DeskHelp Scout, Gorgias or Re:amaze. You can then use all your helpdesk’s awesome tools to speed through your messages. Try it free!

If you don’t have a helpdesk yet, check out our guide to choosing a helpdesk for ecommerce support. We’ll help you find the best fit for your business.

What Can You Do with ChannelReply’s Back Market Integration?

Back Market support, before and after ChannelReply

1. Get Back Market Messages & Order Data on One Screen

The ChannelReply–Back Market integration lets you answer messages in your helpdesk even more easily than in Back Market.

Order info appears right next to each ticket, so you can write your message and look up details on the same screen. No more switching back and forth between the message and the order!

Back Market messaging in Re:amaze

Above: Back Market + Re:amaze.

You’ll also have the same clean, uncluttered message threads that you’re used to. ChannelReply keeps things just as organized as in Back Market, no matter which helpdesk you use.

Threaded Back Market messages in Help Scout

Above: Back Market + Help Scout.

2. Unify Support for Back Market, Amazon, eBay, Newegg, Shopify & Walmart

Back Market, Amazon, eBay and Walmart tickets in one helpdesk

Back Market isn’t our only integration! ChannelReply users can also connect unlimited Amazon, eBay, NeweggShopify* and Walmart accounts.

On top of that, every helpdesk has integrations of its own. You can almost always connect with:

  • Shopify alternatives like BigCommerce and WooCommerce
  • Website help widgets and self-help systems
  • Email
  • Voice
  • Live chat
  • Social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram

ChannelReply can save you a huge amount of time on support even if Back Market messaging is your only support channel. But if you’re stuck switching between multiple systems, putting it all on one screen will save you countless hours every week! See how much simpler support can be with a free trial of ChannelReply.

*Our Shopify integration is not available for Gorgias. Their free Shopify integration is awesome enough without our help!

3. Use More Back Market Data in Your Response Templates

Back Market’s response templates are handy, but they only include five placeholders, like the customer’s name and the order number. If you want to include something like the item the customer ordered or their tracking ID, you have to type it in by hand.

Native Back Market response template

ChannelReply solves that. With 18+ custom fields and variables, you can create powerful templates in Zendesk, Freshdesk, Zoho Desk, Gorgias or Re:amaze.* Automatically fill in every detail your customer could need to know and send detailed, personalized replies in two clicks!

Creating a response template (macro) in Zendesk

Above: Creating a Zendesk macro with ChannelReply custom fields.

Below: The same macro entered on a Back Market ticket, with order details automatically filled in.

Zendesk macro applied on a Back Market ticket

Just click your helpdesk’s name below for instructions:

*Help Scout does not support custom fields in saved replies (response templates).

4. Create Back Market Autoresponders

Wish there were a way to automatically answer your customers’ most common questions? You can, with the option to create a Back Market autoresponder in any of our supported helpdesks!

Here’s an example of an autoresponder created in Freshdesk, complete with placeholders for Back Market data.

Back Market autoresponder settings in Freshdesk

And here’s the result on a ticket, with details like the item's title and the order's status automatically filled in!

Completed auto-reply in Freshdesk

Ready to give it a try? Just click your helpdesk’s name below for Back Market autoresponder setup instructions:

5. Automate, Filter & More with Order Data in Advanced Tools

Creating a workflow in Re:amaze

Above: Creating a Re:amaze workflow based on SKUs.

Most helpdesks allow you to use our custom fields in their most advanced tools.

For example, you could sort tickets by amount spent in Zendesk views, or create views that only show tickets about specific items in Zoho Desk.

Or, you could use SKUs to auto-assign tickets to the right agent with Freshdesk automations or Help Scout / Re:amaze workflows.

These are very simple examples. Advanced users can build specialized autoresponders, detailed reports, or automatic triage systems. It all depends on your helpdesk’s features—and your creativity!

6. View Mountains of Order Data on Back Market Tickets

A Back Market ticket in Zoho Desk

Above: A Back Market ticket in Zoho Desk with order data in the ChannelReply app on the right and custom fields on the left.

To provide world-class support, you need to know everything about the customer's order. ChannelReply provides every bit of info you could need to answer any customer question.

Back Market tickets include the following data on the related order:

  • Order ID
  • Buyer Name
  • Order Creation (the date and time the order was created)
  • Order Modification (the date and time the order was last modified)
  • Purchase Date
  • Order Shipping (date and time)
  • Shipper
  • Delivery Note (opens in another tab)
  • Status
  • Amount (total amount the customer spent on the order: item prices, shipping, taxes, etc.)
  • Price (total of all combined item prices)
  • Shipping Price
  • BackCare Price
  • Sales Taxes
  • Currency
  • Payment Method
  • PSP Reference
  • Country Code
  • Region Extension
  • Billing Address
    • First Name
    • Last Name
    • Company
    • Street
    • City
    • State or Province
    • Postal Code
    • Country
    • Phone
    • Email
  • Shipping Address
    • First Name
    • Last Name
    • Company
    • Street
    • City
    • State or Province
    • Postal Code
    • Country
    • Phone
    • Email
  • Tracking ID
  • Tracking URL

Plus, the extra info below is provided for each item in the buyer’s order:

  • Item Name
  • Brand
  • Quantity
  • SKU
  • Orderline ID
  • Product ID
  • Listing ID
  • Price
  • Shipping Price
  • Sales Taxes
  • Currency
  • Creation Date
  • Shipping Delay
  • Shipper
  • Status

7. Get Back Market Order Notifications

Back Market ticket in Help Scout

Above: A New Order notification in Help Scout.

Ever wish you could get emails about new Back Market orders? With ChannelReply, you can!

Our New Order notifications can create a ticket inside your helpdesk every time someone orders from your Back Market account. If you want, you can also use your helpdesk’s notification system to get an email each time.

Our New Order notifications also come complete with detailed order info in our app and custom fields. That makes them helpful for fulfilling orders, building reports, making records of orders received and more.

This feature is completely optional, and totally free for all ChannelReply users! Back Market New Order notifications don’t count as messages received on any ChannelReply plan.

8. Filter and/or Tag Back Market Notifications

Back Market Notification Preferences in ChannelReply

Above: Notification options for Back Market sellers in ChannelReply.

By default, ChannelReply delivers all Back Market messages and notifications to your helpdesk. But that can cause your ticket views to get overloaded fast! To help you stay organized, we've given you the option to tag or filter out certain notifications:

  • Cancellations
  • Returns
  • IMEI / serial number requests
  • Invoice requests

As shown in the screenshot above, you can disable any of these notifications. You can also add tags, like "imei" for IMEI request notifications and "return" for return notifications.

Tags make it easy to filter Back Market notifications into separate views in your helpdesk. Plus, you can even use them to make automations work differently for buyer messages than for notifications.

After you've connected Back Market to your helpdesk, you'll be able to manage these options in your ChannelReply account. Just click Back Market on your dashboard, hit "EDIT" under any account, and scroll down to Notification Preferences.

9. Take Actions

In any of our supported helpdesks, you can take the following Back Market actions:

  • Validate individual items with the Validate Orderline option. (Shown in Re:amaze below.)

Validating a Back Market orderline in Re:amaze

  • Refund individual items using the Refund Orderline option. (Shown in Gorgias below.)

Refunding a Back Market orderline in Gorgias

  • Close or reopen the ticket in Back Market using the Close Ticket or Open Ticket action.

If you use Zendesk, Freshdesk, Zoho Desk or Re:amaze, you’ll also have a fourth action available:

  • Upload the order’s shipping information (tracking ID, tracking URL, and shipping date) in the Order Shipping dropdown. (Shown in Freshdesk below.)

Uploading shipping info from Freshdesk

These features mean you can do more than just answer questions. You can actually resolve many of the most common requests from inside your helpdesk! Your support team almost never needs to open Back Market and can truly handle all your customer service on one screen.

How Do I Get Started?

Just follow our step-by-step Back Market integration instructions. You can connect your Back Market account to ChannelReply in as little as 90 seconds.

If you ever have a question, send us a message and an agent will get back to you in no time. We’re always happy to help!

Author
Justin Golschneider
VP Marketing

Justin has over a decade of experience in ecommerce and customer service. He is an obsessive researcher with a passion for accuracy, and his articles for ChannelReply alone have reached over a million readers. He holds a bachelor's degree in English.