"The best routing app for Shopify merchants." - Official Shopify Retail Blog

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Streamline every step of your delivery operations and let your customers know when their orders are arriving. Save time and delight your customers with your new delivery superpowers.

EasyRoutes by Roundtrip

"The best routing app for Shopify merchants."

- Official Shopify Retail Blog -

Create a delightful delivery experience for your customers...

From custom order tracking pages to delivery notifications, EasyRoutes lets you craft the perfect delivery experience for your customers.

...all without ever leaving your Shopify Admin.


Save (a lot) of time planning local delivery routes...

Create multiple optimized routes in one click, schedule and assign routes, and add last-minute orders…

...all without ever leaving your Shopify Admin.


Make life easier for your delivery drivers

Create routes with EasyRoutes and deliver with them EasyRoutes Delivery Driver for iOS and Android. Our delivery driver app puts all the information and tools your driver needs right at their fingertips.

...all without ever leaving your Shopify Admin.


🏆 EasyRoutes is a 2x Shopify Staff Pick

How to get from A to Z-how to plan routes with Google Maps


When you're trying to get from A to Z, Google Maps is the go-to app. You can use it for pretty much anything: driving, biking, or walking. It'll even tell you how long each route will take and give recommendations on pit stops along the way. If you're not sure how to use this tool, don't worry! We've got all the info on how to plan your routes with Google Maps here.

Put in your origin and your destination.

To get directions from point A to point B, you'll want to start by entering your origin and destination on the Google Maps website. You can put in your current location, or you can enter an address for either point.

If you’re looking for directions from one place to another, type in both places into the text field at the top of the page. If all goes well and there aren't too many stops in between, Google will give you detailed directions with a map showing how to get there as well as how long it will take (in minutes).

You can also type in two addresses if they're close together but not right next door; Google Maps will look up both addresses and show them on one map so that even if they're not right next door, they should still be close enough together for walking or biking distance!

Choose your method of transport.

Step 2: Choose your method of transport. You can either select the fastest, most convenient, economical, environmentally friendly, comfortable or scenic route. Selecting multiple criteria will create a more complex itinerary that may take longer to complete but is likely to produce a better result.

Check out their travel times.

If you want to know exactly how long it will take you to get from point A to point Z, use the travel times. You can see the estimated travel time for each route on the main screen of Google Maps.

There are two other features that may help you decide which route is best for you: traffic information and walking time (if there are sidewalks). If a road has heavy traffic or no sidewalk, these features can help convince you a different route might be better.

If you're driving, pick something close by to make a pit stop.

If you're driving and have time to spare, make a pit stop. You can use stops along the way to refuel and stretch your legs. Just be sure to check the traffic conditions before you go so that you know how long it will take for your driver to get back on the road! The best part about this option is that if things go wrong with one of these methods of transport (like if there's a delay), you'll still have another way home - which means more options when negotiating with your boss about how late you need to stay at work!

Make sure you've considered traffic!

Before you leave, it's important to check the traffic on your route. Google Maps can give you an idea of how bad the traffic is by showing a colored line along the road that indicates speed. Red lines indicate heavy traffic, orange means slow-moving and green means clear sailing.

The best way to design your route is by using Google Maps' "traffic layer." This feature shows where congestion is worst on any given day or time—and gives alternative routes if there's a lot of congestion ahead on one road. You can also use this feature to see how much time it'll save you if you take a different route because there might be fewer cars on another road at that time of day or night.

You'll want to plan your route before you leave the house, or at least know how to find a good one close by when you need it.

Planning your route before you leave the house is always better than having to find one on the fly. If you are driving, it's important to note that Google Maps can be used offline if there is no data signal available (if you're not connected). You'll want to download a map for offline use before heading out on the road and then turn off Wi-Fi or mobile data in order to save battery life.

If taking public transportation, know how to get from point A to point Z within your city or town so that when an unexpected delay happens, like construction work or an accident along the way, there aren't any blind spots in your knowledge of how to get around.

Google Maps can help you get around with ease.

Google Maps can help you get around with ease. The app will even allow you to plan routes and find places to stop along the way, like gas stations or restaurants. It will also show you how long it takes to get from point A to point Z!


Whether you're riding the bus, driving your car or walking around town, Google Maps can help you do it all. The best part is that the app is free and available on just about any device with an internet connection and location services enabled. So go ahead, explore how far this new technology will take us!


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