Deliverr's fast tag coverage map is found in the Inventory Details page for all SKUs and provides an overview of fast tag coverage for:
- Walmart Fast Delivery Badges (Walmart Fast Tags)
- eBay Fast Delivery Badges (eBay Fast Tags)
- Shopify Fast Delivery Badges (Shopify Fast Tags)
- Wish Fast Delivery Badges (Wish Fast Tags)
- Google Fast Delivery Badges (Google Fast Tags)
Note: you will only see fast tag coverage status for enabled fast tags. If you haven't enabled a fast tag, then you will only see the locations and quantities for that particular SKU.
Buyers located in blue states in the continental United States will see the badge on the marketplace. Buyers located in white or grey states will not see the any badges. Sometimes the coverage could be low due to low inventory of that DSKU. If that is the case, to gain more coverage you may need to complete an inbound for that SKU.
What do the shades represent?
If you have the fast tag active for the given product, the shades represent the % of demand covered by the shipping speed that you've selected on a particular marketplace (eg. Walmart 2-Day) in a particular state. If you hover over the state, you can see the exact percentage.
What do the circles represent?
The circles represent where your inventory is situated across our warehouse network. Hover over any circle and you will see the details.
Why are some circles blue and others grey?
The blue circles represent multiple nearby warehouses where you inventory sits. It's a good thing, that means that in case anything happens to a warehouse, another one can fulfill your order.
How come on some days I see inventory across the country (the circles) and no coverage (no blue shade on the map)?
This can happen for a number of reasons: the biggest ones being warehouse or carrier overload on that particular day, especially at the beginning of the week, when orders arrive from weekend purchases.
Is there a way to improve coverage (see more blue on the map)?
Sometimes the coverage could be low due to low inventory of that DSKU. If that is the case, to gain more coverage you may need to complete an inbound for that SKU.