General questions for this table
Before, we depend on backorders. Now, we take note of availability and A SERIES' global demand, adaptation, as well as the wishlist and notify me count.
Could be: - The available supplier copies are in limited quantities - Only the backordered amount was purchased
Those with no ETA are still processing on the supplier's end or in difficult Customs clearance. We have no estimated date of arrival under these circumstances.
This quantity depends on the demand of the book. Higher demand copies are added more on Shopee while lower demand copies are usually just on the site.
Notifications are sent via email if you signed up on the "Notify Me" form on the product and/or you wishlisted the item and have signed up for email marketing (for which you can sign up at the bottom of the main site).
On your Order Status page, it will become "Processing" or "In Transit". Your backorder is not affected by the on-hand extras.
This is updated in real-time. What you see here is what we refer to on the backend. When it has arrived, it will be removed from this table.
Frankly, not so much. Shipments might lack one or two copies, or have more than what we purchased. Also, some may be really damaged that it's unsellable. By these conditions, the on-hand extras can differ by the time it's posted on the site.
Before, yes. But now, no.
One entry is one shipment, so this means the book is included in more than one shipment.
It will be posted on the Changelog.
This means that the book is still processing from the supplier's end. It has not left their warehouse yet/not yet in transit. The times when this can end vary depending on their schedule and holidays. By "supplier", this means the publisher's/distributor's warehouse.