On Hold vs. Canceled Orders

Tristin Himes -

You can use those actions interchangeably. We advise people to put orders on hold when they're expecting to activate them again, and to cancel orders when they're expected never to be dealt with again.


This is just to help you keep things organized. You can easily re-open a canceled order, and we don't charge you for orders that are on hold, so if things are on hold indefinitely, it doesn't effect payment. 
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