NEW: Print all kinds of data from orders, including shipping address, status, customer contact info, total amount etc.
Also print a barcode of the order number, in the same label.
NEW: Print the product or variant images on labels.
NEW: Automatically assign SKU's to your products on Shopify (and/or barcodes), for printing either barcodes or SKU's as barcodes.
NEW: Print QR codes too! Works great for small labels and square labels, and when you have to encode long SKU's, for example.
NEW: Update inventory by scanning barcodes.
NEW: Improved customization editor for the labels, with free-form text, logo, fonts, colours, plus Liquid tags to show practically any attribute from products, variants and the shop. See the second screenshot for an example of a layout and some of the Liquid tags available. A basic default layout and simpler customization options are also available.
This app lets you print labels with barcodes for your products on practically any brand of labels (Avery, Staples, Dymo etc), using any ink-jet or laser printer. It also works with thermal printers that are compatible with PDF's, including many models of Dymo and Zebra. You can even print shipping address labels for orders quickly and easily.
You can select from the database of products that you have saved on Shopify and simply choose which ones you need to print labels for, no need to import anything.
You can also print barcodes for all the products of an order, with just a few clicks, including a barcode that contains the order number.
If you use Shopify POS, with the retail package, you'll be able to scan the barcodes to quickly locate your products, using the handheld scanner.
The barcodes are also compatible with the vast majority of handheld scanners and other point of sale systems.
With a few clicks, the app can automatically assign barcodes and SKU's to your products, without overriding the ones which already have this data.
If you find a specific type of label template or brand in your local office supply store, that you'd like to use, all you have to do is type some of the measurements of the paper in the app, like margins, number of rows, columns etc. You can also import templates other merchants have shared and even share yours.
The app supports the most common barcode formats that you would normally use in a retail setting and for inventory control in general.
You can print labels with all sorts of order data, including shipping address, order number (including as a barcode), customer contact info etc.
The recently launched Shopcodes are an amazing tool to promote your products. For this reason, we've just added a beta feature that allows you to print multiple Shopcodes using common address labels, similar to the way the regular barcode printing works. Just upload the Shopcode image then type a quantity and model of label sheet to use.
The automatically assigned barcodes are not guaranteed to be unique across the world. If you sell through resellers, you'll probably need to obtain unique barcodes from a business standards organization called GS1. Google "GS1" to find the website specific to your country. Either way, you can always use this app to print the labels as usual.
Yes, products can be selected from within the app, or through the Products dashboard, in which case you can filter and select multiple products at once. Other bulk operations, like printing labels for the quantity you have in stock for a given selection, are also supported.
The barcode formats supported by the app (EAN-13, UPC, Code 128 and QR Code) are very common and so they should work with almost any handheld scanner in the market today, including the models sold by Shopify.
Yes! The app has a simplified interface that lets you customize the basics: What fields should appear, like title, price, SKU, promotional price etc, the overall size of text and barcode, and a few other adjustments. This default design and options work really well for the majority of cases, making it easy to get started.
There is also an advanced editor, allowing you to customize much more. It supports liquid tags, logo image, free-form text, colours, fonts, product or variant image etc.
As long as your Dymo or Zebra support PDF's (as most of the current models do), you can print your labels using this app.