This solution explains how to print the following types of labels:


How to Print Item Labels

You can print item labels from the following products:


List / Batch Listing

There are two options for printing item labels:

  1. Auto-print label on scan. Navigate to List settings (Settings -> List). Under "Printer", enable "Auto-print label on scan". You can optionally enable "Print one label per each quantity". This is the recommended method.



  2. Manually print from the shipment grid. Right-click the item and select Print Labels. If you're on a laptop, you may need to use two-finger click on the trackpad depending on your settings. You can choose how many labels to print. If you entered expiration dates while listing and have the "Include expiration date on label" setting enabled, you will see the option to select the expiration date you want printed on the label.


Boxt

There are two methods for printing item labels in Boxt:

  1. Auto-print label on scan. Navigate to Boxt settings (Settings -> Boxt). Under "Item Labels", enable "Print item labels on scan". This is the recommended method.



    Alternatively, this setting can be quickly toggled in the quick settings menu directly in Boxt!


  2.  Manually print from box / unpacked view.  Click the print button for the item, enter the desired quantity, and click "Print Item Labels".


Inventory Management

You can print item labels from Inventory Management by clicking on the printer icon (FNSKU columnn for FBA items or ASIN column for MFN items).

How to Print Expiration Date Labels

You can currently print expiration date labels from Boxt using the same steps as above (see How to Print Item Labels for Boxt):

  1. Auto-print label on scan. Navigate to Boxt settings (Settings -> Boxt). Under "Item Labels", enable "Print Expiration Date Labels on Scan".


    Alternatively, this setting can be quickly toggled in the quick settings menu directly in Boxt!


  2.  Manually print from box / unpacked view.  Click the print button for the item, enter the desired quantity, and click "Print Expiration Labels".