Orderry allows you to print product labels to optimize inventory, as well as service labels to add frequently used work. You can use any thermal printer and customize the size and template for your labels. Let's take a look at the system and discover how you can print labels.

Printing product label

Product label printing from the β€œInventory > Stock” page:

  1. Check the items you want to print labels for.
  2. Press the β€œπŸ–¨οΈβ€ printer button on the bottom left and select β€œLabels printing”.
  3. Select the label template (if there are multiple) in the print dialog window and the price type that you want to display on the label (if you’ve added the {Price} variable to the template).
  4. Use the β€œProduct Name” field to add products for printing labels from the other warehouse (if you have access).
  5. If necessary, enter the number of labels to print in the β€œQuantity” column.
  6. Click the β€œPrint” button.

Printing product labels from the posting and/or transfer document:

  1. Open the posting and/or transfer, click the β€œπŸ–¨οΈ Print” button on the bottom right corner and select β€œLabels printing”.
  2. Select a template (if there are multiple) in the printing dialog window and the price type that you want to display on the label (if you’ve added the {Price} variable to the template).
  3. Use the β€œProduct Name” field to add products for printing labels from the other warehouse (if you have access).
  4. If necessary, remove items that don’t need labels.
  5. If necessary, enter the number of labels to print in the β€œQuantity” column.
  6. Click the β€œPrint” button.

Printing a product label from the product unit passport (for a serial product):

  1. Open the product unit passport, and click the β€œπŸ–¨οΈ Print” button on the bottom right corner.
  2. Select a template (if there are multiple) in the print dialog window and the price type that you want to display on the label (if you’ve added the {Price} variable is added to the template).
  3. Using the β€œProduct Name” field, you can add products for printing labels from the other warehouse (if you have access).
  4. If necessary, enter the number of labels to print in the β€œQuantity” column.
  5. Click the β€œPrint” button.

Printing product labels during posting (for serial products):

  1. Add serial numbers in the field of the same name in the posting dialog window.
  2. Click the β€œπŸ–¨οΈβ€ icon to print labels.
  3. Select a template (if there are multiple) in the print dialog window.
  4. If necessary, enter the number of labels to print in the β€œQuantity” column.
  5. If necessary, remove items that don’t need labels.
  6. Click the β€œPrint” button.

Remember: When printing labels from non-existent posting, you can only print product barcodes and serial numbers. Print labels from the completed posting for your labels to match the specified templates.

Printing product labels when enabling inventory serialization for non-serial products:

  1. Enter or generate serial numbers and click the β€œπŸ–¨οΈβ€ icon to print labels.
  2. Select a template (if there are multiple) in the print dialog window.
  3. If necessary, enter the number of labels to print in the β€œQuantity” column.
  4. If necessary, remove items that don’t need labels.
  5. Click the β€œPrint” button.

Printing service label

Printing a service label from the β€œSettings > Services list” page:

  1. Check the works you want to print labels for.
  2. Press the printer button β€œπŸ–¨οΈβ€ on the bottom left corner and select β€œLabels printing”.
  3. Select a template (if there are multiple) in the print dialog window.
  4. Using the β€œName” field to add works to print labels for other services
  5. If necessary, enter the number of labels to print in the β€œQuantity” column.
  6. Click the β€œPrint” button.

In addition to labels, you can set up and print price tags for products and services.

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