Orderry supports the majority of popular barcode formats: UPC-A, EAN-13, EAN-8, and Code128. The system assigns barcodes to the new orders, inventory products, product serial numbers (with enabled serial accounting), warehouse bins (with enabled bin locations), and works in the services list.

How to apply barcodes

Orderry enables you to work with the barcode scanners in the keyboard emulation mode. This significantly boosts your working efficiency. Let's discover how barcodes make your business management simpler:

1. Barcodes allow you to find and open orders by scanning their barcodes to the search field on the “Orders” page.

2. You can add an order to a new invoice by scanning the order barcode into the “Add order” field.

3. Orderry allows you to add the product or service to the invoice by scanning their barcodes into the “Add service or material” field.

4. With barcodes, you can add the product or service to the sale by scanning their barcodes into the “Service or product title” field.

5. Our system enables you to add the product to the order by hitting the “Select from warehouse button and scanning the barcode into the “Product name” field.

6. In Orderry, you can add the service to the order by scanning its barcode into the “Service / Labor” field.

7. The system makes it simple to find the product in the warehouse by scanning the product barcode on the “Inventory” page.

8. You can find the work in the Services list by scanning the service barcode into the search field on the “Settings > Services list” page.

How to assign a barcode to a new order

Here are the steps you need to follow to assign a barcode to a new order:

Step 1. Navigate to the “Orders” page and hit the “+ Order” button.

Step 2. Hit the barcode image.

Step 3. Generate a new barcode or enter your one in the EAN-13 format and hit the “Save” button.

Remember: You can only use barcodes in the EAN-13 format. Use the {Barcode} variable to render your order barcodes in the printed documents.

How to assign a barcode to a product

Barcode is a unique product identifier, meaning there cannot be 2 identical barcodes assigned to different products. At the same time, you can assign multiple barcodes to a single product.

Adding a barcode to an existing product in the inventory

Step 1. Navigate to the “Inventory > Stock” page.

Step 2. Open the product dialog window (double-click the product entry) and hit the “+ Add barcode” button.

Step 3. Select the needed barcode format in the “Type” dropdown.

Step 4. Generate a new barcode or add the existing one into the “Code” field and hit the “Create” button.

Bulk barcode adding

Step 1. Navigate to the “Inventory > Products and categories” page.

Step 2. Set the “Products without a barcode” filter to get only the products without barcode configured.

Step 3. Select the target products and hit the “More actions” option.

Step 4. Click the “Add barcode” button, specify the barcode type, and hit the “Create” button.

Adding barcode upon posting

Hit the “+ Add barcode” button in the posting document when creating a new product to create a barcode for it. Enter the type, generate a new barcode or enter the existing one, and hit the “Create” button to complete the operation.

Adding barcode upon product import

You can also add barcodes via product importing on the “Inventory > Stock” page. Just fill the respective column in the Excel-file before importing your products to Orderry.

How to assign a barcode to a service

Here are the steps to adding a barcode to a new or existing service:

Step 1. Navigate to the “Settings > Services list” page.

Step 2. Hit the “+ Add barcode” in the service dialog window.

Step 3. Select the barcode type in the “Type” dropdown.

Step 4. Generate the new barcode or enter an existing one into the “Code” field and hit the “Create” button.

Adding barcode upon service import

Orderry allows you to add barcodes via service importing on the “Settings > Services list” page. Just fill the respective column in the Excel-file before importing your products to Orderry.

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