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Hi there! Thanks so much for your feedback on how we can improve ShipStation for your business. We look here to learn about common obstacles for our users so we can work on solutions.
After reading many of the responses, it appears that one of the underlying needs described was to print labels on a 4×6 thermal printer and packing slips on an 8.5×11 printer, which you can now accomplish in ShipStation. http://feedback.shipstation.com/forums/126593-request-a-new-shipstation-feature/suggestions/4446885-print-thermal-shipping-labels-in-conjunction-with
Since you’re asking for the ability to have one button for this function, we’ll leave this request open. Can you give us more detail about about your current workflow and what’s the hardest part not having a button that prints both labels/packing slips simultaneously vs two buttons?
An error occurred while saving the commentRick commented
I recently changed to Shipstation from Shipworks.
While using Shipworks for many years I had the ability to print both the shipping label and the packing slip at the SAME time automatically.
I use a 4X6" Shipping label and a 8.5X11" Packing slip.
That is NOT a SIMPLE option with Shipstation.
It should be.
I am amazed that this is not a simple button option under Shipping Label Format
201 votes89 comments · Product Feedback & Fresh Ideas » Printing & Documents · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
The product team will review your request and you’ll hear from us once we have made a decision.
394 votes96 comments · Product Feedback & Fresh Ideas » Printing & Documents · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
So, just to help us better understand, would this idea work best for you if it automatically printed whenever an order came in? So, say, an order comes in on Sunday at 4:00 a.m., it should print then. Or would it be better if whenever you log in to ShipStation and have it active that you would prefer to have the packing slips printed out then?