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    Hey, @csr! Thanks for bringing this up! We’ll keep this in mind when updating our packing slips. For now, we’d like to see your idea gain more support from other users before making a decision.

    Can you tell us what makes the packing slips different between your two stores? Hopefully this added information will help other users better understand your idea so they can add their input and votes.

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    csr commented  · 

    One store does a lot of single, small items in first class packages so we use the 4X6 labels because 1) its faster when shipping since we print both packing slip and label at the same time in the same file, 2) the 4X6 takes up less space in the box than a full piece of paper and 3) We no longer have to marry a packing slip with a label, so that gets rid of a little bit of human error if the wrong packing slip/label is together. These orders don't require a lot of room as its typically one item per order and there are a lot more of these orders than the other store. It also saves us on ink since we print on a thermal printer.

    The other store uses the 8X11 slip because 1) these orders are a bit more involved and have a lot more information and all different types of items and quantities per order so we do need more room and 2) picking the items to ship is too difficult to read on a tiny label which can cause more errors.

    Hope that helps!

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    csr commented  · 

    Hi Admin. The only difference between the two packing slips is the size. For the first store, we print the 4X6 packing slips with a 4X6 label together, so they print out in the same file. The second store uses a 4X6 label and an 8X11 packing slip, so every time we need to print from the second store we have to go change the settings and then change them back after we're done.

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