Hi, @everyone! Can you help put this into perspective and add how often (relative to your single page packing slips) you’re needing to print additional pages?
For example, in a week 3/4 of your orders require a single page for packing slips and the remaining 1/4 require 2 pages; very rarely does an order need more than 2 pages.rxsmartgear commented
Allow the packing slip and Shipping label to print off at the same time on two different printers without having to hit print button twice. We use a barcode (order number) which is scanned to print 4x6 shipping label & 4x6 packing slip, on label. Our label printers have the ability to peel the backing from the label when printed. I'd like to use two label printers(zebra) one for packing slip (not peeling backing from label) and the other for shipping label( backing being removed). This would shave 10 seconds off each packaged shipped as shipper would no longer have to tear off packing slip from shipping label and peel label from backing. Would save 1hr or more a day when shipping 500 packages. I posted this under this request as this would allow packing slips to be multiple pages long or different size paper/printer, yet still only print one shipping label.
Scan to Verify and Print is now AVAILABLE in the new version of ShipStation, and also now supports product identification by UPC, SKU, or both values.
We will mark this feature complete once Scan to Verify is a standalone mode from Print.
Additional features, settings are also in the works. Thank you all for your continued patience.
Thanks for leaving your thoughts, everyone! We’re still reviewing this idea that has definite merit. For now, please leave your votes and comments to help keep this discussion active. Being specific in how this would affect your workflow and how you’re currently doing it will help our product team to implement new features.