PickList Order Labels

Understanding PickList Order Labels

PickList Orders Labels verify that an order has been picked.

There are 2 types of picklist order labels:

  • Label One – contains OrderID, OrderSou0rceID, TotalQtyPicked, TotalQtyRequired, ShipCarrier
  • Label Two – contains OrderID, OrderSourceID, ProductID, TotalQtyPicked, TotalQtyRequired, ShipCarrier

The main difference between Label One and Label Two is that Label Two prints out the SKU while Label One doesn’t.


Choosing PickList Label Type

The Label Type is selected in the printer settings.

To set up your PickList label type go to Menu > Settings > Printer > Choose PickList Label Type.

Label One

Label One is printed when orders are fully picked based on the setting Auto print fully picked orders and is typically used for Order Based picking.

Let’s say Order#123 has two products, AB for five units and DE for ten units. Once AB is fully picked 5/5 and DE is fully picked 10/10, bringing the TotalQtyPicked = 15, then a label should print. You can also force print from the top action bar button.

Label Two

Label Two prints out every single pick, one label for each unit picked based on the setting Auto print for every unit picked and is typically used for Product Based picking.

Let’s say Order#123 has two products, AB for five units and DE for ten units. When you pick five units of AB, five labels should print off for AB. It will print 1/15, 2/15, 3/15, 4/15 and 5/15. When you pick ten of DE, ten more labels should print out, saying 6/15, 7/15, 8/15 … 15.15.

Make sure your printer settings have been configured to the correct printer.

Automatic and Manual Printing

The labels will print automatically, can be pushed manually or from the PickList page.

To print the labels automatically:

  1. Navigate to Menu > Settings > Warehouse Management > PickList.
  2. Enable settings:
    1. Auto print fully picked orders to print Label One automatically.
    2. Auto print for every unit picked to print Label Two automatically.

enabling printing settings

To print labels manually:

  1. After the picking process is completed press the Print icon.Printing Picklist labels printer icon
  2. In the Product Based Picking module after pressing the Printer icon select in the dropdown to search Product ID or Print Order ID:
    1. If you search by Product ID, scan/enter the product’s SKU, select order ID, and press Print.
    2. If you search Order ID, scan/enter Order number and press Print.printing labels from Product Based Picking module

 

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