The Label Management configurations allow you to customize what information is printed on labels during the receiving process or from Inventory Control. To access your label management configurations, navigate to Configurations > Config Page > Label (new)> Label Management.
- Label Size: Select the size of the label you'd like to configure from the dropdown
- Click on the label you want to edit
NOTE: If you're quickly trying to navigate between label sizes for reference, toggling between the sizes will save any changes you made.
- Label Fields
- The fields selected from the dropdowns will determine what information is printed on whatever size label you're editing. Whatever value you select will be taken from Product (e.g., Brand), Inventory (e.g., Harvest Date), or Basic Configurations (e.g., Dispensary Name) and printed in the appropriate field on the label. You can reference the label sample on the right side of the screen to view where each value will be printed.
- Select a value from each field's dropdown or select 'Empty Value' if you'd prefer to leave it blank. Keep in mind that each field has a maximum character count displayed above the dropdown, and any characters beyond the limit will not be included on the label when printed.
NOTE: The Treez inventory SKU will be printed below the barcode on each label and can't be removed or replaced.
Though you'll be prompted to print inventory labels when intaking new inventory, if you need to print additional labels, follow the steps below.
Step 1: Navigate to Inventory > Inventory Management > Inventory Control.
Step 2: Use the search function or the available filters to find the inventory that you'd like to edit the barcodes for.
Step 3: Check the boxes on all the inventory lines you'd like to print labels for. Then, click the Print Label button on the action bar at the bottom of your screen.
Step 4: Enter the size and quantity of the labels you'd like to print, and then select which label printer you'd like to use.
Step 5: When all the fields have been completed, click the blue Print button.
The labels will then print from the location you chose and will be ready to be stuck onto your inventory.