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Looking for an easier way to label items as I create listings. I wish I could do it right then with one or two clicks while I am adding the item into my inventory and not when I am creating the shipment. I get a lot of items that I only have one of. Going

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Looking for an easier way to label items as I create listings. I wish I could do it right then with one or two clicks while I am adding the item into my inventory and not when I am creating the shipment. I get a lot of items that I only have one of. Going back through to find the item and add the land is very time consuming.

Any tips?

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I label mine as I go, using my Dymo 450 and the Chrome capability (I believe it works also in Firefox). Just copy the SKU into Scan-and-Ship (or Scan-and-Label) and print from there. I can’t imagine having to hunt for the correct label per item.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html.

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I use the 30443, but I will need to go check to see where I bought them. Definitely not the official Dymo brand – way too expensive.

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I use listlabelship.com Once amazon dropped java, I could never get scan and ship to print right and their directions didn’t work. It was Q4 and I didn’t have time to spend hours on it so I tried listlabelship and it is so much more efficient and faster than scan and ship. No more cut and pasting and keeping 2 windows open and going back and forth. It’s 5 bucks month or you can pay yearly.

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I use LLS for printing shipping labels and I love it, but let’s be clear with the product labels: NO cutting and pasting is required in Scan and Ship and it actually prints faster than in LLS. So, while I LOVE LLS, it doesn’t do as good a job with product labels as SNS does, but it’s great for shipping labels.

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