SKULabs' shipping solution enables your business to reduce the time and cost of shipping through easy to use tools and automations for comparing rates and creating shipping labels from a multitude of carriers. This article details the prerequisites to start shipping in SKULabs.

Connect all of your carrier accounts to SKULabs

While you can print Manual pickup / delivery shipment labels within SKULabs right away, you can also connect your shipping carrier accounts for real-time rate comparisons and print shipping labels using your own negotiated postage rates.

If you ship using Amazon's Buy Shipping program, choose the Amazon option during carrier setup.

Set your store's default shipping settings and configurations

Once carriers are connected, set your stores' shipping defaults. Visit the settings page, click on a store's name, and scroll down to open the Shipping defaults and settings panel.

Select label format

The next step is to choose and save printing format for labels from Label Format page where you have the option to choose between 4x6 Thermal paper and 8.5x11 Letter size paper.

Configure shipping defaults and settings for each store

SKULabs allows you to set Shipping defaults and settings for each store which will expedite the shipping process by eliminating the need to manually enter shipping information. To configure each store's shipping defaults, navigate to Store Settings page, select a store, scroll to the Shipping defaults and settings section. Click on the section to expand it and make sure to save the store settings page once you're done.

Connect printers and scales

Connect your printers and scales to auto-fill package weight and sending print jobs to your printers.

How to create shipping labels

SKULabs offers alternative ways to create a shipping labels that fit different shipping workflows. Lean how to create labels from the article below.

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