Springboard Retail's "Scan and Print" feature allows you to print barcode labels while you add items to a purchasing receipt. As each item is added to the purchasing receipt, an individual barcode label will print which will allow you to quickly and efficiently add barcode labels to items as they are physically received.
For example, if you receive merchandise from a vendor that has a barcode but does not have a price tag, Scan and Print will help you quickly apply a Springboard Retail price tag to an item as you scan the vendor barcodes upon physically receiving the merchandise.
Here's what you need to know to begin using Scan and Print:
Install Springboard Retail Connect
If you are using the latest version of the app from the app store, scan & print functionality is included.
Printing Labels from a Purchasing Receipt
Once you have restarted your web browser, return to Springboard Retail and open a new Purchasing Receipt.
You will notice that the "Print Labels" button has changed:
When you click on this “Print Labels” button, a small menu will appear as seen below.
To activate Scan and Print, switch the button to the "On" position.
Then, click the "Settings" link to set the label printer and label format for scan and print.
Once you have turned on Scan and Print and saved these settings, a label will print for each new line that is scanned to the receipt or that is added via the Find button.
Labels will not print automatically when the "Select From Order" button is used to add items to the receipt. However, you still have the option to print all items on a purchasing receipt by clicking the "Print Labels" button that appears in the "Print Labels" menu.
Note: Scan and Print will currently work exclusively with the Zebra LP 2824 Plus or ZD410 printers.