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Packiyo provides a dedicated app that makes it easy to instantly print shipping labels, barcodes and documents. Here's how.

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Once your orders are picked and packed, you will want your shipping labels to print automatically from Packiyo. Follow the steps below to install the printer app and print labels with ease.

About the Packiyo Print Listener

The printing app is required to automatically print your shipping labels from Packiyo. It's a client app that runs in the background on your computer and picks up any print requests that are generated when scanning a barcode from Packiyo.

Note: If you want your shipping labels to print automatically, you will need to be logged in to both the packing station and the print listener at the same.

Download the Print Listener for Your Computer

The Packiyo print app can run on several operating systems. Please use one of the following links to download for your computer.

Tip: If you're using an Apple computer and are unsure which processor you're running, check out this guide.

Installing and Running the Print Listener

Once you've downloaded the app, you'll need to install it. Please note you may receive a notification that the app is a virus. The app is not a virus! And we ensure it is not infected, please proceed.

Note: Ask us directly if you're unsure about the notification.

Once the app is installed, please run it.

Enter the login credentials starting with the tenant. This is the URL of your app. For example, you would enter super-brand as your tenant name if your WMS login URL is super-brand.packiyo.com.
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Enter your user account's login credentials to be used for printing. Once successfully logged in, the print listener will run in the background, listen for any print jobs, and send those print jobs to the printer specified in your account settings.

Note: This program needs to be running in the background while packing.

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