About material tracking labels

Printable tracking labels can be generated for each of your Materials. These are useful for marking your storage locations and contain a QR code that can be scanned to retrieve your material detail page instantly. Tracking Labels can be printed individually or in bulk.

In this article, we'll cover:

To generate a single label for a specific material:

1. Go to your Material page (How do I find my material page?)

2. Hover your mouse over the ⋮ icon next to the name of the material in the heading

3. Select Generate Tracking Label from the menu - this will create a PDF, and then download it to your machine.

4. Once downloaded, open and print with your PDF viewer.

Note: The label is formatted as 6"x4", the size of a standard shipping label sticker.

To generate labels for multiple materials:

1. Go to your Materials List page.

2. Scroll to the bottom of the page to the dropdown menu called Batch Actions

3. Select the Generate Labels option

4. Select either a 2x3 or 4x6 size option from the dropdown that appears.

5. Click the Update button - this will start to create a PDF that will automatically download to your machine.

6. Once downloaded, open and print with your PDF viewer.

How to use the material tracking label

The square tracking code on your label is called a QR Code. This code can be printed as a label to tag your materials so you can quickly look up your detail pages on your phone.

How to use the QR code:

  1. Print out the label for your material.

  1. Open your QR app on your phone, then point your camera at the printed QR code. This will scan and recognize the code and start loading your material page.

To use the QR code, you will need a web-enabled phone with an in-built camera, as well as an app installed that can read QR codes.

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