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WooCommerce Shipping

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Print USPS and DHL labels right from your WooCommerce dashboard and instantly save on shipping. WooCommerce Shipping is free to use and saves you time and money.

Bulk printing of shipping labels in woocommerce.

The longest part about creating shipping labels is going into each order. If there was an option in the drop down for bulk print shipping label for selected orders then it could go to a screen for review and if there’s any mistakes to be fixes and then just print a string of shipping labels. Ive looked for alternative sources but nothing comes close to what im looking for. Please consider adding this fucntionality,

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Last updated: April 6, 2018

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  1. socialxata says:

    This feature is must needed

  2. gabeeltaeb says:

    This is a much needed feature.

  3. harryalex23 says:

    I completely agree that this feature would be incredibly beneficial for streamlining the shipping process and saving time. Being able to select multiple orders and print shipping labels for them all at once would be a significant improvement in efficiency. It will be very beneficial for my painters and decorators london website

  4. polinkuer12 says:

    as a WordPress Developer I need this feature for Quick Draw

  5. polinkuer12 says:

    I’m about to process over 200 labels in one day. it seems massive to me

  6. richard busch says:

    Can we please get a bulk print. I’ve had to replace my credit card due to them thinking each individual shipping label im charged for is fraud.

  7. madbomber77 says:

    Please add this feature! It’s the only thing missing!

  8. C Bowie says:

    Any movement on this? Very unhandy to have to Purchase a single label when you have multiple orders to ship. Bueller? Bueller?

  9. weblogixnp says:

    Yes, as a WordPress Developer I need this feature for many of my clients.

  10. anonymousert says:

    Hi,

    I just wanted to give you a quick heads-up about something I noticed in your article about bulk printing of shipping.

    I wrote that laser printers are more energy efficient than inkjet printers because they use less energy per page. However, there’s apparently a difference between inkjet and laser printing as far as energy efficiency goes—inkjet printers are more efficient.

    I’ve never used an inkjet printer, but I think it would be interesting to see what kind of savings there might be if I did try them out. Have you ever used an inkjet printer? If so, could you share your experience with me?

  11. store@holypacha.com says:

    We process normally process about 50 orders a week. It would be a lot faster to do a bulk option like we do in different platforms. One by one is time consuming and makes no sense if the technology is offered elsewhere.

    Unfortunately, as others have mentioned, each label is charged individually to the credit card, my accountant on the other hand is going nuts with all the individual credit card charges.

    Please implement this option for everyones sake.

  12. TheProfessor101 says:

    We process an average of 60-75 orders a week and have recently switched from using Shippo to WooCommerce Shipping because the latter is integrated into the WooCommerce order webpage.

    Unfortunately, as others have mentioned, each label is charged individually to the credit card. While we haven’t experienced our credit card being flagged for fraud (yet), my accountant on the other hand is going nuts with all the individual credit card charges.

    It was suggested at the following link to set up a prepaid shipping account if it’s not possible to lump the daily or weekly charges together with WooCommerce Shipping:

    https://ideas.woocommerce.com/forums/133476-woocommerce/suggestions/41091592-shipping-label-payment-account-reduces-number-of-p

  13. Anonymous says:

    I’m about to process 160+ labels in a single day. And will have to do so every month. A bulk ship would be a huge help!

  14. Krista Mueller says:

    The printing of each order is time consuming as well as it creates a Credit card transaction for each order. If you don’t notify your bank, it will flag and hold your account. It also floods your bank statement with the transactions. I would LOVE a bulk print and purchase option!