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How to Create, Pay And Print MyPost Labels.
How to Create, Pay And Print MyPost Labels.

How to completely process a MyPost label.

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Written by Nathan Huppatz
Updated over a week ago

MyPost label fulfillment is much like most other labels within ReadyToShip. Broadly speaking, the order will be imported and you will assign packaging/carriers and other settings such as rates before moving the order into a shipping run. In a MyPost Business Shipping tab, you will select a rate and packaging, if not already done in the Unshipped tab, then Create the Label, Pay and Print the Label, Update Store and Remove Completed. These are the required steps for complete processing, and you'll find these buttons within the top right of the shipping run.

You can also print invoices and pick lists for your fulfillment needs.

Creating a MyPost Label

First select an order, using the small squares to the left of each order to select and highlight them. Then click the Create Label button. This will do exactly as described, creating the consignment for this order within ReadyToShip and MyPost, but it will not print nor pay for it yet.

Pay/Print Labels

Click the Print/Pay Labels button, with your orders still selected from the previous step. This will create a PDF of those labels and present them to you for printing. Payment will also be made for those orders using your selected method: Manually to your entered Credit Card, Automatically to your entered Credit Card, or charged to your MyPost Charge account, which is covered here.

Our guide for adjusting your printer settings can be found here.

Update Store and Remove Completed.

Once the order has been fulfilled and sent out with the label you have printed you can now "Update Store". This will tell your store the order has been sent, providing order information such as tracking back to the store which will then typically be presented to the customer.

Then you can Remove Completed, this will archive the orders in ReadyToShip. You can view these archived orders at any time using the Search function.

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