How to Generate Parcelhub Labels from Within One Stop Order Processing
Posted by Beth Rose, Last modified by Beth Rose on 29 October 2018 02:37 PM
The following guide contains an overview of using ParcelHub with One Stop Order Processing, including how to generate labels and add services.
This feature is available in the
For a full video tutorial on how to generate ParcelHub labels within One Stop Order Processing click here.
When testing and experimenting with generating courier labels it may be beneficial to use Test Mode. Test Mode allows you to
You can use Test Mode by going Couriers -> Setup Couriers -> Courier Setup -> Parcelhub ->Test Mode
When setting up couriers in One Stop Order Processing, each courier has a different tab making it clear and easy to change different settings and options dependant on your courier. You can find your Parcelhub tab by following the instructions below.
Couriers-> Setup Couriers -> Courier Setup -> Select the Parcelhub tab.
Alternative you can click the link in section 1 of the One Stop Order Processing Parcelhub tab.
In section 3 of the Parcelhub
Please Note – If you choose to leave this section blank then values from each order will be used.
Step 4: Notifications-
If section 4 you can input an email address that can have
Step 5: Printing –
Section 5 allows you to select your printer, this is handy if you have a different printer per courier. For example, you could have a dedicated printer for Parcel hub labels that fit 6x4" integrated label paper.
Please Note – You can buy 6 x4" integrated label paper from One Stop Order Processing by clicking the following link.
Alternatively, you can follow the link in One Stop Order Processing by going-
Courier -> Courier Setup -> Setup Courier -> and Clicking ‘(Buy CL1 paper)’ under the Stationery to use
Step 6: Setting up Parcelhub Services-
Please Note - Through Parcelhub you can print with a variety of different couriers include Yodel, Hermes, DPD, UK Mail, DHL, Whistl, UPS, DX, Parcelforce, CollectPlus, SkyNet, ArrowXL, Interpost, Panther Logistics, Direct Link and Palletforce