Reprinting Existing QR Codes or Barcodes

Sortly offers you the ability to create labels for inventory items both in the form of a QR code and a Barcode. Once you make a label in Sortly, you are given a PDF download which you can then use to print the label on a standard printer, single label printer, or inkjet printer.

This article outlines how to print an existing QR code or Barcode should you need another copy of the label at a later time. You can do this both through the mobile and the web versions of Sortly.

When reprinting existing QR codes or Barcodes, the label itself will not change (meaning the QR code or Barcode) but you can adjust the size, the information on the label, and even add custom notes to the label.

  1. Find the item or folder for the item that you would like the reprint 
  2. Once you have found the item or folder, click on the 3 dots for the selected entry and click on the create label button. You can see an example of this here: Screenshot_at_Mar_07_14-17-55.png
  3. After clicking the 'create label' button, you will go through the same process of creating a label as you have in the past. 
  4. Once you have finished creating the label, Sortly will generate a PDF which you can then use to print out a new label and adhere it to the specific item. 

If you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us at support@sortly.com

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