* FREE = Users can not be added, STARTER = Max 9 users, OTHER = Add as many users you need by purchasing addons.
** When we talk about a Label template we mean how many label templates you need. Please see the section for label templates Read more – click here
*** Print path is how the user(s) will access the label and create their printjob. Please see the section for printjob Read more – click here
**** Printer model is a combination of maker and model, Zebra ZD420 is one model and Zebra ZD610 is one. Please see the section for printer model Read more – click here
***** Easy print is a practical way of getting users to get the correct label and print with data from your own system.
Create a URL and append label variable data and add it as a hyper link for the user to easy access your labels. Read more – click here
A label template is a file designed in NiceLabel Designer application and uploaded in your Grafokett online account. If the label template is stored, it is considered as a label template in your subscription, regardless of whether it is active and used or if it is inactive and therefor not used.
A printer model is a printer that is registered in your Grafokett Online account and is available for users to print with. Example: Zebra ZD420 is one printer model, Zebra ZD620 is another. So you can use multiple physical printers of the model ZD420 and only use one slot of printer model in your account, if you then have 20 printers assigned to different IP addresses it uses only one slot.
We define a print path by the way users can create their print jobs from the labels you make available to them.
MyArticles - The user starts with one or more articles stored in Grafokett Online, search for article names and print all labels associated with the article.
MyOrders - The user starts with one or more orders stored in Grafokett Online, search for order names and print all articles connected to the order with all labels connected to the order.
MyLabels - The user starts by selecting one of the labels stored in Grafokett Online and assigned to the user's group, select the label and then search for article name or order name and then print the label based on the selection.
The example would print a label with the id of "32" the article with the name of "Product available for testing". The label data would be:
Article number with the value "123333" and
Article name with the value "Article to print"
Batch number with the value "FF3433"
The print quantity is set to 2 and the label will print automatically.
NOTE! If you try to use the example link you probably will end up at the login page for Grafokett Online - Great news! that means that everything works as intended. You need to have a user account setup since you need to select default printer and so on.