You can automatically create shipping labels for carriers such as DHL, UPS, DPD, Royal Mail and Hermes. You can print these labels yourself with a standard printer or a label printer. A track and trace code will be automatically sent to your customers, and you can view the current status of an order yourself at any time.


This article will explain how to configure the above, as well as how to print shipping labels per shipment.


Configuration


Step 1

Go to the Webshop tab, click on Settings in the menu on the left, then click on Shipping.


Step 2

Under Print your own shipping labels, click on More information.


Step 3a

Click on the blue Connect to Sendcloud button. 



Step 3b

If you already have a Sendcloud account, click on the blue Connect button to authorize Webador.



 Note: If you don't have a Sendcloud account yet, you'll be prompted to create one. Once you've created an account, you'll be able to authorize Webador to access your Sendcloud account.


Step 4

Go back to the Shipping page in Webador and click on the Check link button to finalize the link with Sendcloud.


Printing shipping labels


You can print shipping labels via Webador, but you can also print new orders directly in Sendcloud. When you print a shipping label, the order status will automatically change to 'Shipped' and a shipping confirmation will be sent to the customer. Here's how to print a shipping label via Webador:


Step 1

Go to the Webshop tab and click on Orders in the menu on the left.


Step 2

Once you've selected an order, go to the bottom of the page, click on Print, and select Shipping label.



Step 3

In the Print shipping label dialog, select a Print option and Shipping method, then click on Print shipping label. The order status will automatically change to Sent, and a shipping confirmation email with a track & trace link will be sent to the customer.



 Note: When you click on Print shipping label, the shipping label will be created in Sendcloud, which may incur costs.