Import label print list using Hike label print CSV

Import label print list using Hike label print CSV

You can import label print list in Hike. This feature is useful for you when creating labels for 100s of products in one list and/or labels for a same list of products are printed on regular basis. This feature is available on Hike Plus subscription plans.

  2. Download label print CSV template
  3. Enter SKU, print quantity and product name (optional) in CSV for each product
  4. Save the CSV file on your computer
  5. Click on the same ‘IMPORT PRINT LIST’ button and then click ‘Select file’
  6. Upload your CSV fileexport_list.pngimport_list.png

You can also use manual product selection and CSV import simultaneously. If a same product is available in both, quantity selection will get summed up. E.g.: if a product that exists in your import list with quantity 5 is also selected in manual product search with quantity 10, Hike will print 15 labels for this product.

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