Printing a pick list
To print a pick list:
Configuring and customizing pick lists
Pick lists is based on a template. Therefore to change the layout and to specify what type of information you want to see on the pick list, you need to modify the pick list template.
Adding and removing columns from the pick list
When the pick list is generated the quantity you need to pick is an aggregate of all selected fields. This means that the Quantity displayed on the pick list is broken down according what fields you have included on the pick list template. For example if you just include SKU and Quantity, Linnworks will simply count how many unique SKUs are in the selected orders (taking ordered quantity into account as well of course). Whereas if you include SKU, Source and Quantity. Linnworks will count how many unique SKUs for each Source you have selected and display that information only.
To add or remove new column to the pick list
Include Order Information for each item on the list
You can configure the pick list to display each order for the item in the pick list underneath the item row. This is sometimes helpful if you want to use Pick list as a sole despatching reference and simply scan order ids directly from the Pick List to mark them off on the system as Despatched.
Sorting the pick list by a specific column
Using Pick List for Processing orders
Since the pick list is designed to give you a summary of what needs to be shipped for the selected orders, it is counter intuitive to think of a pick list something you can use to process orders. However, it is very efficient way of processing orders. Consider the following
So think of it as backwards order processing. Instead picking for every order individually you can pick all the items and then fit the orders to what you have picked.