How to Print Labels with NiceLabel
NiceLabel is a hybrid labelling system with cloud storage for label designs and a PC-based design and test print element. NiceLabel is one of the leading labelling systems alongside Seagull Scientific’s BarTender. Established in 1993, the company has been around for more than 25 years, has more than 100 employees and was recently bought by the global software company Loftware. This article will show you how to print labels with NiceLabel.
We’re going to cover:
- Getting NiceLabel
- What you get when you download it
Let’s look at how you can get started printing labels with NiceLabel.
Starting with NiceLabel
First – visit the NiceLabel downloads page here and download Designer and Desktop Solutions
Loftware, NiceLabel’s publishers, requires you to talk to us before you gain access to the NiceLabel Cloud. You’ll receive a demo to understand how to use it before getting a demo account to trial it. Call us on 01359 271 111 or email email@example.com to get started with NiceLabel Cloud.
Once you have your NiceLabel login, this is what happens.
Log in to NiceLabel control centre.
Use the web-based Nicelabel control centre to manage, print, analyse and store your labels. You can also approve label designs for printing in the control centre.
From the NiceLabel control centre, you’re able to download the web printing client and label designer software. Download the Web printing client – the software that enables you to print directly from the cloud.
Use NiceLabel Designer to design and print labels.
The designer is PC based. Please note, NiceLabel is not available for Apple Macs at the moment.
On your browser visit the NiceLabel downloads page here and install the local elements of NiceLabel. You can also find these apps in the NiceLabel control centre.
Download the label design component of NiceLabel.
Once it’s downloaded, open NiceLabel Designer and activate your licence.
Use Designer to design and test print your labels. Once you’re happy, save the labels. You have a choice where to save them – locally or in a cloud folder.
I designed a label using the Nicelabel Designer app, test printed it and saved it to the cloud.
Printing Labels from NiceLabel
From cloud printing, you can see all the labels you have available to you in your cloud folders. Choose what you want to print from the thumbnail images provided, select how many labels you want to print and choose the printer you want to print to.
Click the print button and watch the labels print.