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  1. […] If only I was the one who came up with the FBALabels.com add-on. This has made our life 100% easier when it comes to packaging to ship out to Amazon’s warehouse. The price on the service is $4 a month, and its the best $4 I’ve spent in a long time. But, you can read my post on that here. […]

    June 4, 2013
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  2. Christopher said:

    Hey Valerie, did you ever find a better/faster way to get through the FBA flow? I’ve been trying it for the past few months, trying to stick to their standard site tools, but it’s slow (everything’s scanned 3 times – list, lable, ship -which introduces numerous issues like keeping track of skus etc).

    Just looked at FBA lables (now http://www.listlabelship.com ) and looks promising, but I think it means I still gotta wait for the shipment page to load, select the right shipment, enter quantity, and print – for each of hundreds of items per week. I’d prefer a “print lable / quantity / add this quantity to the current default shipment” button on the normal listing page, so I scan, enter the listing page, submit – done. But that’s wishful thinking I guess :)

    May 16, 2015
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    • Valerie said:

      Hey Christopher, So, for the FBA flow, what I do now is a little faster. Every time I add an item to the inventory, I enter quantity, and then repeat the process. Over and over. Make sure it saves that step of course, and then repeat. I don’t go through each and every page until it tells me the warehouse etc. This has saved me some time but its still tedious. I then print labels at the end of the shipment before accepting. ALWAYS. Do not accept and then try to print. Like I said, saves some time but not much. Listlabelship.com is still my software of choice years later. I’ve never looked for another, if it’s not broken… :)

      May 16, 2015
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