This section allows you to create and configure your printers. In the context of PrintOS and Site Flow, printers are typically used for infotechs, green sheets, labels, and shipping invoices. Large-scale production is done using devices and presses.


Printer list

Click the SETUP tab (see #1) and open SYSTEM > Printers (see #2).

A full list of your printers appears, listed in alphabetical order.

Printer options

The Printers view options are available in the top-right portion of the screen. Here you can filter through your printer list, as well as add a new printer.

Click on the dropdown to show view options. Select Active or Inactive to filter through the available printers.

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Add printer

Click the SETUP tab and open SYSTEM > Printers. Click Add New to add a new printer to your account.

The Add Printer page is displayed.

Turn on the Active switch to activate your printer.

Enter the Name of the printer.

Printer Share Name is the name associated with the printer driver when it is installed on the customer's network. The name in the field has to match the Share name on the customer's network side.

Consider the following example of a driver installed on a Windows machine:

If the user selects Share this printer and gives it the share name of "HP OfficeJet Pro", the user must then write that exact name in Site Flow:

A ZPL Printer utilizes Zebra Programming Language. If you toggle this switch, two new required fields appear below: IP Address, and Port.

ZPL printer options

Add the IP Address and Port of the ZPL printer you are creating.


Select your Printer Type from the drop-down menu.

Choose the Orientation of your printer: Portrait or Landscape.

Choose the Agent that you wish to connect your new printer to from the drop-down list.


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Edit printer

Open System > Printers and select the trigger you wish to edit from your list. The Edit Printer menu appears.

Follow the same process as outlined above. The fields Edit Printer and Add New pages are identical. Click Save when you finish editing your printer.

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