How to Print Item Labels
Printing sticky labels helps businesses like coffee shops and quick service restaurants complete orders more efficiently by automating the process of writing down each drink and food order and their modifiers. Printing labels also results in fewer human errors and produces professional tickets for your in-person, takeaway and delivery orders. Sticky label printing also helps with printing individual labels per item in an order (e.g., individual boba tea orders, including modifiers with the level of sweetness, ice, etc.).
To set up sticky label printing, you will need:
Star Micronics TSP654SK. This USB or ethernet liner-free thermal label printer is compatible with 40mm, 58mm, or 80mm (default) paper.
A compatible iOS or Android device, including Square Stand, Square Register or a compatible iOS or Android device with Square Reader. Note: Check your device compatibility before purchasing the label printer.
Print Sticky Labels
To create your own professional sticky labels directly on the Square Point of Sale app:
Tap the three horizontal lines.
Tap Settings > Hardware > Printers > Create Printer Station.
Tap Printer and select your Star TSP654IISK or TSP654SK label printer.
Under the section "Use this printer for", toggle on in-person order tickets.
Turn on Single item per ticket. Note: You can select Compact Ticket to save paper.
For more help getting started, check out troubleshooting for supported receipt printers.
Compatibility Paper Width
On iOS devices, you have the ability to change paper roll size.
You can select the printer width through the Square Point of Sale app:
Tap More > Settings.
Tap Hardware and select the printer.
Under Printer settings > Paper size, tap Change.
Note: Changing paper widths from the 80mm width default may cause damage to your printer.