On Pirate Ship you can download your label as a PDF or create a share link that you can use to send the label to somebody else. This is great if you're sending a return label to your customers or if you're shipping from another location 👍

Option 1: Download your label as a PDF

First, head over to your Ship Page on Pirate Ship, find the label you'd like to download, and click Print Label:

Screenshot of the Ship Dashboard on Pirate Ship. 'Ship' on the lefthand menu is highlighted to indicate that you'll click on this to go to the Ship Dashboard, and there's a red arrow pointing at a green 'Print Label' button on the right side.

Next, you'll want to click the Download Label button. This will download the label to your computer as a PDF:

Screenshot of the 'Print Label' dialogue window, with a red arrow pointing at the green 'Download Label' button.

You can attach the PDF to an email or send it to your recipient however you'd like 🎉

Pro Tip: If you're downloading a lot of labels, make sure you print the correct one! Sometimes they'll end up with a similar file name 😉

Option 2: Create a label Share Link

This will create a link that goes directly to a label. The person you send it to doesn't need to have a Pirate Ship account to view it, it will just be ready to print 😃

For this, you'll want to head over to your Ship Page and click the Print Label button for the label you'd like a link to, just like downloading a label, but click the Create Share Link button:

Screenshot of the 'Print Label' dialogue window, with a red arrow pointing at a blue 'Create Share Link' button.

This will create a link that goes directly to the label, so you don't have to download anything! Just copy the link and send it to whoever you need 🙌

Pro Tip: Some ecommerce marketplaces like eBay don't allow you to include PDF attachments in their messages. Using a Share Link is a great way to bypass that if you need to send a label or return label to your customer.

Any questions? Just reach out to our support crew, we're here to help 😃

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