Ability to customize Ticket Label layout
We use Ticket Labels to identify devices that are brought in. In our old system we had a lot more info on the Ticket Label such as device password and model number. I would like to have the ability to customize the Ticket Label for our needs. I looked at the Asset label, but it does not show the password or Ticket Number.
I agree with all of the above: would like to have our logo bigger, the ticket number bigger and all the other stuff can go off the label. It would be nice to be able to edit the label myself, it should be a required basic functionality really.
Patrick Heraghty commented
If you don't want to let us customize the system-defined labels then let us create user-defined labels. The fact that we cannot adapt the labels to meet the needs of our individual businesses is very frustrating.
Adding to the list of disappointed and frustrated users needing the ability to customize labels. Seems like a simple pdf template customization option????
Astounded that ticket label format editing hasn't been implemented.
Only adding this comment to hopefully further drive attention to the issue so it is addressed.
Is this still not possible? It doesn't print centrally for me so would be great to adjust and add more relevant information.
Brendon Nilsen commented
This could/should apply to all labels, for me the ability to have the ordered or received date on Inventory labels would be great.
Definitely agree - currently it tends to cut off the email address of the customer, and would like to be able to add custom fields to it.
Donna Gill commented
Being able to customize labels would be extremely helpful.
The ability to add the date to our labels would be very helpful. In one glance I know that that system was in 6 months ago.
I agree that this feature should be implemented.
We just like to make our logo a bit bigger on it but being able to alter the layout of the ticket label would be a big help too. Some irrelevant information on them at current and possibly adding the date to it would help us quickly assess how long the product has been in or when it was last in for service.