Yes, I agree, should be implemented asap.
Our plan with this is to build a few options to choose from, with minor things able to be enabled/disabled. These aren’t built in a technology that allows us to make an editor though.
It’s planned, but no estimated time we’ll actually work on it.
Please reconsider the implementing this request as matter of urgency. We have been using branded ticket labels as part of our brand building, and customer retention, with great results over the last 19 years and therefor do not consider this feature as “an optional extra”.
Typical feedback from new and/or returning customers, as a result of this - "I saw your contact details on my friends "xx component" or I lost your contact details but then remembered your label on "xx component".
We currently reduce the size of the ticket label to 25 x 54mm in order to have compromise between workability and legibility resulting in poor print quality and illegible text = a shoddy unprofessional looking ticket label.
We overcome this by printing a second branded label, using another application, adding to extra work (duplication) and clutter.
The primary issues with the current label is (1) size and (2) the information included. Starting with the option to remove some of the info e.g. the logo, contact details and description will already make a difference.
I agree that this feature should be implemented.
I agree, excellent request
Repairshopr also discards any hyphens when used in capturing a contact number.
This affects exporting the customer list to CSV for use in other CRM and email programs.
When a CSV file is imported, all leading zeros are discarded e.g. 821234567 unless the numbers are separated by a hyphen.
The contact numbers without the leading zeros cannot be used with dialing apps as the number should be 082-123-456 in order for it to be valid.
Great feature request Jacob, I also use fullscreen 99% of the time. Not having to manually select would be brilliant.
I concur the print quality is unacceptable - please improve the logo print quality.
(As reference see the print quality for the same logo image used in for instance Xero Accounting)