By default, sounds for scanning will be turned On. To turn it Off or back On, click the sound button at the top of the screen near your name.
Beep = Successful scan
Bonk = Unsuccessful scan. Try again or add manually
Bling = All quantities have been successfully been assigned
To allow you to be more efficient when sorting your items into boxes and providing box-level content to Amazon, we also include the option to scan the FNSKU on each item or the manufacture barcode to assign it to a box.
You can also have your FNSKU labels automatically print as you scan by having the option to print "During Scan to Pack" enabled within your Print Settings.
To begin, click the Scan to Pack button in the lower right of the List & Prep screen after you have added the items you want to ship to the batch.
A modal will pop up where you can select the shipment you would like to pack in the dropdown box.
Click the + New button to create your first box.
You will also see the Available items that should all be included within the selected shipment.
If the items added to the batch were split into multiple shipments, you click the dropdown box to choose the shipment you're ready to pack.
Once you've selected the desired shipment, click the i icon and the Barcode Start button on the box you are packing to start scanning for that box.
You will notice that the Start button has now become a Finish button and the system is currently Listening and waiting for you to scan.
Once you scan your item, you will see that a quantity of 1 has been added to your box. As you scan more of the same item, the quantity will increase.
Alternately, you can manually increase the amount by clicking the pencil icon next to the item in the box.
The number field will become editable. Change the quantity and click the check box.
Once you are finished scanning, click the Finish button.
If you need a new box, click the + New Box button and repeat the previous steps until all the items have been assigned to boxes.
For the remaining steps to complete the batch, please see Completing a batch with Box Content On