How To Print Ups Shipping Label From Tracking Number

When you’re shipping with UPS, you have the option of printing a label directly from your tracking page or accessing the company’s website to print a traditional shipping label.

If you regularly ship things using UPS, it might be worth it to set up online access so that you can quickly generate a label the next time you ship something. However, if this is a one-time thing and you won’t be using UPS again soon, printing directly from your tracking page is much quicker and easier.

Print A Label From Your Tracking Page

If you want to print a shipping label from your tracking page, all you have to do is click on the “Track and print” button. This button might be in a different location depending on whether you’re tracking an inbound or outbound shipment. Once you click the button, you should see a pop-up box with a few different options. If you select “Track and print shipping labels,” you should be able to print a label for whatever shipper you’re currently using on the page you’re on. There are also a few other options that may let you print different types of labels.

How To Access The Shipping Labeling Website

If you want to access the shipping labeling website, you can find it from the top of either your tracking page or the homepage of the UPS website. There are a few different ways you can access it, but the best way is to click the “Track and Manage” button and then click “Track and manage shipments.” From there, you can choose to track a shipment by tracking number or entering the shipment’s details into a search box. Once you’ve selected a shipment, you can click the “Print shipping label” button under “Options” on the left-hand side of the screen. From there, you can choose to print either a full-sized shipping label or a small shipping label. A full-sized label is a bit easier to read and cut, but a smaller label can be used with a handheld shipper.

How to Print a Label From a Tracking Number via the UPS Website

Once you’ve selected a shipment and clicked the “Print shipping label” button, you’ll see a few different options. You can select a different shipping method, check the estimated shipping charges, choose a different address, add a message to the shipping label, and/or print a label. If you want to print a shipping label, you can click “Print shipping label” and then select the type of label you’d like to print. You can select from the following options:

  • Full-sized label
  • Small label
  • Handheld label
  • Both labels (full-sized and handheld)

If you choose to print both labels, the full-sized label will be printed on the top of the printer paper and the handheld label will be printed on the bottom.

How to Print a Label From Your Shipment’s Tracking Number

If you’re tracking a shipment using its tracking number and you want to print a shipping label, select “Track and manage shipments” on the UPS website or on your tracking page and then select your shipment. You should see the option to print a label below the details of your shipment. You can select a different shipping method, check the estimated shipping charges, choose a different address, add a message to the shipping label, and/or print a label. If you want to print a shipping label, you can click “Print shipping label” and then select the type of label you’d like to print.

Conclusion

If you regularly ship things, it might be worth setting up online access with UPS so that you can quickly generate a label whenever you need to ship something.

If this is a one-time thing and you won’t be using UPS again soon, printing directly from your tracking page is much quicker and easier. However, if you want to save your labels or keep them as a record of your shipments, it’s best to access the shipping labeling website.

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