NiceLabel Cloud offers two primary methods for printing labels to PDF: NiceLabel Cloud Trigger and the NiceLabel Web Client. Each approach has distinct features and requirements.

In this guide, we will explore both options and help you choose the right one for your needs and aligns with your organisation’s technical expertise and printing requirements

This is our recommended method. NiceLabel Web Client is user-friendly and intuitive. Recommended for users who prefer a hassle-free experience without technical complexities.

  • Purpose: NiceLabel Web Printing provides a straightforward way to print labels to PDF directly from your web browser.
  • Functionality: Users can access label printing functionalities via a web browser.
  • Ease of Use: Minimal technical knowledge required. Suitable for non-technical users.
  • Deployment: Users only need to install the software for the first time.

To get started with this method see Setting up printer integration for Web Printing.

NiceLabel Cloud Trigger

Cloud Trigger involves technical setup and configuration. Users must have a good understanding of system integration. Ideal for scenarios with complex labelling requirements or printing to multiple printers.

  • Purpose: Cloud Trigger enables secure and transparent integration of local label printing using applications that communicate over the open Internet.
  • Functionality: It allows you to locally print labels whose content originates from cloud-based information systems.
  • Deployment: Requires an on-premises integration system. The on-premises integration system merges label templates with data from cloud business systems.

To get started with this method see Setting up printer integration for Cloud Trigger.