How to Print Normal Sell Priced Tickets

Modified on Fri, 26 May 2023 at 02:39 PM

The Last Yard software is a promotional ticketing platform whereby the dashboard is populated with promotional tickets and price updates. 

Normal sell priced tickets don't get generated on the dashboard but they still can be accessed and printed.

 

There are two ways to printing regular sell priced tickets which will be outlined in this article. These methods can be used individually and in conjunction with one another. 


 

Method 1: Using Product Search Function

  1. To access the "Product Search" function please click on the "Product Search" tab on the left-hand-side followed by "Search".


  2. Once in "Product Search" please search for your products using the "Search Product" filter or filters under "Advanced Filters".  

     

  3. Tick the boxes to the left of the products you would like to print followed by the "Create Ticket" tab on the top right. 

     

  4. In your "Create Tickets" window you have the option of adding those products selected before to either an existing batch or to create a new batch. If you're creating a new batch please ensure that you name the batch and set a "batch due date", we recommend selecting the current date so that you can quickly find and print the batch under "Due Today". When you are satisfied with you selections please click on "Create Tickets". 


  5. Once you've created the tickets, you'll be redirected to the batch view screen whereby you can preview, edit and print the tickets you've just generated. 

     

  6. To add additional tickets from your list of products to your batch; select "New Ticket" followed by "From Product". 


  7. In the "Create a Ticket" view you can search for individual products and assign them to your current using the "product search" bar. You can search for products via their names, PLUs and order code. 

     

  8. When you're happy with the individual tickets you've selected, please click on the "Create Ticket" tab and those products will be generated within your batch.

    9. Congratulations you've now created your own batch with normal sell priced tickets! 

     


NOTE: Please double check to make sure that the tickets you've selected aren't undergoing a current promotion as Last Yard has an in-built mechanism to select the lowest price available for each product. 


Method 2: Creating New Batch on Dashboard

  1. On your Last Yard dashboard please select the "Create Ticket Batch" button.

     

  2. You'll be asked to give your new batch a name as well as given the option whether you want it to be passive or permanent under the "Batch Type" dropbox. A passive batch will be moved to the "Completed" section on your dashboard and eventually be deleted while permanent batches will remain on the dashboard under "Permanent" until it has been unassigned. We recommend not selecting anything under "Batch Type" and this will automatically make your batch passive. 

  3. Once you're satisfied with your selection, click on the "Create" button. 

     

  4. You'll then be redirected to the "Choose a Ticket Design" window whereby you have to select a 'template' and 'theme' for your blank ticket. Once completed please click on "Create Ticket".

     

  5. You can delete your blank ticket by ticking the box to the left of the "Description" column then clicking on "Delete Item(s)".

  6. To add additional tickets from your list of products to your batch; select "New Ticket" followed by "From Product". 

  7. In the "Create a Ticket" view you can search for individual products and assign them to your current using the "product search" bar. You can search for products via their names, PLUs and order code. 

     

  8. When you're happy with the individual tickets you've selected, please click on the "Create Ticket" tab and those products will be generated within your batch.

    9. Congratulations you've now created your own batch with normal sell priced tickets! 


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