Printing address labels


#1

I run a small non-profit and we use Airtable to track all of our donors/volunteers/etc. I want to do address labels for a mailing. We currently have the columns set up as First Name, Spouse Name, Last Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip.

  1. Is there an easy way to print labels from Airtable?
  2. If the best way is to export, then how do I get around that my columns are too specific (ie I need First, Spouse, Last name to be one line, and City, State, Zip to be one line).

Thanks!


#2

I think the best way is the Page Designer block, but you need a Pro account to use the blocks. You have discounts for nonprofits: https://airtable.com/shr9DxhP6lU9slZE6


#3

I have the same question.


#4

So you have the same answer.


#5

Wow. What a rude response.

Your line was, “Were you able to solve the problem?”


#6

We’re you able to solve the problem?

@Elias_Gomez_Sainz didn’t link to the info on the Page Designer Block, which is here:
https://support.airtable.com/hc/en-us/articles/115013405168-Page-designer-block

I’d say using the “business card” page size is your best bet, and as long as each record (row) has each piece of info that you need to be on the label, you can design the label once and then apply it to all records. And I’m pretty sure they have a “print all records” option too.

So the Page Designer Block really is the best tool for this in Airtable.


#7

I don’t like to overwhelm the user with too many information, I prefer to point the user in the right track. If s/he likes the clue I left, it’s pretty easy to find the link or the information needed, even asking again :wink: I don’t like neither to give “all done” to the user, they have to understand and work their part.

All dependes on the eye of the reader, anyway your message adds nothing but noise. I reentered the forum after days being sick, and a lot of threads were updated with useless messages.

I don’t understand, the line of who?


#8

I would like to communicate with Elias’ & Jeremy’s supervisor’s.

Amy L Martz, JD, MPA, MEd
801.231.0286


#9

I’m risking wrath here but I am also trying to print labels and did install the block to try and do it.

Unfortunately the custom size option only allows you to create a size in pixels, not mm which I would need for my labels sheet (Avery standard type). Am I missing something?

Thanks,
Hannah